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The concept of Margarita's is to deliver authentic, quality Mexican food the homemade way. They aim for food that is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also tasty. They offer a memorable dining experience in a pleasant ambience for friends and family. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Open Till Late
Signature Dishes
Review (3)
Level4 2014-05-16
wife organised a 4pax family dinner at magarita’s @ dempsey on 14.4.2014. i was never quite into mexican food, but i guessed this was as good a time to start…haha.seemed it was quite difficulty to get a booking. 3 of us went early at 630pm, among the first few tables. JH came later as he had to work late. the place was quite full actually, just couple tables unoccupied at 730pm.the reviews in hungrygowhere wasn’t too great, the few in 2014 commented it was expensive. tripadvisor had more good reviews.i still learning to tell burritos, fajitas (pronounced fa-hee-tas), enchiladas & what not.my initial impression hearing about the place was more drinking than food. but as it turned out, food was quite good really. we ordered a nachos, crab enchiladas (their specialty), a mixed chicken & prawns fajitas and a i think roast pork taco, and a 3-milk cake. nachos picture was too dark. my wife & i both did not bring our hp. after JH arrived, he used his hp (torch app) to shine the torch on the food for my daughter to take, so photos turned out better. all these phone apps are really useful. the nachos (a tortilla chip usually served as snack) with melted cheese, refried beans, jalapeno pepper etc was very good i thought. the word refried black beans intrigued me, so i googled. according to wikipedia, apparently the word is a mistranslation=in mexican spanish, re is an informal emphasis for very or well, so refried means very fried or well fried & refers to cooked and mashed beans. learn something everyday! the roast pork taco (top photo) was good too. the meat was more like braised than roast, and the texture was a pulled pork. braised & pulled textures not my favourite. the seasoning & taste was good. the corn tortillas were served separately (5 pieces) in a cloth warmer.& so was the prawns & chicken fajitas. the prawns were really nice & bouncy & the chicken was tasty & tender. the wheat tortillas were served separately (5 pieces) in a cloth warmer.all the food were really much above my expectations, though i did not actually expect much to start with…haha..but for its fun to know new food. the crab enchiladas was the restaurant’s specialty & was very good. crab meat & sauce were tasty & overall a very good dish.we ordered the tres leches (3-milk) cake, with the exuberant encouragement/ suggestion by i think the proprietor. he said everyone though it was good, especially that it was not too sweet. cake was ok, quite good. i learned afterwards that you could buy a carton of tres leches mix (say) from belmontemex, let it soaked through a cake for at least 24hrs to make a supposedly luscious 3-milk cake. cake was more dense than a normal cake as a result but still fluffy not dense like a cheesecake.i quite ok with it but not my favourite c/w (say) chocolate lava cake, cheese cake, some chocolate cakes & especially the passion fruit meringue from the patissier. service was good & friendly. bill was S$234nett, or about S$154nett less the drinks. we had an enjoyable evening & i got to quite like the food. will be back. but maybe will try out cafe iguana or others first. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-31
hola est mexicana!These chicken fajitas were awesome.warm fajita pockets and thick slices of juicy chicken breast meat.How do they seal in the juices and flavours like that? But why do they only give stingy amounts of cheese, sour cream and guacamole?I want more! And just to note, they charge for extras. Hmm.It's too dark inside to see a thing but well, the food spoke for itself. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-29
We went to Margarita's to celebrate a friend's birthday dinner. I ordered the mixed mushroom rice with the crepe. The crepe was filled with meat fillings which tasted great when eaten together with the sauce. It costs around $25 for the meal which I felt the price was a little costly. The ambience was great for chill out as we were tucked at a cosy corner of the restaurant. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)