Tako Cheena will be opening a new location soon

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This picture makes the original Tako Cheena look a lot more spacious than it really is. - PHOTO BY ALDRIN CAPULONG
  • Photo by Aldrin Capulong
  • This picture makes the original Tako Cheena look a lot more spacious than it really is.

The Mills 50 Asian/Mexican joint Tako Cheena will be opening a second location, right up the street. Literally. 

Tako Cheena's current location (932 N. Mills Ave.), will become "Tako Cheena Express," which will be geared toward the late-night crowd and will feature a service window for takeout and pickup, according to Bungalower



The site also claims that the new location, located in the old Forbidden City building (948 N. Mills Ave.), will be focused on table service and will utilize the fun and eccentric front patio, which will double the amount of seating.

This comes on the heels of our recent report that Tako Cheena co-founder Pom Moongauklang plans to open a commissary and cooking school.



Tako Cheena's new home is expected to open within the next couple months, just in time for their four-year anniversary. 


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