Le Taco Cantina | Media
page,page-id-50826,page-template-default,edgt-core-1.1,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,vigor-ver-1.3, vertical_menu_with_scroll,smooth_scroll,small_grid,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.5.1,vc_responsive


The Scoop: Beer Delivery, $1 Tacos and More Dallas Food News


The Oak Lawn restaurant is offering $3 margaritas, sangria, canned beers, Exotico tequila shots and wells, half-priced pitchers of beer, and $1 off all tacos every day from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.


— D Magazine, Side Dish   10/1/2015

Fox News
Grilled Achiote Chicken Tacos


Chef Daniel Tarasevich from Le Taco Cantina makes tacos with grilled Achiote chicken, Jicama slaw and tomatillio salsa.


— Fox News 4   10/1/2015


Bits & Bites: Things to Eat in Dallas This Week


The chef and his team will be preparing a five-course meal embodying the Latin-Asian fusion that Le Taco is known for, minus the tacos. Each course will be paired with a different cocktail creation made with Don Julio Tequila.


— D Magazine Sidedish 9/28/2015


Dallas’ Best Kept Secrets To Check Out This Fall


Who to Bring: Your foodie friend from down the hall that is looking to class-up dining hall grub and is open to a twist on traditional tacos.

What to Call Home About: No trip here is complete without sinking your teeth into the Nutella Taco. I mean, who can say “no” to the love-child between two of the greatest food items alive?


— BuzzFeed 9/27/2015



Le Taco Cantina: A Sexy Place to Eat Tacos


Le Taco Cantina, a rustic chic eatery that enhances authentic Mexican dishes by adding an Asian infused twist. Whether you prefer the traditional Tex Mex or lean more towards the culinary styles of the East, your new favorite meal is bound to be here.


— SMU Style 9/25/2015


Guide Live 9.23
Cheers: 4 notable, new happy hours in Dallas


During T&A Social Hour — that’s tacos and alcohol, get your mind out of the gutter — there’s also $3 margaritas, sangrias, Mexican beers and certain tequila shots and well drinks. It’s happy hour all day on Sunday, with live music and half-price bottles of Champagne. Tuesdays are $2 margaritas all day and Wednesdays have half-price bottles of wine and pitchers of sangria.


— Guide Live 9/22/2015


Le Taco Hosts Chef Dinner Featuring Don Julio


On September 28th, Le Taco Cantina will host its first chef’s dinner, showcasing the culinary talent of Chef Daniel Tarasevich and his team. Known for its kicked up tacos, the restaurant will be mixing things up and featuring a five-course menu of varied dishes that highlight the Latin-Asian theme. Just one taco will be served, and that’s for dessert.


— Crave DFW 9/14/2015


He Said 9.11
Brunch Of The Month: Oh, Le!


After a summer of out-of-town weekends, we felt woefully disconnected from our favorite Dallas ritual: brunch.


— He Said Magazine 9/11/2015


He Said 9.11
The 12 Craziest Eggs Benedicts in Dallas-Fort Worth


People might stare if you order up any of the other Benedicts on this list, but not during weekend brunch at this Oak Lawn restaurant, which melds Mexican cuisine with Asian-fusion flavors and French cooking techniques. Their Le Taco Benedict can be made with your choice of pork carnitas or shredded brisket, which is then layered with Asian slaw, a poached egg and Sriracha hollandaise (pictured above). For an off-the-menu choice, ask for shrimp instead of meat.


— Zagat  9/11/2015



Look At This Fucking Dish


It’s one of these new, inventive takes on tacos that caught our eye. The eggs Benedict taco is exactly what it sounds like — meat, poached eggs and some sauce inside a little soft taco shell. It’s simple and yet crazy.


— Central Track  6/30/2015


Mr. Dallas: New spots for summer sips

Le Taco applies its own quirky mission – tacos you never thought of – to the curious layout of Scotch and Sausage, which remains intact: a front room that’s more foyer, opening to community seating in the main dining room. The cocktails are in transition, says managing partner Greger Nilzen, who’s bounded around Dallas nightspots for a decade, with changes to come shortly.


— Dallas Morning News, Mr. Dallas 6/13/2015



Flavors of Mexico
Dallas’ favorite cuisine takes off — again


Chef Daniel Tarasevich is turning out inventive global takes on Mexico’s favorite street food. He fashions smoked carnitas into tacos with grilled pineapple, red cabbage and santaka pepper salsa; Akaushi beef, crab meat, truffle cream, asparagus and Sriracha-spiked Choron sauce star in a taco called le Oscar.


— Dallas Morning News, Leslie Brenner 6/12/2015


10 New Dallas/Fort Worth Venues for Summer Meetings and Events


Le Taco Cantina, a “designer taco” restaurant with food prepared using fine-dining technique, replaced the former Scotch and Sausage restaurant in Oak Lawn in May. Under the same ownership, the space was remodeled with golden-hued butcher-block tables and a vibrant color scheme. The venue is available for buyout and seats 140 inside including at the bar and 65 outdoors or holds 150 indoors and 200 outdoors for receptions.


— BizBash  6/10/2015

Dyalan BigBites
When the Staycation Met the Taco | Le Taco Cantina-Rated 5 Stars


Of course, Le Oscar isn’t the only winner on the menu. Sweet and crisp, the moo shu duck confit is nothing short of amazing. Tender duck is crowned with fresh napa slaw, snow peas and hoisin sauce. All you need to know about the brisket taco is, the meat is smoked for 20 hours. Can you taste the tenderness yet?


— Texas Megabites  6/10/2015

Local Sugar
Le Taco Cantina: A New Take on Tacos


At Le Taco, it’s about fine dining without all the stuffiness; they pride themselves on offering unique tacos made with creative combinations of high-quality ingredients. Handmade corn tortillas become edible vessels for delectable cuisine you’ve probably never seen inside of a taco, and somehow, it all works perfectly.


— Local Sugar  5/26/2015

Zagat 5.22
5 New Restaurants to Try This Weekend in Dallas


Here, French cooking techniques and slow-cooked meats are used to create handheld treats with a fusion of Texas, Southwestern and Asian flavors.


— Zagat 5/22/2015




The torta burger arrived on a long, appetizer-y plate. It wasn’t as Sasquatch-huge as expected (the last torta I experienced literally eclipsed my face). The first bite set off a soy-sauce firework. The short rib patty was seared to a light crunch and big on flavor. Torta burger good. Torta burger have flavor punch.


— Dallas Observer 5/14/2015


Eat This Now: Le Oscar Taco at Le Taco Cantina


I ordered a moo shu duck confit taco with hoisin, snow peas and napa slaw and Le Oscar taco: a mound of Akaushi beef, lump crab, truffle cream, sriracha choron sauce, and asparagus. The Le Oscar taco was decadent, and according to Elchami is one of the restaurant’s best sellers.


— D Magazine 5/13/2015


Duck Tacos and Tequila Drinks on Oak Lawn


So far, so good. And about that tequila… there’s a lot of tequila. Mezcal, too. Which means you’ve got everything you need for an ambitious lunch break or an evening out with friends. To get started, we’d suggest grabbing one of those communal tables and just seeing what feels right.


— Urban Daddy   5/13/2015


Le Taco Cantina Brings Fusion Tacos and Tequila to Scotch & Sausage Space


Led by chef Daniel Tarasevich, former executive chef at Scott and Gina Gottlich’s The Second Floor at the Westin Galleria, Le Taco Cantina will serve tacos and tortas with a little Asian fusion thrown in for good measure.


— Eater   5/7/2015