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[Seoul - Sinchon] Dos Tacos - Beef Burrito (도스타코스)

A huge thank you to my friend for bringing me this beef burrito from Dos Tacos!

If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I was in the hospital for a while because I have meningitis.

Luckily, I have fabulous friends who were super, super wonderful and brought me some treats and dinners so I could escape the hospital food!

It was about four days into my stay and I was really, really craving a burrito from Chipotle.
This was the closest I could get!

I actually like Dos Tacos (they have pretty decent gloppy nachos). They were one of the first Mexican food restaurants in Seoul and I had my first Dos Tacos in 2009.

A really great thing about Dos tacos is that they have CILANTRO!
Koreans tend to not like cilantro, so many places do not serve it. This is why I mention this fact.

This was kind of a messy burrito, but delicious!

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