We saw that Domo Taco recently revamped their menu, with a bunch of new dishes and the removal of other dishes.
In addition to tacos and rice bowls, they now have quesadillas and burritos for main courses. On the protein front, kimchi falafel, an occasional special, was added to the regular menu, as was tempura shrimp.
For appetizers, they kept the nacho tots but got rid of the yakisoba. Domo Taco also added an over easy mulita, a 7-layer dip, and fried gyoza to the starters.
Wanting to try the new items, we ordered the gyoza appetizer for $4 and a shrimp tempura quesadilla for $8.
After waiting for 25 minutes, we finally got our lunch! That’s way too long.