The Loco Group opens new fast-casual Mexican spit-roasted chicken joint, Chico Loco in the heart of the Central Business District.
Located on Amoy Street in the buzzy Telok Ayer area, Chico Loco is here to buck the eat clean trend, and shake up what it means to eat healthy. Food can be a deliciously dirty four-letter word, and the Mexican chicken joint is here to dish out dirty healthy plates. Fresh, guilt-free comfort food that is irrevocably good for body and soul, and irresistible fare that chars, drips, smokes and sizzles.
Forget eating clean. Chico Loco is here to serve up food worth getting dirty for.
Grab some napkins and get ready to devour some seriously good chicken at Chico Loco, where the birds are always antibiotic-free, hormone-free, cage-free and organic-fed.
Before the chickens go on the spit, Chico Loco brines them for 10 hours in an umami solution featuring a touch of agave nectar. The chickens are then basted with a secret house blend of 11 herbs and spices including quintessentially Mexican ingredients like achiote, dried oregano and mustard powder for bold splashes of flavour. Over the course of an hour, the chickens are roasted before a naked flame for a luscious, smoky finish. The result? Moist, fork-tender chicken that is as tasty as it is healthy.
The Loco Group Pte Ltd owns and manages Chico Loco, Lucha Loco and Super Loco. The four partnersJulian Tan, Christian Tan (aka “The Tan Brothers”), Ajay Parag and Chef Jason Jones have also recently launched their own hot sauce, tequila and craft beer range.
Hola Amigos! Señor Taco CHIJMES serves authentic Mexican street food with a great view to offer too which is facing the beautiful church.
Whether you are having a family day out, chilling with colleagues, hanging out with friends, moving on to wedding after-parties or just looking to enjoy life at its best, Señor Taco CHIJMES welcomes you with their great Mexican hospitality! They have not forgotten our little ones and prepared an exciting kids menu, with ample of play space for them to roam around while Mami and Papi indulge on their day off.
Birthday celebrations couldn’t be more exciting than the traditional Piñata blasting. Go visit Señor Taco CHIJMES to see how real Mexicans have fun!
Guzman Y Gomez serves traditional Mexican flavors featuring hearty proteins resting on fragrant seasoned rice and zesty salsa. Go and try out their burrito & nachos at their outlets islandwide with the newest set to open at Orchard Gateway very soon.
Using only the freshest ingredients, GYG aims to serve you authentic Mexican fare that’s bursting with flavour. Say Hola to your new favourite meal spot.
Chimichanga is proud to launch their brand new bar & Mexican cantina, Chimi's, which is located at One Marina Boulevard. Chimi's is a container bar space located just 25m from the bay. Enjoy ice frozen margaritas with the wind in your hair and a view of Marina Bay Sands.
Chimi's is Singapore's first Mexican container bar. Savour their signatures like Paleta Beef Tacos, Skewers Al Pastor and more at this charming new bar.
Papi’s Tacos is a cozy taqueria and vibrant Mexican eatery located on Singapore's bustline Seah Street.
Reflecting the informal street dining culture of Central Mexico, Papi’s Tacos represents the long-awaited arrival of authentic, fuss-free Mexican fare in the Lion City.
Along with a convivial atmosphere and honest food steeped in tradition, diners are welcomed with heartfelt hospitality from a kitchen helmed by Head Chef and Partner, Mauricio Espinoza. Mauricio (or Papi, as the people around him like to call him), hails from the small town of Papalotla, Mexico and brings his heritage to an array of simple, yet mouthwatering tacos and native dishes. And because no taqueria is complete without the requisite selection of high-quality tequilas, guests are treated to a straightforward menu of bebidas and refreshing margaritas from the gurus behind the legendary cocktail bar Employees Only.
Affordable Tacos, Tequila and plenty of Mexican inspired cuisine is the name of the game at Platypus Cantina. Brought to you by the same team that developed the multiple award-winning Platypus Kitchen in Bugis, Singapore.
Platypus Cantina is their modern take on the traditional Mexican Cantina which will rock your socks with Kick-ass margaritas and micheladas, hearty tacos and Mexican burgers and of course a stunning beverage program which boasts wallet-friendly cocktails, beers and wines.
Platypus Cantina is fully equipped with a large private room, beer pong tables and the looooooongest bar in the Katong district of Singapore!
For great margaritas and delicious Mexican food, you must check out the newly-refurbished Margarita's at Dempsey Hill!
