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London, United Kingdom
April 21, 2005
The rest of the place is very colourful, though, with bright orange and yellow walls and tablecloths. It’s nicer to sit at the back of the restaurant, where long skylights give the feel of an open courtyard when compared to the darker area at the front.
The quality and quantity of the food may have explained why the place was full of Americans when we visited. Four chicken fajitas, four margaritas, and two lemonades ran at about 400ps for four people (although it could have easily fed six).
We also spotted some huge kebabs coming out of the kitchen, and had we gone back, I would have definitely ordered one of their shrimp or chicken kebabs.
The complimentary chips and salsa were especially good, with a very spicy green salsa; a milder, smoky brown salsa; and a serving of sour cream.
From journal Eat, shop, and sleep well in San Miguel de Allende
April 30, 2002
Friendly staff brings you generous portions of fajitas and brochettes of all kinds -- camerones, pollos, carne or verdures. (Shrimp, chicken, beef or vegetable) Nothing else on the menu though so this is not the place for you if you don’t like fajitas.
Moderate prices with lunch or dinner casting from $5 to $12 US. I had the Fajitas Pollo and was superb including a lovely vegetable garnish. Cold beer or soft drinks available. Souvenirs on sale for the true tourist!
From journal Where to Go- What to Eat in San Miguel
los angeles, California
December 19, 2001
From journal Day of the Dead in San Miguel De Allende