An Atlantan In The Bay: Korean-Mexican

Tacorea: Union Square/Nob Hill, San Francisco, CA, USA

This is one of the best asian-fusion places that I’ve eaten at and it’s super affordable too! Located just a couple blocks from SF’s Union Square, it’s pretty easy to get to. Parking is difficult like all things in the Bay and the seating is miniscule, but the line moves quick and if the weather isn’t too terrible, it’s worth getting it to-go and eating it on the street or in Union Square itself.

– HUGE size, definitely could not finish this on my own and even shared, if you get other items, you’ll still end up taking this to go.
– lots of flavors: have to like fusion food combinations like cheese and bulgogi marinade (thank goodness Koreans also like cheese in their foods)
– good amount of stuffing/filler (not just flour)
– comes out piping hot


Tacorea - quesadilla

I wish I came back more times, but I just didn’t want to wait in line. Also, knowing that I wouldn’t be able to finish it is something that also deters me since it’s one of those types of foods that I just want to finish all in one go. It’s definitely worth coming with friends and sharing multiple things though. If I’m ever again visiting the Bay, I’ll come here for sure for the California Burrito!  You can find them here:

809 Bush St
San Francisco, CA 94108

b/t Taylor St & Mason St 
Lower Nob Hill, Union Square


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