When even slow-cooked, smokey pulled pork tacos fail to excite it’s time you explore something less familiar.
Brighton’s most magical Mexican has introduced a new high-protein, low-fat taco filling.
Move over masa fried chicken and bye-bye beef short rib, it’s time to try…
Tasty and nutritious… deep-fried grasshopper.
Please, don’t bug out.
This miniature-madness is actually a traditional food in the Oaxaca region of Mexico and has travelled across the Atlantic to challenge the bravest Brightonian’s palette.
We’re promised a tasty bug with a crunchy texture, served in a soft corn taco with locally-farmed shredded white cabbage, diced onion, radish and homemade salsa.
Rated and raved-about La Choza on Western Road serves affordable freshly-made Mexican street food alive with colour, endless inventive twisted-cocktails and now Brighton’s most daring dish.
Tell BuzzBRTN: would you eat grasshopper with your nachos and guacamole?