For the month of April, the crew at Super Loco are working with Fable Food (a cool Aussie plant-based food brand) to create their first-ever Loco Earth Month here in Singapore. It is a blend of Mexican favourites, but with s plant-based twist. Trust us when we say that the food tastes exactly like its meat counterpart, except delivering a much better carbon footprint.
With Super Loco getting rid of all their single plastics, such as straws and packaging, they are making a conscious effort to reduce emissions. On top of that, for every purchase of its $1 still or sparkling water, 25% of proceeds go towards their reforestation project in Borneo with reforestation technology start-up Green Steps. We sat for a meal to enjoy the menu and the incredible view overlooking the Marina Bay Sands.
The Earth Month Menu is available across all outlets throughout April. For the tiny price of SG$80, you will be able to enjoy their zero-waste, four-course, Mexican delights menu that promotes a plant diet and leads the way in the industry with these sustainable practices.
We start off with the Zero To Hero cocktail (21SGD) that uses some of our favourite offcuts (such as pineapple, lemon, grapefruit, mango and lime) that are infused with Arquitecto Blanco tequila. The drink is then mixed with blend of mezcal, cherry heering, curaçao and lemon to make it just right.
Corn Chips, Guacamole and Salsa Roja ($S13) are bought out and are as crunchy as they look. Mixing guac and salsa are the perfect way to enjoy them and are great to share with someone else.
The Garden Flautas ($S19) are not like anything we have tried before. These are deep-fried spinach herb tortilla stuffed with Mexican truffle, quinoa and goat cheese and wow do these things taste great. The lime sour cream is the best part of the dish and I could not pour enough of it on.
The next dish out is the Fable Al Pastor Taco ($S10) which is just jammed packed full of flavour. Not to mention the rainbows of colours in the dish as well. This is the signature in the menu and it is easy to see why. The crispy kale and corn just set all the flavours up. The mushrooms really taste like meat and this is by far the one you have to eat yourself.
Super Loco Custom House Pan-Roasted Barramundi ($S34)- the speciality dish and the only one with actual meat, and it is so juicy. And the way they pan sear the skin to make it crunchy is so perfect and was eaten very fast.
Finishing the night in style, we enjoyed the Pomegranate Tres Leche ($S14) a bright dish that is like a spongy layer cake. Oh, and it sits on chocolate crumble base that you can mix into every single bite. When you add the three milk under that, you are in heaven. Now that is my type of dessert.
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