Fusion cuisine is such a trend in the culinary scene and Seoul Taco‘s Korean/Mexican restaurant is a newer addition starting as a food truck in St. Louis and now has locations in Chicago, St. Louis, Columbia, Mo. and Champaign, Ill.
The fast-casual restaurant reaches urban Millennials with its fast, affordable and fun environment without compromising taste and quality. Each location pays tribute to local artists to remain true to its community.
The restaurant recently celebrated the opening of its Chicago location in the popular foodie River North community. Foodies that are looking for something unique need to try the best taco in Chicago made with steak, chicken, pork or tofu.
“Our menu is simple by design; we don’t overcomplicate things. We focus on super addicting flavors for our dishes, served in a way that allows you to swing by on your lunch break, but also invites you to sit down and stay a while with friends,” says owner, David Choi. “We’ve already heard such a great response from Chicago and our River North neighbors.”
Restauranteur and owner, David Choi, crafted the menu that combines Choi’s mastery of classic Korean BBQ with a nod to Mexican street fare in the dishes’ delivery, featuring Korean-influenced tacos, quesadillas, burritos and nachos.
The menu showcases recipes from Choi’s childhood with a focus on fresh ingredients and bold flavors. Guests pick their protein from bulgogi beef; a soy-based marinated chicken; spicy pork with a Gochugaru (Korean red chile flake) dry rub and Gochujang marinade; or tofu with a gluten-free, tamari and dry spices marinade.
The tacos, a must-try, feature Korean salad mix, green onion, secret “Seoul Sauce,” crushed sesame seeds and a wedge of lime.
He also offers a take on bibimbap with the Gogi Bowl of rice, fresh veggies, fried egg, carrots, green onion, sesame oil and spicy Gochujang pepper sauce.
The Burrito features kimchi fried rice, lettuce, cheese, carrots, green onion, sour cream and Seoul sauces. Other items include quesadillas, nachos and kimchi slaw.