Saturday, April 16, 2011

Mexican Food in South Korea: Las Margaritas

 We have found the closest thing to Mexican food in our little home Jukjeon, South Korea. And being from Texas, We have some true authority on this topic. :) It is REALLY good.
The owner James is from Vancouver and is an experienced chef and business owner. He is really reaching out to the foreign community in his restaurant, as well.
 The service is just as amazing as the delicious chips, salsa and sour cream.
We would definitely recommend the fajitas, our personal favorite. They are served on a sizzling skillet, with lots of delicious steak, chicken and vegetables. The fajitas come with guacamole, cheddar cheese, flour tortillas, sour cream, salsa, spicy ranch, refried beans and spanish rice. I highly recommend a trip to Jukjeon just for a taste. It is conveniently located on the popular restaurant row.  

James and Me

Directions for getting here: 
Take the Bundang Line towards Bojeong. Get off at the Jukjeon stop. Take a Right out of the subway station, and continue  to the right, between Shinsege and the station. Take a Left towards Emart. Walk past Emart and take a Right over the bridge across the river.
Go across the bridge and continue straight. 
Turn Right, at the first road past the skate park on your right. Go straight. 
Take a Left down the cobbled stone street. (Beans Bins is on one side and TomoToms on the other)

At the first intersecting road, take a Right. 
Las Margaritas is on your Right.

1 comment:

Luis Ava said...

James it Luis from edmonton canada how you doing? Your place looks intresting i will visit soon homie.

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