On any given Friday evening, if you are seeking to recharge yourself from work in a decent restaurant featuring a unique selection of dishes in a modern atmosphere, you can do no better than by giving the Mexican cuisine of Daegu’s “Vasco” a try. Even though Daegu has a relatively smaller concentration of exotic food […]
Leo Chow is a Mexican restaurant in Daegu, which has locations on downtown’s Rodeo Street, as well as near Apsan in Daemyeong-dong. Not a full Korean menu, as there is some Chinese fare. But they have burritos, quesadillas, and nachos.
Dos Tacos is a Mexican restaurant chain in Korea that has been around for awhile and has grown to include 16 locations throughout Seoul, Bundang, and Daegu. Website is in Korean, but gives you the jist of the menu. Some decent pics at Rainy’s blog. Too many maps to list, however, if anyone is seeking […]
After spending the past month profiling the best Mexican food in Korea, it’s time to make some distinctions. It’s too hard to come out and say ‘XYZ’ is best, simply because there are so many things to consider, of which importance varies depending on the patron. So it’s easier to break into some subgroups. We […]
And one cannot finish off a series about the Best Mexican Food in Korea, without the mention of The Holy Grill in Daegu. Home of the best margaritas and stacked nachos in Korea. A ‘must visit’ to anyone passing through. (From Naver (an EnjoyJapan page?)