Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
June 27, 2005
Worth a mention is the platter to share as a starter, with all kinds of fried tidbits and plenty of salsa. The mains are the usual burritos, enchiladas, chili, etc. The refried beans were something of a disappointment (always one of my criterion for a good a Mexican meal), but the margaritas weren't bad (the other criterion).
We went there as part of a big group, and the service was slow to the point of painful. You may fare better as part of a smaller group.
The restaurant has separate smoking and non-smoking areas and an outside area which is a nice place to sit after your meal on warm nights or just to drop by for a drink (you need not order food).
Reasonably good value for money, but drinks bump up the cost.
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