Pumping L.A. style Ko-Mex joint dishing up insanely good grub, huge party-in-a-glass margaritas and craft beers. Food you'll crave the rest of the week.

“Vatos” is Mexican slang for “dude” and that’s exactly the vibe this place oozes – a casual underground place to catch up with friends over shared plates and huge, kick ass drinks.

One of the best things to come out of Seoul of late, Vatos combines traditional elements of American-style Mexican fare and Korean street food. The menu is huge, offering all kinds of small bites meant to be shared. The problem however lies in finding space on the table for everything you want to try. Amongst the best are the Kimchi Carnitas Fries, Galbi Tacos, and Spicy Chicken Quesadillas.

Vatos holds a refreshing new spot on the Singapore dining scene, offering new tastes, fresh ingredients and a buzzing vibe.

CNN recently named Vatos the “Hottest New Restaurant in Seoul.” Now with two locations in Singapore it might just be vying for similar accolades around here.


36 Beach Road, South Beach, Singapore, 189766
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Hours: Open daily. Hours vary so check website for hours.

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