Margarita's is a hidden gem located in the area that offers a wide range of authentic and succulent Mexican cuisine.
With an unyielding passion for exciting, yet clean and authentic flavours, founder and owner and chef-to-date, Andy Yap, is the brainchild behind Singapore's first Margarita's restaurant. From its humble beginning at Faber Drive in 1988, Margarita's rapidly expanded to the East Coast, and subsequently blossomed as a hidden gem at Dempsey Hill.
Feel the heat, sip on Mezcal, taste and share plates as you savour the flavours and move to the Latin beat.
So, question is. Who is Poncho???
Poncho loved life and had many homes around Latin America. He enjoyed great food, drinks, music, cigars and movies. His house was for everyone. Combining the best of all his casas, the Casa Poncho team bring his home to Singapore for you to enjoy!
Enjoy menu highlights like La Pluma - grilled Iberico pork pluma with caramelized pineapple or Dedos de Poncho - chilli cheese churros with jalapeño and cheddar. Or the Pulpo Ranchero - tender grilled octopus topped with chili ranchera salsa, pumpkin seeds and a dash of scallion oil.
Don't miss ordering a Mezcal-based cocktail like their signature La Margarita del Poncho.
Located at Singapore Land Tower, Lower East Side 45 by Hidden Door Concepts is a Mexican restaurant and bar serving contemporary Mexican inspired cuisine and artisanal spirits in a lively and comfortable setting.
The modern-Mexican inspired menu combines Mexican staple ingredient with local and regional sourced produce to create dishes rooted in Mexican flavours, traditions and authenticity all while celebrating fresh global ingredients. The beverage program reflects the cuisine, focusing on artisanal spirits with top quality ingredients taking front stage.
Casa Poncho is a Latin destination restaurant, bar and enclave. It is located at 14 Bukit Pasoh Road in the former Keow Siong Club, which was transformed into a new a Latin enclave in Singapore. Step through the gates of Casa Poncho and enter a Latin haven that is a feast for the eyes, ears and, deliciously, the mouth.
Casa Poncho flows over four sections - the courtyard, the bar, the restaurant and the terrace. Reminiscent of a grand home in Mexico or Cuba, you are welcome to sit in the courtyard as the sun goes down, cocktail in hand, before you make your way to the great room – which is the restaurant. Rustic, fun, sexy and cosy, look and up see the tungsten light fixtures and the warm red walls with hand painted murals.
Cast your eyes around and you will see a collection of Poncho’s treasures. Listen and your hips will want to sway to the music. Who is Poncho? You’ll find him on his motorbike.
At Casa Poncho a sharing menu is served with flavours inspired by Latin American countries – they call them pequeñitos! The idea is to snack, savour and share with each other.
They serve a range of dishes, some of which include La Pluma - grilled Iberico pork pluma with caramelized pineapple; Dedos de Poncho - chilli cheese churros with jalapeño and cheddar; Pulpo Ranchero – grilled octopus, salsa “ranchera”, pumpkin seed and scallion oil; Lomito al Carbon – charbroiled Argentinian beef tenderloin with zucchini, grilled onions, and roasted capsicum salsa; and Crispy Chili con Carne – chili spring roll with minced beef, avocado, sour cream foam, chili, lime, coriander and garlic.
Some of their irresistible desserts include Poncho’s Flan – made with horchata, mango, mint and fresh berries; Tentacion de Chocolate – chili chocolate, egg custard and paprika sour cream; and of course, Churros with chili chocolate and cinnamon cream!
The Casa Poncho bar serves a diverse selection of beverages with signature Mezcal based cocktails at its heart. Guests can find cocktails like the Gregorio Negrito, made with Mezcal Reposado, Antica Formula, Campari and bitters, as well as the La Margarita del Poncho made with Mezcal Alipus Blanco, Grand Marnier, yuzu and agave syrup, and Poncho’s Favorito – tequila reposado, dry curacao, Aperol, cranberry and lime juice. A selection of beers and wines from Latin America and Europe are also on offer.
So, who is Poncho? Poncho loved life and had many homes around Latin America. He enjoyed great food, drinks, music, cigars and movies. His house was for everyone. Combining the best of all his casas, the Casa Poncho's team brings his home to Singapore for you to enjoy!
Comida Mexicana is a casual and convivial dining concept at East Coast Road that charms with its authentic flavours and great vibes. It is a sister brand to long-standing Mexican restaurant brand, Margarita’s.
