Seoul Taco is a restaurant and catering company with multiple locations and food trucks in the St. Louis, MO area. The company specializes in Korean-Mexican fusion cuisine, offering a unique and flavorful blend of traditional Korean flavors and Mexican cooking techniques.
The menu features a variety of dishes including Korean BBQ tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and bowls, as well as Korean fried chicken wings and Korean street fries. Seoul Taco is committed to using high-quality ingredients and preparing everything in-house, from the sauces and marinades to the hand-crafted tortillas.
The company has gained a loyal following for its delicious and innovative dishes, as well as its friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
My friend has been buggin’ me about trying this place because they got the best tacos in town. Well, dude was right!!
I normally don’t even like tacos from real Mexican restaurants – I usually prefer to make my own at home or visit Taco Bell LOL! But, this is now my favorite taco place. Everyone in STL should try it at least once.
My favorite taco join in the area! Haven’t had tacos this good since I moved from Texas!
Highly recommended if you want authentic Mexican food.
Seoul Taco is a restaurant that holds a special place in my heart, and I was thrilled to have the opportunity to visit again on my recent trip back to St. Louis. While we dined at the loop location, the experience was not quite as exceptional as my previous visits.
Despite the higher prices due to inflation, we ordered the steak burritos. While it was not up to my previous high expectations, I must note that the Chesterfield location may provide a better experience. Unfortunately, my stay was brief, so I was unable to explore that option.
Although the steak was slightly overcooked and the burrito was cold, I would still encourage you to give it a try. Normally, Seoul Taco is an incredible restaurant with a well-deserved line of customers. I’m confident that my experience was simply an off day and that you’ll enjoy it as much as I have in the past. And let’s be honest, where else can you find such an amazing fusion of Korean and Mexican cuisine in the south?