Sugoi JPN says
Inspired in Piss Alley street food market (Tokyo) and Latin American’s (Mexico & Venezuela) street food stalls, we are taking and fusion the best of the Latin and Japanese, traditions, culture and flavors to get a new hardcore street food concept, noritacos, 100% fresh & fun.
Nori: The Japanese name for edible seaweed it is used chiefly as an ingredient to wrap sushi.
Taco: A traditional Mexican dish consisting of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling.
Nori + Taco = Noritaco: A crispy seaweed tempura shell with Japanese-Latin fusion fillings.
In the menu you may find different options, like the Noritaco Loco: Our “orale” inspired version that comes with tuna, pico e gallo, jalapeno. Noritao Caribe: The most popular Caribbean dish in a Japanese style: Pulled beef, black beans cream, deep fried plantain, and If you are looking for a vegetarian option, you will love the Veggie: Lamb lettuce, carrot, onion, green apple, edamame, cabbage, avocado, sesame seeds, aonori, chive, coriander and sesame dressing.
We are located at Bethnal Green, our neighborhood, is now considered a hotbed for creativity, originality and innovativity, near the City and its international financial centre, it is a veritable melting pot of different cultures. We are just behind of Bethnal Green underground station (Central line), under the railway, in a very "Piss Alley" street, where you may find very cool night options, just a short walk from Shoreditch High Street.