On Cinco de Mayo back in 2015, Hispanic Mechanic opened its doors to the people of Adelaide. A few years later, they launched their vegan kitchen, Dancing Daikon in 2018.
Frewville’s favourite Hispanic/Korean inspired meals are produced by head chef, Greggory Hill. After working in kitchens in Mexico, Peru and Spain, Greggory has a strong history in Latin American cuisine and previously ran Bedford Park’s Lucky Lupitas and United Latino Cocina in Rundle Mall.
The menu boasts Latin American inspired cuisine with some Korean influence. The Korean twist was enthused by a region in Mexico called Zona Rosa or ‘Korean town’ and their new vegan menu was driven by Greggory, who enjoys the challenge of creating flavourful vegan-friendly dishes for everyone to enjoy.
The unique dining areas were designed to transport customers out of Adelaide and into paradise. Grab some friends, some empanadas and an ice cold cerveza at the bar and soak in the Latin American atmosphere.
Their Vegan KFC taco (Korean fried cauliflower) is bursting with flavour and is 100% vegan! Other vegan-friendly favourites include enchiladas, empanadas and blue corn tortilla nachos. Pair that with one of their Peruvian pirate cocktails (if you’re partial to rum) and end the meal with something sweet from their dessert menu. Did someone say chilli chocolate brownie?
Excuse us while we go book our team a table for dinner!