Craving for tacos so finally checked out Super Loco at Robertson Quay for their weekend brunch. “Loco” means “crazy,” and it was one wild fiesta.
The DIY tacos for two ($34) are delicious. The thinly sliced Al Pastor pork, when wrapped, is tangy, slightly spicy, creamy with guacamole, crunchy with pork rind. A smorgasbord of happy flavors and textures.
El Mexicano grande ($22), or big breakfast, with eggs, bacon, sour dough, is good but nothing to write home about. Curros ($10 + $4 vanilla ice cream) are just so-so.
Just being in the place makes us happy. The resto-bar is full of bright neon colors of Mexico, creating a convivial atmosphere. Many hot angmohs here, pleasing to the eye. You know, they are the rugby Australian sort, the sort that “It’s Raining Men” is singing about: “Big, tall, dark, and lean, rough and tough and strong and mean.” Hallelujah!
SPGs, you’re welcome.
Like the decor, the service is excellent. We were always taken care of, no matter how busy the servers were—it was full house—and the lady manager even came over to chat with us.
We liked the service so much we tipped them $5, on top of the $98 bill (including drinks, for 3 persons, no service charge). You know, Singaporeans are such stingy buggers we never tip.
60 Robertson Quay, The Quayside #01-13, Singapore 238252
T: +65 6235 8900
Weekend Brunch: 10am-3.30pm
Overall rating: 3.781/5
Written by A. Nathanael Ho.