It's more of a higher class Mexican place... not like ze mexican dives out there (love those too!) :p And certainly not like 3 Amigos... but we understand each other... 3 Amigos is NOT Mexican. This place is very cute and seems a tad fancy at first glance. But then you see all the funny paintings of dogs with mustaches and you're like 'pfff, I fit right in!' (uh, not that I have a mustache or anything). Anyhoot, this resto has around 70 seats and although many tables said 'reserved' when we arrived, most of them were unoccupied when we left 1 hour and a half later :/ Oh, there's also a terrasse at the back but on that day, it was way too chilly to attempt eating outside.
We chose to share our plates (the best thing to do, always!).We chose the nachos, the shrimp salad, the tilapia ceviche, the chicken tacos el pastor and the shrimp tacos. Of course...what goes well with mexican food? Well sangria of course! It was actually quite good(not the best)... and we had the white one (way better than the red one I believe).
The ceviche was very pretty, the fish was perfect, tender and tasty. The lime was present but not too much and the pickled onions were a nice touch and totally added to all the flavors. Lea couldn't get enough of it!
The chicken tacos were wonderful, with frsh salsa and sour cream and with an extra of salsa verde. YUM-MY! The chicken was well charred which brought out its flavors and again, the coriander was very present (me LOVES coriander) There was also a hint of pineapple which added a little je ne sais quoi ;)
At the end, I was so full, I had to tell my food to 'get in my belly' because I wanted to eat the whole thing!
As for the service, well our waiter, who was very present at first only to be very absent near the end, forgot the shrimp tacos. Grrr. I hate it when waiters forget a part of your meal! And at first, we got lots of water service and then not so much. It's like he lost interest in working?!!
And now, the scores!