The Foodgarden in Tijuana, came to life after finding inspiration for the space from worldly travels. Ricardo Nevarez told us that he wanted a place where culinary artisans can all come together under one roof, to showcase their passions and talent through their food. At foodgarden you will find the formerly known as Takesos and Papas, now named La Taqueseria, the ever expanding Tacos Kokopelli, Etxeverri Tapas y Pintxos, Los Chilaquiles, and Creperie La Luna. La Barra will also be stocked with local craft beers, to enjoy along side your plates of choice.
This outdoor gastro venue is bright and inviting, with some really neat attention to detail. I love that the glass windows facing the street have sayings such as "Keep Tijuana Tasty" on them. The carved wood and concrete designs, with added pops of color throughout the space, are just lovely. Oh, and I can't forget the gorgeous tiles that you can't miss, as you step up to place your order.
The upcoming Spring and Summer seasons will bring the ideal setting to Foodgarden. Nothing beats being able to enjoy some outstanding food with an icy cold beer, and the added bonus of beautiful weather.
We decided to try all four of the Pintxos that are on the menu at Exteverri. Thin slices of crusty bread are topped with Jamon Serrano, Pancetta, Portobello Mushrooms, and Salmon. These would be great to order with a group, there is an array of different flavors, that is sure to please everyone's palate.
Hello there Kraken, I can never say no that grilled octopus taco. Nor, can I stop taking bites of the taco salseado from La Taqueseria. With all of that savory, the taco dulce ended our visit to Foodgarden quite nicely.
Foodgarden Ave Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada 10650 Zona Rio, Tijuana