It isn’t easy to get good Mexican food in Hong Kong, it is even hard to get good, vegetarian, Mexican food in Hong Kong. But the up and coming, hipster, Kennedy Town has a great Mexican Restaurant – Tequila on Davis. Located on Davis street, right by the water, this restaurant is the perfect place to begin a great night on the town. Read more
Latin-Asian fusion yummyness! Zengo has all the best stuff from the east and west packed into each delicious dish. Brain child of famed restaurant owner-chef Richard Sandoval, Zengo is a great place to have a nice dinner, or even a quick lunch before you get onto a train from Grand Central. The best part, they have a separate gluten free and vegetarian menu! Read more
The new neighborhood to hit while in HK is definitely Kennedy Town, and while you are there, don’t forget to stop and wait a while for a table at Chino. This Japanese Mexican fusion restaurant has a menu that you will not forget! With the hippest crowd in town and some Keith Haring – esque graffiti on the wall, Chino is the place to be. Read more
This is an International restaurant, the serve risotto, pastas, Mexican, sea food, Croatian, breakfast and more. Located just outside the center, Bistro Toc is a great place to make a detour to. They have a small raised Shamiana outside the restaurant where you can sit and enjoy your meal on a pleasant day. The Shamiana has cool funky art, warm stone walls and lots of beautiful plants.
We immediately gravitated to the Mexican options, as almost all our other meals were Italian. The waiters were super helpful, and happily catered to our needs. They serve fresh guac with chips and even the bravest of hearts can’t resist that.Â We ordered the vege quesedilla, taco salad and chips with salsa. Read more
Chilli isn’t your typical Mexican restaurant. They even serve pastas, risotto, baked potato and some other non-Mexican food, but for a vegetarian, that simply means more options, cause they are happy to vegetarian-ise everything for you. Read more
Who would think that I would find a good, veggie friendly, Mexican restaurant in Beijing! Believe it or not, I did! Located in the ‘upscale’ and ‘modern’ part of the city, Cantina Agave is your local neighborhood Taqueria and Tequileria. An outpost of the famed Mexican restaurant in Shanghai, Cantina Agave is taking the youth and expats of Beijing by storm.
Fashioned with brightly painted walls and stenciled graffiti of lizards, dancers and all things ‘Mexican’, the interiors of Cantina Agave are a welcome sight to the weary non-Chinese traveler. The place has a fun and carefree vibe that encapsulates you while you are there. And if that did not dispel your weariness, the extensive wall of Tequila choices definitely will. The eatery bravely displays its 3 lever tequila bar to it’s customers, mixing potent Margaritas and Mojitos amongst other lesser known, but equally toxic cocktails.Â Read more