Korean Tacos?! You bet your fusion-loving butt

Indochine offers new international flavours

Indochine Banh Mi (1551 South Park Street, 407-1222) is starting a new Halifax fusion food trend: Korean Tacos. The international mix of traditions was made popular by the California food truck craze, include Korean-style Bulgogi marinated beef, chicken or tofu, wrapped in a warm tortilla and topped with spiced Asian coleslaw, pickled daikon, cucumber, bean sprouts, citrus, mayo and sriracha sauce. It's a quick and healthy option for those who might like to try something different from their popular Vietnamese sandwiches, says Indochine queen Liz Smith. And a little cheaper, too, at $4 each.

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