7 Responses to “Taco Chili Chili in Itaewon and Gangnam (Best Mexican in Korea-series)”

  1. Whitey / 28 May 2008 2:46pm #

    I’ve been to the Itaewon branch a few times. As much as I like the food, I don’t think I’ve ever had anyone working there either greet me or ask if they could take my order. A pet peeve of mine.

    I didn’t know there was one in 강남. Where is it?

  2. Galbijim / 28 May 2008 3:32pm #

    The directions will always be in the linked profile at the beginning of restaurant articles.

    PS., I, too, vaguely recall not getting much out of them, speaking-wise. But that could just be that they’re seasoned from living in the West where we’re accustomed to non-greetings at diners or takeout joints, no?

    • Jeff / 8 Mar 2014 1:19pm #

      No. Greetings are common. Maybe it’s an ajumma thing?

  3. asiapundits / 4 Jun 2013 11:49pm #

    This place isn’t anywhere near the best place to get good Mexican in Korea, or even in the Itaewon area for that matter. Maybe 2-3 years ago it was, but not today, and not by any stretch of the imagination. For that you would need to venture up the hill in Kyungnidan to a hole in the wall called “Don Charleys”. Imitators beware – This place serves up real Mexican and takes no prisoners in the process. If you want real Mexican in Seoul, skip Taco Chili Chili,and the inevitable diarrhea you’ll get from eating at this establishment and head on up to Don Charleys.

  4. Jeff / 8 Mar 2014 1:20pm #

    Those prices are high, considering the quality there.

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