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Japanese Mexican Tacos - Sure ... Why Not?

Hosted by the Consul of the Bangkok DinnerNations Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Wed 29 May 19:00 - 20:00

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BANGKOK — Imagine Mexican flavours meet kanom tokyo, a small griddled crepe that is the snack of Thai childhoods – and costs only 40 baht.

Protected content offers just that: kanom tokyo with both sweet and savory fillings, including a taco-inspired rendition.

Kanom tokyo sold from side street carts are usually filled with low-grade sausage, quail eggs and a dash of meat, or pandan sangkhaya for sweet-tooths. Protected content ’s are mega-sized and tap into flavours from around the world.

“Tacos are such an international food now. And I think kanom tokyo could be as well, since they can come with all kinds of fillings from around the world, sweet or salty,” co-owner Protected content , 26, said. “I love them personally because it’s a food that brings back childhood memories. Thai kids always get it as an after-school snack.”

Protected content is still working out its kinks – there can be queues – and finalising its menu. Soon there will be tom yum filling, as well as sides including barbecue chicken skewers, baked potatoes and coleslaw.

Na pointed out that all the available fillings come from “tropical” cuisines – Mexican, southern Chinese, Thai.

“Even when it’s hot there, or here, we’re still fresh and active. I want the mood of Protected content to be the same,” Na said.

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Very casual and not formal. Be prepared for anything.

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