The Foodgarden: Another Restaurant Adding to Tijuana’s Foodie Reputation

Over a year ago, a new restaurant opened, the Foodgarden. Well… to be honest it’s not a restaurant. It’s like a food court but in a garden, hence the name. And every couple of weeks they have an event, there was an Easter event on Thursday and from May 3rd to the 4th, there will be a cultural one. Local companies sell their products to make a name for themselves in the area. Marfil is almost always at their events.

Tom Yum from Asia de Baja
Tom Yum from Asia de Baja

So you’re probably wondering what kind of food there is… Well there are about five restaurants and each specializes in a different cuisine.  Los Chilaquiles offers all kinds of chilaquiles in delicious sauces, green, red, mole, avocado, you name it, they may have it (for those of you that don’t know, chilaquiles are tortilla chips cooked in sauces). Then there is Veggie Smalls, a vegetarian fast food with portobello burgers among other vegetarian delicacies. The crepes from La Luna are famous around Tijuana and not to be missed! There are both sweet and salty crepes. The Taqueseria offers a variety of tacos, salmon, meat, pork, and quesadillas. They’re not your typical street tacos!

The Foodgarden's famous frase... Now, it's your turn to visit tasty Tijuana
The Foodgarden’s famous frase… Now, it’s your turn to visit tasty Tijuana

Right next to the Taqueseria there is a seafood place called Tacos y Mariscos Walter. I haven’t been there yet, but I’ve been told it’s quite good and that the fish tacos are quite tasty. If you’ve been, tell me about it! And lastly, my personal favorite, Asia de Baja, their Tom Yum soups are unmissable! Loaded with vegetables and your choice of protein (chicken, shrimp, tofu, meat, or a mix) you will feel satiated and satisfied.

But the food isn’t the only reason to check out the Foodgarden, they have refreshing aguas; for those of you who have studied Spanish, this literally translates to water but is another name for juice. You will find a variety of unusual aguas; such as mint and watermelon, Thai tea, cucumber and mint. Every time you go, you may find a new flavor you haven’t tried.

What are you thankful for?
What are you thankful for?

So, next time you’re in Tijuana or are having a boring afternoon in San Diego, drive south and try some local food. You won’t regret your trip! And as they say in Spanish, buen provecho!


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