A quest for good food can be achieved easily but a quest for good taco is not an easily accomplishable task. But a father- daughter duo in the city of New York has quelled this hunt for true taco lovers.
Danikkah Josan, the co-founder was born to an Indian father and Latina mother. Her passion towards food drove her towards prototyping a common concept with a twist. She tapped into her city’s resources and teamed up with a visionary creative director who shared the same passion for food, rebranding and redesigning the space at a prime location.
What makes this Indo-Mexican fusion food court more special is the thought process that went behind it. We all know that Taj Mahal was built as a representation of 'eternal love', so Taco Mahal is a representation for everyone who are in love with tacos.
Danikkah is inherited with the gift of exquisite taste from both her parents and she carried forward this flair of hers by beautifully blending two cultures into one taco. The delicious spices of East Eats and West Zest are together wrapped in a pillowy soft Naan bread or Roti and are so far considered to be the best fusion.
Mr. Josan opened the first Indian restaurant 30 years ago on the North West corner of Bleecker and Seventh Avenue in the West Village of NY. A few years later, that restaurant was transformed into a magazine shop and now has been revamped as Taco Mahal.
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