Mexican Food Restaurant in Bangkok
Mexican Food is favored by many nationalities around the world. The basic principles of Mexican food are corn, bean, pepper chili and spice. Mexican food is known to be originated from Spanish but later came to be mixed with other ingredients, which differentiate this cuisine from other European cuisines.
Mexican food is one of the most popular food, other than Chinese, Indian and Japanese food. However, Mexican restaurants are less dense and it is difficult to find the best quality one. In Bangkok, there are only a few countable restaurants that only serve Mexican food.
One of the restaurants I would like to suggest is Sunrise Taco. Sunrise Taco can be found in many prominent locations in Bangkok such as Siam Paragon, Emporium, Terminal 21 and between Sukhumvit Soi 12 and 14. If you would like to have a regular meal after a long day of shopping, you can have your Mexican dish served at these departmental stores. Or, if you would like to have a special meal with your friends or partner on a dinner date, you would prefer to go to Sukhumvit soi 12 and 14. Sunrise Taco in Sukhumvit is a hangout place for many Westerners and Asians, especially Indians. There is an outdoor dining area just outside Sunrise Taco restaurant and, for people who love music; it’s just a perfect night-out place.
Sunrise Taco offers a wide variety of Mexican food. My favorite dish there is USA Cowboy Tacos, which is mixed with grounded beef, special dipping, cheese and onion. For a price of 285 B, you can enjoy three medium-sized tacos that is just enough to fill your empty stomach. You can order your own choice of Taco – whether you want it crispy or soft dough with corn or plain. For an addition of Taco, you can just pay an extra 90 B. Another recommended dish is the fresco burritos made in a San Francisco style. Sunrise Taco restaurant will serve you with a big roll wrapped around in aluminums foil and you can have your own choice of side dish such as salad, rice, etc. If you’re a big eater, this Mexican dish will complete your appetite. But if you’re not, you can take for another fresco burritos meal at home.
For a light Mexican snack, you can try the “Chip Me Up” menu with a huge bowl full of crispy tacos together with big cup of salsa. This menu will make a good match with a glass of beer. Sunrise Taco also offers a bar of different dippings which you can get for free. So for this “Chip Me Up” menu, pricing only 59B, you can eat a stomach-full taco with many different salsa of your own taste.
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