This is part three of the Tacomoé Mexican restaurant review and in this video I am going to show you their menu and how you can win a FREE specialty, coming up!
This is the menu for Tacomoé and as you can see they have an entrance, they have tacos, burgers, and the specialties.
The promos that they have day by day are the following: on Monday’s you have margaritas half the price.
On Tuesdays you have a set of three tacos.
On Wednesdays you have tacos al pastor plus totopos.
Thursdays you can buy one and get the other one half the price, that’s for the tacos.
By the way, do not forget to follow them at @tacomoerd on Instagram and Facebook.
They also serve something else besides Mexican food. The Texas burger. All my people in Houston, Dallas, Austin. They also have the Louisiana sandwich, very worth to trial.
They also serve french fries, yuca frita, crispy chicken fingers, and so on.
They also serve chicken wings! For those of you, I know that my people from the south, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, you love your chicken wings.
Pretty much the New Heartland States are people that love chicken wings. If you are looking for that at the Colonial Zone (in Santo Domingo) you can find it in this restaurant.
For 325 (about 6 dollars) you can have a dry with lemon pepper and garlic parmesan. Or you can have a wet with garlic parmesan, lemon pepper, BBQ and Buffalo sauce.
I know you like the sauce so put some on it.
Right now I am going to get a taste of the entrance which is guacomoé, the only entrance they have over here, served as you can see with guacamole sauce.
These tortilla chips (actually totopos) are really good, I liked them. they are really crunchy. Look, you see that pop? They are crunchy! It’s right on point.
Just like in Mexico we are very avocado oriented. We love avocado. We can eat avocado with… anything!
I don’t know if this avocado is from Mexico or the Dominican Republic. What I do know is that is very, very, very delicious.
So, I decided to give it a try.
Very good! The nachos (totopos) are on point. They are not that hard, not that soft. It has a little bit of a punch in it. Native and strong avocado (smell).
There is some sort of a fresh feeling. It’s not cold, ok? But when you taste, it leaves you like a bit of freshness in your mouth. The aftertaste is soft. It softens in your mouth.
Let’s give it another try to see if I can gather more information. Let me show it to you, over here. I don’t know if you can see the bacon. That’s not bacon it’s tomatoes.
Look at the color. I like the color because it’s not a dark color. Again, when you taste this guacamole sauce, it hits you with a bit of a punch, not spicy. The taste is very delightful. And when it soothes down, your mouth kind of of freshens up.
Totally recommended. You need to try this entrance, alright? Ummm, at Tacomoé, at the Colonial Zone in Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic.
The Manager’s Recommendation
Grey wants to talk about some other specialties that the restaurant offers to all of its customers.
Tell me about the Gringa, what is the Gringa?
Grey: the Gringa is a closed taco with two flour tortillas, our beef al pastor, which is very famous, and queso asadero.
It comes with pico de gallo and chipotle sauce.
Following up with the rest of the specialty options that you have available at Tacomoé, besides the Gringa, we have the super quesadilla, which comes with two large flour tortillas and asadero cheese, sided with guacamole, pico de gallo, and chipotle sauce.
The mixed, beef, and beef al pastor they are all close to 10 dollars, while the chicken is about 7 dollars.
I’ll leave you a link on your top right where you can watch the review about the super quesadilla – Fajita or Super Quesadilla?
Next is the pirate. Here you got two beef fajita steak, refried Mexican beans, cheddar cheese and two flour tortillas, sided with pico de gallo and chipotle sauce.
It costs about 8 dollars.
The fourth option is panchomoe. This is one of the most popular specialties at Tacomoé. It comes with totopos chips and melted cheddar cheese, refried beans, a scoop of guacamole, pico de gallo, and jalapeños for those who want to add a little spice.
The price ranges from 8 dollars for the vegetarian option and tops 9 dollars for the mixed that contains beef and chicken.
Now you know, when you come here to Tacomoé at the Colonial Zone in Santo Domingo, you have many options.
You have the entrance, you have tacos, you have burgers, you have specialties which are the pirate, the super quesadilla, and the gringa, a special recommendation by the manager, Grey.
So when you come here, tell her that the Dominican Travel Pro sent you, that way she can probably hook you up with something else, ok?
Thank you Grey, gracias.
Grey – Thanks to all of you!
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The panchomoe, the gringa, the super quesadilla, or the pirate? It really doesn’t matter because your friend Jack is going to hook you up.
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