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Telephone
03 2110 0202
Opening Hours
Today
17:00 - 03:00
Mon - Sun
17:00 - 03:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
http://loco-kl.com/
Signature Dishes
Beef Burritos Chicken Tacos Chilli Rellenos Fajitas
Review (6)
Level3 2014-08-08
163 views
Headed here after a yummy dinner to cap the night. Main reason was to try out their extensive selection of margaritas. Its located along the Changkat stretch which is a great place to spend the night.They have a huge selection of margaritas and the ones we ordered were awesome. Good mix of alcohol and mixers. Just the right amount of kick. Most places tend to stinge on the alcohol so all you get are the sweet mixers. I recommend the corona-rita, mojito-rita and rock melon margarita.Service was attentive, friendly and quick. Atmosphere lively with a great selection of music. Love to just watch the world go by and enjoy the music in the background.Will definitely return especially to try out the food. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-28
90 views
这家叫做loco的餐厅,单看他餐厅的装潢就猜到是墨西哥餐厅,再看了他们的菜单就一百八仙肯定了,因为他们有卖各式各样的taco,我点了他们的chicken taco,就是鸡肉的,这是我第一次吃taco,感觉还蛮新鲜的,有点象我们的薄饼,只是那馅料丰富很多,而且还有带辣的酱汁。 continue reading
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Level4 2012-09-18
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The two main empires on Changkat Bukit Bintang are consolidating their power; first, the folks on the northern tip who run Magnificent Fish & Chips, Havana & Racks have launched Loco, bringing Mexican cuisine to this street. These "flautas" _ deep-fried corn tortilla flutes filled with crispy duck & spicy habanero dressing _ had us at "hola." Reminiscent of Malaysian fried popiah. Thanks to a Mexican who oversees the menu, customers can be assured of authentic fare like tostadas _ mini-pizzas topped with refried beans, chicken, lettuce, avocado, shredded cheese & salsa pico de gallo (tomatoes, onions, chili & lime). Chipotle garbanzo dip, a spicy version of Middle Eastern hummus or tahini, originating from central Mexico. Loco makes all these salsas & spreads in its kitchen, ensuring fresh flavors. Prices are fair; very few dishes here cost more than RM30. The food is good & the margaritas are magic; the Coco-Loco (tequila, coconut milk, triple sec & pineapple juice) & Soursop Lychee pack a potent punch. Glasses at RM32++, jugs RM128++. Honey & Amaretto Margaritas, both with two shots of Jose Cuervo Gold.P.S. Where's Loco located? It takes over The Social's location at Changkat. continue reading
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Level4 2012-08-27
16 views
Loco is one of the newish restaurant that has landed on Changkat Bukit Bintang that serves authentic mexican fare. The head chef is from Mexico himself! It also ticked all the boxes of what good service is all about. We were greeted warmly as soon as we set foot in front of the restaurant. The staff were welcoming and promptly directed us to the corner table with the comfy couch.A bowl of deep fried corn chips promptly arrived on our table with 3 types of Salsa even before we had the time to look at the menu. How did they know that I was starving? According to the staff, the Tortilla Chips here are actually handmade by a Mexican lady and they get all their supplies through her. Certainly they taste heaps better than those out of a regular packet.The waitress who looked after us, Sweety, really lives up to her name. She recommended the Rock Melon and Honey Margarita while Frank, my partner, grabbed a Raspberry & Chili version. I liked both but we did order 2 more Raspberry and Chili Margaritas to follow. The chili kick is rather powerful. There are 2 shots of Jose Cuervo Gold and 1 shot of Cointreau in each Margarita, making them stronger than most. Sweety was also rather informed about their menu and was able to answer all of my questions about portion size and the ingredients of the dishes. It didn’t take long for us to decide on our choices.Although I’m not usually a big fan of prawns, this dish attracted my attention. I’ve always seen fish used in ceviche but have not tried the prawn version, and to serve citrus cured seafood it’s got to be really fresh as there won’t be an actual ‘cooking’ process to kill bacteria. This comes with tangy pico de gallo, spiked with some chili. It was really refreshing. The prawns were bouncy, zingy, hitting all the right notes. Portion is rather large for one though so keep this as a sharing dish.I was really impressed with the Chili Con Carne, it really packs a suckerpunch of flavours! A simple combination of beef, kidneys and tomato based sauce (I want to know what their secret spices are). They could pull back the salt level though, I had to mix a little bit of sour cream in it to tone down a little.If Frank sees Nachos on a menu, he has to order. The nachos at Loco are made the traditional way with chipotle and roast tomato salsa, avocado, jalapenos, cilantro and plenty of cheese. On the side we have the Guacamole and Sour Cream. The handmade tortilla chips made another appearance. Claiming to be an Expert on Nachos, he rated this the BEST Nachos in Kuala Lumpur. Well, isn’t that something?The Fish Tacos come highly recommended and I was close to not ordering because there are supposed to be 4 Tacos for the serving, Frank doesn’t eat fish, and I was already feeling quite full. But the kitchen was happy to serve me a single tacos for a reduced price, Rejoice! I love a restaurant that can accommodate a customers’ needs. The fresh dory fillet was served with lettuce, pico de gallo, avocado and mayonnaise, all wrapped up by a soft flour tortilla. And boy was it good! The flavours were subtle, definitely fresh, the fish just melts in your mouth. I was just sorry that I couldn’t have more than one.Even though my stomach was close to the point of explosion, I simply could not resist these churros. Deep fried dough with melted chocolate, how to say no?! They were absolutely gorgeous, crispy on the outside and a little chewy. I shook off quite a bit of the sugar but Frank was happily chomped them down as they were. I should have asked though if they could use a dark chocolate dip instead of milk chocolate. A perfect end to a gastronomic journey.I should also mention that all the dishes arrived quite quickly. My second margarita was served frozen instead of on the rocks, and they were quick to rectify this and brought me back a new one. The ambience is generally cheerful, with occasional cheers from the crowd as the Olympics was on TV. We walked out of Loco happily stuffed and sure to return. The service stands out as one of the best I’ve experienced over the past years in Kuala Lumpur. Impressive. continue reading
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