Long-time favorite in Seoul, Choi’s Tacos is a Mexican restaurant with locations in Sinchon and a newer one in Paragon Mall in Mokdong. ?The Mokdong location has broadened their menu and is actually named ‘Choi’s Tacos and Burgers‘.
Taco Bet is a Mexican restaurant located in Seoul’s Mokdong area. Taco Bet serves tacos, fajitas, quesadillas, burritos, and nachos. More images and menu items can be found on their site.
Taco Senora is a small Mexican restaurant tucked away in Haeundae. Despite having no web presence or Facebook presence, this little eatery cranks out burritos, tacos, quesadillas, and fajitas at decent prices. A decent Korean blog here does the place some photo justice.
Judging from their twitter feed where they like to post pics of the hordes of customers lining up for their Mexican food, Grill5Taco is booming at their Garosu-gil and Hongdae locations. So much that they are developing an Apgujeong location, scheduled to open in July 2013. Benchmarking the popular Kogi BBQ craze in LA, Grill5Taco […]
Streetaco is a taco truck operating out of the Ulsan area, with a flair for the LA Taco Truck craze that started it all. They have a Twitter feed for Ulsan peeps who are hungry for Mexican food in Korea and info about the truck’s upcoming locations. Check out more pics on Hanbada’s blog.
Taco Chili Chili has been around for years and must be doing something right with its Mexican fare, at its locations in Itaewon and Garosu-gil. Serves a variety, such as enchiladas, tacos, taco al pastor, quesadillas, fajitas, and burritos. Below maps are for their Itaewon and Garosu-gil locations, respectively.
Taco Pop in Hongdae is lighting up Korean food bloggers who have hankerings for tacos, these days. Or quesadillas. Or burritos. A nice little place tucked in the backstreets near Hongdae's main gate and the park. Great photo coverage from Misangu here.
Taco Chilii Chili has been around for a long time and seems to have found the right recipe for serving delicious Mexican food, but also remaining financially viable in a country that hasn’t had a good track record for prospering Mexican fare, at least not until recently. (From Misangu’s blog)
I don’t have interior shots as of yet, but last month, when walking through Itaewon, I saw the development of Los Amigos. A Mexican franchise based out of Indonesia with live music, margaritas, and Mexican. They’re open now, but will be doing a grand opening party on May 30. This could eventually be the death […]