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Mamá Park
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Dooriban
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Makan
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Galanga Thai
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Tachinomi Desu
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Bao Bao
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Pho King
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Mog
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Masala y maiz
Mexico City

Asian Owned Businesses in Mexico City


In light of the sharp increase in racist attacks on the Asian community across the world, we have put together a list of Asian owned businesses in Mexico City for you to support. This list of Asian owned businesses in CDMX is a result of collaboration across our global community and is by no means exhaustive. There are so many more incredible businesses out there and we welcome all suggestions. We’ll be updating this guide regularly, so if you feel like sharing, please email here. We'd like to thank Adolfo López Serrano and Luis Ceronava for helping us put this list together.

In light of the sharp increase in racist attacks on the Asian community across the world, we have put together a list of Asian owned businesses in Mexico City for you to support. This list of Asian owned businesses in CDMX is a result of collaboration across our global community and is by no means exhaustive. There are so many more incredible businesses out there and we welcome all suggestions. We’ll be updating this guide regularly, so if you feel like sharing, please email here. We'd like to thank Adolfo López Serrano and Luis Ceronava for helping us put this list together.

Mamá Park

During Covid-19 Seo Ju Park and Sofia Acosta, both from Mexico City, started their Kimchi project because they felt Mexico City lacked a good Kimchi and K-Food project.

Check out there Instagram here

Dooriban

Dooriban is a dark kitchen family style K-food project by Mamá Park, using Seo Ju Park's mom's recipes for the best Korean food experience.

Makan

Makan is a Singaporean bites and wine bar space owned by Singaporean born Maryann and her Mexican partner Mario.

Instagram page here

Galanga Thai

Founded by Thai-born Somsri Raksamran and her Mexican husband, Galanga Thai is one of the most known Thai restaurants in Mexico City.

Tachinomi Desu

Tachinomi Desu is one of Mexico city's coolest bars offering a large array of Sakes from Japan and some even made in Mexico. The bar is part of Edo Kobayashi's group. Edo is a Japanese-Mexican who owns several of the city's most iconic Asian spots.

Bao Bao

Bao Bao is a Taiwanese eatery owned by Taiwanese-Panamanian Kathy Fong who opened this spot to best represent the diverse gastronomy of this tiny Asian island.

Pho King

Vietnamese restaurant chain that opened in 2019 and now has three open restaurants in Mexico City and one upcoming in Cancún with Mexico's best Vietnamese food.

Mog

Go upstairs to the little steak Japanese joint they run. It’s a hidden entrance to the side of the actual restaurant and kind of an insider thing

Masala y maiz

Go on the weekend for the barbacoa