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Hailed as one of the hottest restaurants in Seoul, after making waves in the Korean capital’s dining scene Vatos Urban Tacos is now bringing their Mexican and Korean fusion cuisine to Singapore foodies. The new restaurant at the South Beach Quarter on Beach Road, nestled in the Nicoll Highway area, is a short walk from Esplanade station. From kimchi carnitas fries to tacos loaded with galbi short and plenty of cocktails to wash it all down with, Vatos Urban Tacos brings together the best dishes from Korea and Mexico, creating a Ko-Mex food revolution. Find out what the fuss is all about and book a table now!
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Good mexican fusion food, highly recommended if u want a twist to your taco
Food was not very nice but portions were big haha
Love the food, very nice ambiance, only wish the chairs were more comfortable. The chairs make you want to finish dinner fast.
Vatos Urban Tacos is the brainchild of three Korean-American friends who grew up in Texas and South Carolina and lived on a diet of authentic Mexican cuisine, as well as the homely Korean dishes that their mothers would cook up. Naturally, this lead to the boys creating their own Korean-Mexican fusion cuisine, taking leftovers from the meal their mothers had cooked the night before – like bulgogi or spicy pork belly – and throwing them into a taco or tortilla. After feeling homesick for the taste of their childhood, Vatos Urban Tacos was born. Starting off as a single restaurant in Seoul and quickly blossoming into a chain, it’s now shaking up Singapore’s foodie scene, serving up Ko-Mex creations at Nicoll Highway.
Head on over to Vatos Urban Tacos stylish location on Beach Road and tuck into tacos filled with spicy chicken, Korean pork belly or chilli lime prawn, a quesadilla, burger or burrito bowl, or a special like the honey tequila chicken wings. The famous kimchi carnitas fries – seasoned french fries covered with braised pork carnitas, sauteed kimchi, melted cheese, sour cream, hot sauce and cilantro – are also a winner. Just remember to book a table at Singapore’s Vatos Urban Tacos in advance as spaces are know to fill up fast!