Nica Tacos can cater for groups up to 500 people, adding a Nicaraguan flavour and creativity to wedding catering.
Nica Tacos was created after we spent six idyllic months in a small seaside Nicaraguan town just near the border of Costa Rica chasing the perfect wave.
As the Spanish language became part of our everyday lives it opened up plenty of opportunities to mingle and make friends with locals, in particular a loveable character known as "Sargento," an old Nicaraguan army general (complete with missing fingers from his battles)!
As we spent more and more time with our new buddy he knew of our own personal passion for cooking and introduced us to a unique rotating Nicaraguan army stove, traditionally used to cook for the masses.
Our time in Central America was sadly coming to an end (back to reality!) after possibly the most tacos consumed by 2 people in a short space of time. Nica Tacos was born and we began our trek home with our own stove design and mouth-watering recipes inspired by all the amazing characters we met along our journey.
Since launching in October, 2012 Nica Tacos has grown at a phenomenal speed, making a name for itself in both local and state wide festivals and markets.
We’re not just any caterers.
We're passionate about tacos & Latin American food, making your event the best one ever. Nica Tacos can cater for groups up to 500 people, adding a Nicaraguan flavour and creativity to wedding catering, corporate catering, engagement celebrations and Christmas parties in and around the city of Melbourne.
Who doesn't love tacos? These guys were amazing in the lead up and on the day itself so dinner was a massive success. The food was fantastic and quickly prepared for the guests. I can't thank you enough. :)
These guys are incredibly professional and not to mention the most tasty and beautifully presented food!!! I could not Fault Nica Tacos. They were punctual, accommodating to our needs, affordable and most importantly super friendly which didn't go unnoticed by our guests. I couldn't recommend them higher and will find it hard not to get them back for all of our future functions.