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Bangkok restaurant REVIEW:
Slanted Taco

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Tucked right beside Craft beer bar on Sukhumvit Soi 23, colorful new Mexican restaurant Slanted Taco sees a familiar face helm the kitchen. 

Mexican native Jorge Bernal (previously of Sabroso and the former incarnation of Tacos & Salsa) rolls out the full list of comforting fare: guacamole and chips (B200), tortilla soup (B180), quesadillas (from B200), burritos (from B210), fajitas (from B480) and, of course, tacos (from B70). 

Bernal's homespun flavors remain, but armed with a larger kitchen and more staff the chef has the means to be more ambitious. Enjoy the freshly house-made corn tortilla as tacos with your choice of filling: roast chicken, pork carnitas (slow-cooked pork), chicken tinga (seasoned shredded chicken, B70 each), chorizo, grilled beef and sauteed mushroom (B90 each).

Big timers can also tackle “El Diablo," a 1.5kg wet burrito, stuffed with all the aforementioned fillings, plus Mexican rice, beans and a spicy hot sauce. Yours for B999. 

To drink, there are Mexican beers (from B260) and a few margarita variations (from B320).

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Phone: 02-258-0546
Slanted Taco, 16 Sukhumvit Soi 23, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

MRT Sukhumvit

Opening Hours:

Mon-Fri 4pm-1am; Sat-Sun 2pm-1am

Cuisine:

Mexican

Open Since:

November, 2016
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