Tacos are standard size but only one taco shell each instead of the usual two. Fillings are light -- lighter than almost every other taco place I've tried -- but fluffy-ish so it looks like a good quantity. My Jeju Taco didn't overflow or squish out or tear through the shell because the fillings were wet when I pinched the shells together, so you don't really need two shells.
Veggie options for tacos also really weak compared to many Mexican-ish taco places, so vegetarians should definitely look carefully at the online menu before going.
Jeju Taco ($3.45) Spicy pork belly
- Tasted like nicely done shredded BBQ pork with a slight sweet glaze. Nothing spicy or spicy-hot here.
- Overall tasty but small and pricey. Other than the novelty of having it in a taco, it's just nicely grilled meat.
Corn Chips ($2.95)
- Sour cream for dipping was $1 extra (are you kidding me?).
- Slightly darker shaded chips tasted bitter-burnt. Hard to tell which but too bitter to be tasty and random enough to ruin your enjoyment.
- Sure could use a dusting of salt or something salty.