This week on our eat-out adventures, we visited three Mexican cantinas serving up delicious and filling quesadillas, tacos and corn!
Because it was 11am, we decided to have brunch. We visited Super Loco on Robertson Quay as the first stop of this Mexican food adventure. Like most of the restaurants on Robertson Quay, Super Loco is laid back and the best part is that it has menus for brunch, dinner and even groups — making it a great place for catch ups with friends or family.
They’ve also recently started a Food-To-Go menu comprising of quick meals like burritos, healthy salads and tacos for takeaways or quick office lunches.
We shared Esquites ($8), an appetiser of grilled corn kernels, cotija cheese (heavenly!), tomato salsa and queso. Although served in a small ramekin, the Esquites were enough for two to share because of how filling and creamy it was.
We moved on to having the Avocado Toast ($12) and was surprised to see how well-seasoned and generous they were with their avocados.
Super Loco, 60 Robertson Quay, #01-13, The Quayside, Singapore 238252
Feeling slightly peckish at 2.30pm, we headed to Muchachos on Keong Saik Road for a spot of their burrito bowls ($12-$16) Filled with seasoned rice, meat of your choice, cheese, black beans and cilantros, these burrito bowls are essentially the fillings of a burrito, sans the tortilla wrap.
We left feeling full and on the verge of a food coma but supremely satisfied!
Muchachos, 22 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089129
Our last stop on this trail was at the newly opened Vatos Tacos on Beach Road.
Originally from Korea, Vatos serves up a fusion of Korean-Mexican food and it’s delicious. From Kimchi Carnita Fries ($16) to beef steak quesadillas ($18) and addictive Honey Tequila Chicken Wings ($12).
We heard that Vatos can get crowded on Fridays and weekends so be sure to head on down early if you want in on their superb food.
Vatos Urban Tacos, 36 Beach Road, South Beach, Singapore 189677