I went to Super Loco Customs House recently for a food tasting. It was nice to eat Mexican food, a cuisine I like but don’t normally get the chance to eat. The place was filled with expat businessmen having a good time.
Here’s a preview of one of the dishes I tasted:
Tortillas are an integral part of Mexican cuisine, and feature on Super Loco’s menu in many different dishes, from appetisers to desserts. One of them is the Langosta Tostada ($25+). Tostadas are crispy tortillas with toppings, kind of like an open hard taco. Our tostada was topped with chunky pieces of langosta (lobster) from Maine. The lobster was accompanied by avocado, spring onions, and celery hearts. Biting into it provided a satisfying crunch that yielded into the sweet lobster and creamy avocado. It felt like a Boston lobster roll with a crispy tortilla casing instead of a bun. Truly a scrumptious snack.
I have to say, the mezcal was pretty good, too. Read the rest at GourmetEstorie.