Comida Mexicana (‘Mexican Food’, in Spanish) is a casual offshoot serving a concise menu of favourites and delectable off-menu creations by Vivian Wee, Director of Margarita’s since 1996, and the ‘Capitan’ of this new ‘ship’ along East Coast Road as well.
At Comida Mexicana, all the dishes are created from scratch using freshly imported ingredients from Mexico and the USA in its sauces, salsa dips and marinades.
Inspired by the fresh, exceptionally tasty, and dare they say, healthy varieties of Mexican food which exist, from Baja California to the Suchiate river, Mex Out will save your taste buds, and transform your appetites forever. Their 4th outlet is now at Vivo City.
Mex Out’s restaurants use only uses the the freshest quality meats, seafood, dairy, and vegetables in their food. Guacamole is made fresh in-house everyday using fresh avocado, mashed and seasoned with just the right amount of lime, salt, and small amounts of red onions, jalapeno peppers, tomato and cilantro. The pico de gallo is also made fresh daily with diced tomatoes, red onions, cilantro, lime juice and salt.
The third Mexican venue from The Loco Group (Lucha Loco, Super Loco Robertson Quay), this 130 seat restaurant and bar will be located on the Fullerton Bay waterfront and is surrounded by panoramic views of Marina Bay.
Super Loco Customs House serves a new menu of modern authentic Mexican food for lunch and dinner. An extensive range of cocktails, tequilas, mezcals and beers is available.
Chimichanga is Singapore's first Mexican dive bar! Authentic Mexican food and perfectly mixed twists on classic cocktails at the best price.
The narrow space certainly looks the part, a 50-seater space with tables made from old pontoon planks, distressed walls and a decor theme inspired by the Sonora Desert. Their menu offers a selection of your basic tacos and quesadillas, and other trashy-fun dive bar bites: jalapeno pops, fried potatoes and chipotle wings. They also do basic, potent cocktails with Mexican twists. There's the Bloody Mary-inspired Chimichanga, with lemon and cilantro flourishes, the tequila-based Paloma (grapefruit and lime) and, most excitingly, margaritas with mezcal instead of tequila.
Coyote is the new contender to the few Modern Tex-Mex restaurants in Singapore’s F&B scene, promising heartier, more wholesome Tex-Mex cusine experienced in a semi-fine dining design.
Coyote will be helmed by Chef Jihardi Amin, well-known in the culinary scenes of Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand for more than 19 years, who has long-honed his expertise in both local and Western cuisine. His love for Mexican food was cultivated when he was mentored by two reknowned Mexican chefs: Chef Adrian Pinto and Chef Nacian Prince. Chef Jihardi found both familiarity and exotic flavour in Mexican colour, spice and aroma.
With combined similar minds, the opportunity to head a Tex Mex restaurant was kismet. The authentic menu to be delivered in Coyote reflects the humourous and jolly side of the Chef, as he abides to “respect and love the ingredients, and cook it with your heart and soul. The food will make rainbows in your eyes”.
Fresh quality ingredients will always be a cornerstone and essential to Mexican food to bring out its utmost vibrancy. With Chef’s varied local and Western cuisine backgrounds, you can look forward to some chef’s specialties, which has a slight Asian innovation to Mexican food for the fresh twist but still keeping close to authentic Tex-Mex cuisine. Their family-friendly restaurant also welcomes children to enjoy a healthy and appetising kid’s menu. Delightful Mexican desserts unlikely to be found in a typical Western restaurant will also delight all fans of both the sweet and the savoury.
Barrio by Mex Out is the Mexican taqueria that opens a new chapter on the dynamic success of its parent brand. Everything you loved about Mex Out is now in an exciting 70-seater location right in the heart of Orchard Road.
The barrio, Spanish for ‘neighbourhood’, is a residential space for Mexicans to work, trade, socialise – in short, a hangout.
Living up to its name, Barrio by Mex Out takes on a hip, cheery space for people to take pleasure in good food and fine drink with great company. Urban but with a cool neighbourhood feel, it’s a hangout for friends, fun, and food.
Guided by its Fresh-Mex cuisine, Barrio by Mex Out guarantees authentic Mexican flavours derived from the freshest and highest quality ingredients. The restaurant features an expanded menu of fan favourites from Mex Out, complemented by new plated dishes, starters, bar snacks, tortas (a Mexican burger), and desserts. It’s a journey of healthy Mexican deliciousness – at prices that will make you smile.
