Brought to you from the folks at South Philly, Taco del Diablo, a new delivery-only venture, joins Bangkok’s suddenly booming Mexican scene. 

The kitchen whips up a menu of classic Mexican staples. Start small with corn “lollipops” (B160), char-grilled, street-style corn that comes slathered in chipotle sauce, queso fresco, and tajin chili powder, and cheese-stuffed and deep-fried Jalapeno poppers (B160). The taco selections come in sets of three and feature homemade tortillas. Go for options like the beer-battered white fish tacos (B170), which are topped with a Valentina-like hot sauce, coleslaw, and mango and cumin dressing, or the street-style suadero tacos (B210), made with confit of beef brisket, cooked low and slow for hours, and served with a variety of salsas. You can also have it gringa style (B140), where the beef is pressed between two tortillas with lots of melted cheese. Make it a full meal with a side of rice and refried beans (B150).

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