Taco Tuesdays may be an American tradition, but it’s more than welcome here in Singapore. Besides the incredible prices, it offers up something much needed in these pandemic times – a reason to find a friend to hang with, and share a plate of tacos over good conversation. Or quite simply, a fun night out.
Where can you find some quality Taco Tuesday deals? Super Loco Group’s restaurants, of course, serving up authentic, genuine Mexican food and contemporary dishes, with a casual ambience.
What makes their Taco Tuesday so attractive is their DIY platter of six tacos, letting you pimp out your taco any which way you want. Each platter comes with six soft white corn tortillas, pico de gallo, guacamole, slaw, pickled red onions, crumbly cotija cheese, pickled jalapeños, tomatillo salsa, and their special Loco hot sauce. Diners get a choice of filling, between the smoky Chipotle Barbecued Chicken, tangy Citrus Braised Pork with crunchy chicharron and red mojo sauce, juicy Mojo de Ajo Prawns with achiote mayo or crunchy Tajín Roasted Cauliflower accompanied by spiced chickpeas and cashew lime crema.
Cheekily themed ‘Thank God It’s Taco Tuesday’, think of Super Loco’s promotion as a respite from the busy work week, and a chance to have fun with your dining partner. You’ll be more than happy to take a seat at the restaurant, and you’ll be welcomed and served by attentive staff, always alert and listening to you, so they know exactly how to make your day better.
When the food arrived, the tacos were nothing short of a spectacle, with the ingredients neatly laid out, and we couldn’t wait to get our hands dirty. The joy of Taco Tuesdays is getting to choose exactly what one wants out of your taco, and we tried each of their fillings to get to know and taste the smorgasbord of flavours. Having been some time since we last got a chance to travel, a bite of one of these tacos took us straight to Mexico, reigniting our senses and making us miss travelling yet again, this idea of immersing in another country’s culture, and of course, to connect via food.
And with how it’s both Mexican and Asian tradition to bond over a good meal with family and friends, it was important that we also had good company while enjoying our platter, alongside a beer bucket of Super Loco’s Mayan Dark Roasted Lager (available as an all-night Happy Hour). Or for a truly authentic Mexican experience, order up a bucket of classic Mexican Corona beer instead.
Throw in the great view and good conversation, and Taco Tuesdays at Super Loco were everything I wanted in a good night out. If you ever needed a time out from everything that’s been pressuring you in life, then take a load off, and grab a buddy for some much needed chilling out at Super Loco’s Taco Tuesdays.
Super Loco Group’s Taco Tuesday platters start from SGD48 and are available exclusively for dine-in at dinner every Tuesday across Super Loco Robertson Quay, Super Loco Customs House and Lucha Loco, starting from 7th September 2021. Reservations under each venue can be made here
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