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Mexican street food culture – Tacombi

Posted by rod - 21.11.2013

Mexican street food culture - Tacombi

Taste the traditional flavours of Mexican homestyle food of Tacombi. The New York based Mexican restaurant was born on the beaches of the Yucatan, where Tacombi began selling tacos out of a converted VW bus in Playa del Carmen. Now the bus is parked in a cool looking place on Elizabeth street, which looks like a garage as well as a cantina.

The casual looking restaurant has a distinct Mexican feel to it. From the moment you see the restaurant, you’ll see some nice features such as the signage around the building. Inside the taqueria there are lovely pieces of Mexican graphics, typography and advertising dotted around. The foldable chars and tables add to the Mexican street food atmosphere.

Have you been to the Tacombi at Fonda Nolita?

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1 Comment (add yours?)

Congratulations on the AWESOME blog! I have seen many Mexican restaurant “attempts” in the US but this is one of the most faithful ones I have seen. Btw, Playa del Carmen is not in Yucatán, it is in Quintana Roo, same state as Cancún, ;)

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