Although Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City is the most populated in this country. It is also known as Saigon and this name will take us on an interesting journey through a fusion with Mexican dishes.

The flight begins at the Reclusa restaurant/gallery, at Rio Ebro 85 in Cuauhtémoc, where for the second time Tacos Saigón make an “intervention” and every Saturday they will present their ecleptic Mexican-Asian menu.

Street food is a culinary tradition shared by Southeast Asia and Mexico. Without a doubt, that is what they try to communicate through the flavors of Tacos Saigón in Reclusa. And although the name may suggest that only one type of food, this is not the case and we can find proposals such as

And what would Saturday be without flirty drinks? And so, with their one-liter cocktails Tacos Saigón offer an excellent pairing for your food, be sure to try Reclusa’s mixes! They have everything from classics to very interesting proposals.

A few days ago we had the opportunity to try their special menu and in the middle of a relaxed atmosphere, with good music and a design that remembers parties with friends we tried the following dishes:

Satay

Ceviche Viet

Taco Barbaphoa

Taco Carnithais

Saigonsote

Romance in Michoacán

Precio: $$

Where: Rio Ebro 85 in the Cuauhtémoc neighborhood and mayor’s office.

When: every Saturday, until further notice, at 2 pm.

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