Tacombi - Bleecker Street

Restaurants, Mexican West Village
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Born on the balmy beaches of the Yucatan, serving tacos out of a converted VW bus, Tacombi shares authentic Mexican taco culture from neighborhood taquerias.


Venue name: Tacombi - Bleecker Street
Address: 255 Bleecker St
New York
Price: $30 and under
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In my opinion--the food is overpriced for the quality of mexican food.  The chips were very stale and the drinks were nearly $20 for a margarita.  The best part about mexican in my opinion is the reasonable price for flavorful food--I was disappointed. 


I love how fun the decor is at Tacombi, you already feel like you're about to have a great time. The servers are so sweet and accommodating and the red sangria is strong. I ordered the seared fish tacos and carnitas and I loved both, it was a great quick bite and I would have gotten two more if I was hungrier. The Corn is delicious but spicy so be ready for a little heat.


I like tacombi because it's spanish food with bold, fresh flavors. I like that they have a fun way of ordering your food. You basically get a paper menu and you check off which dishes you want. I got the corn which comes with cheese and some sort of mayo as well as spices which give it a spicy kick. Also had the shrimp quesadilla and I loved that they werent skimpy with the shrimp! Everything tastes homemade and resh. A great place with a funky, fun atmosphere!


This is just a classic place in my book. Great food, great vibes, the deco is awesome. You really can do no wrong by coming here! The corn was OUTSTANDING. We got a pitcher of white sangria and it didn't seem that strong but I'm personally not a huge sangria drinker - and the thing was huge.