After two successful years in Tofino, acclaimed taco vendors Tacofino have hit the Vancouver streets after impressing the judges and landing a license to sell its Baja-inspired tacos.
Described by media reviewers as “possibly the best Mexican, or at least the best fish tacos in BC”, Tacofino’s offerings are made from scratch with love but without the wait by Kaeli Robinsong.
Tacofino was born out of a desire to create a unique dining experience by offering quality, freshness and affordability with an environmental and nutritional conscience,” says Kaeli. “Our menu is inspired by our world travels, taking the Baja-style taco to another level”.

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ICYMI, 〰️ Ocho 〰️ got nominated for Best New Design in this year’s Vancouver Magazine 2019 Vancouver Restaurant Awards 🙏🏻

A note about Ocho: Vancouver’s Shiloh Sukkau — who also blueprinted the design of our Gastown, Yaletown and Oasis locations — found her inspiration in the folk-art flower motif adopted as a sign of peace by the counterculture movements of the 1960s. At Ocho, she uses it as a template for the corrugated-concrete bar and planter that serve as centerpieces and in the design of the interlocking tables and graphics for signage and menus. She also contrasts the motif and highlights the industrial origins of the building — originally home to a manufacturer of electrical components for the allied war effort in 1942 — by incorporating unfinished materials such as concrete, wood and steel into the space.
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ICYMI, 〰️ Ocho 〰️ got nominated for Best New Design in this year’s Vancouver Magazine 2019 Vancouver Restaurant Awards 🙏🏻
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A note about Ocho: Vancouver’s Shiloh Sukkau — who also blueprinted the design of our Gastown, Yaletown and Oasis locations — found her inspiration in the folk-art flower motif adopted as a sign of peace by the counterculture movements of the 1960s. At Ocho, she uses it as a template for the corrugated-concrete bar and planter that serve as centerpieces and in the design of the interlocking tables and graphics for signage and menus. She also contrasts the motif and highlights the industrial origins of the building — originally home to a manufacturer of electrical components for the allied war effort in 1942 — by incorporating unfinished materials such as concrete, wood and steel into the space.

 

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Well deserved nomination! LOVE her style 💜

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