I don't know authentic mexican food, so as one reviewer pointed out: I don't know what I'm missing...
However I really enjoyed my visit here: a buzzing vibe (live mexican songs played and sung by two mexicans walking around the restaurant with their guitars) and good food and drink.
We wanted to both order the "Quesos fundidos" as a starter and the waiter kindly informed us that one would be enough as we would otherwise suffer from a cheese overload!
My girlfriend being a vegetarian ordered it for us without the chorizo in it. I thought this would be a shame but in the end it was perfectly yummy since it also had mushrooms and courgette -
kind of like a mexican fondue to be wrapped in fajitas.
We both had great quesadillas as mains - I loved mine with beef in it and it wasn't at all greasy or fatty - delicious!
I delighted myself with their mexican red wine, a Cabernet Sauvignon and a Petite Sirah (the latter the lighter of the two), while my fiancé took pleasure in their cocktails: they have a whole booklet dedicated to describing interesting facts about the cocktails, where they come from and their ingredients!
My only confusion was: what is El Mexicano and what is Cuba Cafe Bar...?!
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