All Branches (2)
6348 1302
Lower East Side is a Mexican joint with quirky furnishings like a bunch of tangled chairs dangling from the Ceiling. On top of all, you can also expect local touches such as Pandan-flavoured Rice and Sambal Mayo. continue reading
Opening Hours
10:00 - 00:00
Mon - Fri
11:00 - 23:00
Sat - Sun
10:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Pork Free
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
About Reward Scheme
Signature Dishes
Angry Baby Pork Ribs Chilli Beef Taco Grilled Chicken Burritos
Review (1)
Level4 2014-10-16
Lower East Side Tacqueria is brought by the same guys from Spathe. Specialising in Mexican fare, expect Tacos and Quesadilla offered here, with some plated dishes for mains. There are also a variety of alcoholic drinks available, which makes this spot a great place to head to for some drinks and snacks at night.We were in for lunch, but both of us came with our stomachs still relatively full from breakfast. Upon looking at the menu, we thought it would be wise for us to share a Quesadilla, which we chose The Campesinos ($10.00+). Described in the menu to contain Campesino Chorizo Sausages, Monterey Cheese and Tomato Salsa, we could not really detect the sausages as the filling seemed to be rather mashed up. There was also a interesting hint of curry spices within the filling, which went well with the cheesiness within. The dressing also complimented the Quesadilla well as it invoked a rather subtle touch of spiciness. It was not particularly up the mark, but its taste was very much decent for a light snack.I can’t get enough of Churros ($8.00+), so I knew I had to get those when I first saw the menu. The sticks may be short, and though it was on the dry side being crunchy and on the edge of being too hard, it was also satisfying at the same time as there was enough cinnamon sugar coated on each stick. Chocolate dip was watery, but had just the right amount of flavour. Dipping these sticks into the dip, the chocolate flavour goes nicely on top of the cinnamon sugar, rather than overwhelming it totally.Coffee ain’t exactly their forte actually. The Latte ($5.50+) was rather milky, though there are traces of its nutty-flavoured body around. Could have been better though.For more photos and the full review, please visit: http://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2014/10/11/lower-east-side-tacqueria-east-coast-road/ continue reading
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