Our foodie-relatives who live in Hong Kong took us here for dinner on a Monday night. The place was semi-deserted, but that was a good thing! The restaurant is divided into two sections. ONn the street front is the taqueria that's styled like an Los Angeles food truck. You can go up to the counter and grab a corona while gorging on some tacos. Inside is a sedate dinner hall that's quirkily styled reminiscent of a hacendado's mansion. We were served the tuna tostada, Gorditas, Wagyu Tacos, and Salmon Crudo (all accompanied by guacamole with nachos) by the attentive and well-informed staff. The food was amazing! While the idea of discovering Mexican food in Hong Kong is a little strange, the result was exceptional. If your idea of Mexican food is what's on the menu at Taco Bell, then you'll be blown away by the complex flavors in these dishes. The tuna tostada was especially a hit. The price wasn't too bad considering we ordered two of everything for a party of 4. At the end, Socialito was an excellent surprise, even as accustomed as we are to the variety of exceptional restaurants in Hong Kong.
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