Fresh-Mex is born of Mex-American cuisine, with influences from ancient Mayan and Aztec culture, through Spanish and French traditions to the modern flavours and spices of Baja California and the Caribbean. Combine this with the freshest quality meat, seafood, dairy, and vegetables you can find, and it’s little wonder people speak of Fresh-Mex food in the most salsa-licious terms!
Barrio by Mex Out makes its guacamole in-house every day using fresh avocado mashed and seasoned with lime, salt, and small amounts of red onions, jalapeno peppers, tomato and cilantro. Just the right amount of lime juice is added – key to ensuring the guacamole’s smooth texture and a slightly tangy taste. The tortilla chips too are fried and bagged in-house daily, guaranteeing that the chips are fresh, crispy, and utterly delicious.
Also made in-house daily are the salsas, using ingredients such as freshly diced tomatoes, red onions, cilantro, lime juice, salt and chillis. Some worth trying are the pico de gallo and the unique mango and pineapple salsa. And fresh-caught snapper is used in the ceviche and salad.
Many Mex Out favourites are on the menu, including the burrito wraps, burrito rice bowls, tacos and salads. The restaurant offers plated dishes, starters, bar snacks, tortas, and desserts such as the Chocolate and Chilli Brownie, for sharing. There are vegetarian options and a breakfast menu that’s available until 3pm everyday.
Two years after taking Balestier by storm with its range of gourmet offerings, popular halal certified caf├ę, FIX moves to a bold Mexican-themed menu with “re-born” naanwiches, refreshed decor and a new communal dining concept – Mexican festive feasting.
Located at HomeTeamNS-JOM Clubhouse, FIX boasts a large seating capacity of 100 seats indoors and by the poolside. FIX also owns a private alfresco deck that can be booked for parties or corporate events and seats up to 80 pax. The workshop-inspired caf├ę gets a refreshed look with festive buntings, creative graphics and a splash of vibrant colours. While retaining the industrial-chic look, the colours add a cheery vibe to the laid-back poolside venue.
Apart from refreshed decor, the culinary team brings to the table a range of delectable Mexican-style dishes. Try the Tortilla Salad with Lime Dressing, a fresh tortilla salad with everyone’s favourite Mexican condiments like jalapeno and refried beans, or go for Mexican staples, the Chicken Enchiladas and Pulled Beef Enchiladas, both served with cheese in tortilla wraps.
FIX’s naanwich fans will be thrilled with naanwiches “re-born” in the form of Mexican Fajitas. Bringing back well-loved naanwich favourites like Chicken Achar Fajitas, and Beef Kimchi Fajitas, featuring grilled beef served on a hot plate with kimchi, a sous-vide egg and side condiments of tortilla, guacamole and a unique tomato salsa with chinchalok, these Mexican Fajitas take on a new lease of life and are bound to win hearts.
FIX will also serve up Mexican dishes in hearty portions like Chicken Pascal, a slow-cooked chicken leg in chipotle tomato sauce, Steak & Potatoes, a 200g flank steak, and a delicious tender Lamb Shank featuring braised lamb shank in mole sauce and toasted almonds.
For desserts, go for the addictive Bunuelos & Ice- cream, a crispy tortilla glazed in sticky Gula Melaka, served with vanilla ice-cream.
With a philosophy of serving food that they would serve to their own families, FIX welcomes large family bookings with dinner sets put together for varying size of diners.
Available for dinner, these sets will be served communal style with plates of starters, mains, sides and desserts – perfect for Mexican festive feasting.
A Global Chinese concept, Lokkee (pronounced as 'Lucky') is a witty and cheeky play on favourite Chinese recipes which have been given a unique tweak to include a dash of Western influence. This genre of Chinese cuisine, often defined by chow mein and fortune cookies, is reinterpreted and elevated here through fresh, top quality ingredients, and clean flavours.
Lokkee aims to add diversity to Singapore’s restaurant landscape and celebrates the style of cuisine commonly found in Chinese restaurants dotted across major cities such as New York, London and Sydney. Created by enterprising Chinese immigrants, it is an appropriation of the food from their motherland, adapted for diners in their new environment.
Lokkee is designed to tap on the growing audience of well-travelled Singaporeans for whom the idea of Chinese food for a Western audience is associated with being in a buzzing cosmopolitan hub.