<BR>El Rocho's is Singapore's answer to a Mexican dining experience. Come and try some of the tastiest, freshest, and most authentic Mexican flavors you've ever had at affordable prices. continue reading
Mon - Sat
11:30 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:00
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Wanted to give hubby a treat and it will have to be Mexican delight. So the good reviews of El Rocho's brought us here.We started with a Nacho Supreme and it's really quite awesome. When you use fresh ingredients and crispy nachos, the results can't be poor. The minced beef is lovely with its sauce and topped with lettuce, sour cream and fresh guacamole, and other fresh bits and bobs, I was fighting my hubby till the last piece.Hub ordered a pork Burrito and it's nice and thick! Appearance alone not enough, taste is where it counts. And taste it has! The burrito is chock full of flavour, every bite is really a delight. I honestly had to stop myself from eating it all!I went for the Mole con Pollo which is essentially grilled chicken coated with chocolate. I know the whole savory chocolate is a bit strange but it's not. Because the chocolate used is dark chocolate and it's not sweet. It's cooked with the spices so it's just really really tasty and slightly spicy sauce. My first bite was strange tasting but as I ate on, the whole flavour just grew on me! Awesome stuff!!The meal was SO good that I mentally needed to wash it down with another round of nacho supreme!! But my weak stomach couldn't handle too much goodness. We'll just have to bring more people to eat more! It's officially our all time favourite Mexican restaurant locally!!! continue reading
I can't believe I never spotted this mexican place while working in the vicinity until my friend introduced me to it. The place was rather conspicuous amidst the drinking holes around circular road, but its no fuss mexican food sure brings in the regulars. I had the chicken mole, which seem rather interesting because it stated 'chocolate' as one of its ingredients. Being a chocolate lover, I knew i had to try it despite it sounding slightly weird in an otherwise savoury dish. It was not too bad, you don't taste the chocolate much, although I can't really give the sauce a defined taste. I did however like the beans though, which goes quite well with the dish. Other wise, the chicken was rather tender, although the dish didn't remind me one bit of mexican cuisine except for the beans part. I saw many other things other tables were eating which looked quite delicious. Will definitely come back to check it out. continue reading