As I said in the first Seoul post, Vatos Tacos needs its own post. This will be short and sweet so that we can focus on the food.
1. Its easy to find. Just go to their website. I used the directions from there and had no problems finding it.
2. The service is not that great. I walked in and there was no greeting. The place is crazy small and it was crowded…because its so small. I wasn’t sure if I should find a seat or order first. So I went to look at the menu. Finally a waitress came up and asked “Can I help you?”. Isn’t it “May I help you?”…English teachers 🙂
Well clearly I came to eat so I think so. Insert confused face. She fumbled around and then looked at a guy who I assumed is the manager. He had a American accent so I am guessing he is Korean American. I heard him say, ” Is she alone” and then they tried to figure out when to put me. Eating alone is not really big in Korea…*shrugs.
|Hours of operation if you want to check them out.|
As you can see its very tiny in there. You can see the manager guy in the background.
The Menu 🙂
Water while you wait and…
|Home made nachos and salsa. It was very good. And not spicy ( in case you don’t like spicy food)|
The menu is veggie head friendly if you do some nip-tucking with the waitress. I ordered the Kimchi Quesadilla. It was really good and filled with pinto beans and sauteed veggies. I forgot to ask if the pinto beans were cooked with bacon fat. But I didn’t taste any remnants of pig, but you should ask!
I know a few years ago I was caught of guard when I learned Chipotle uses pork fat for their pinto beans.
Yes. I cleaned my plate! After almost 5 hours of traveling I was starving 🙂
If you check out Vatos Tacos in Seoul, let me know how you like!