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2010-06-30 42 views
Cha Cha Cha. Catchy right? Well, at least that’s what we thought! So we decided to be spontaneous and just go for it Actually, we couldn’t really figure out anything even though descriptions were given in the menu. Almost wanted to walk out. Haha. Everything looked pretty much the same and umm…foreign.. But we were quite gung ho at the same time. Eenie meenie miney moe!The spontaneous friend surprised me with an order of Cerdo con Salsa Verde ($18). What’s that you ask? I’d like to know too! It
The spontaneous friend surprised me with an order of Cerdo con Salsa Verde ($18). What’s that you ask? I’d like to know too! It’s actually Mexican pork stew served with Mexican rice and flour tortillas. Now how do you eat it? The pork stew is a bit too salty to be eaten on its own. Rice is slightly spicy. So the way to go is to eat it popiah style!
One of the cheaper mains in the menu but it’s so so.. not so so, but so so awesome. I’m kidding you not. The Flauta ($13.50) is basically two pieces of flour tortillas filled with shredded chicken rolled into a shape of a flute, deep fried and topped with mexicana salsa, sour cream and guacamole. What’s guacamole? It’s an avocado-based dip. The shredded chicken was moist and buttery. Even though it’s deep fried, I didn’t find it oily at all. And I loved everything about it. If you ever have lunch or dinner at Cha Cha Cha, please send the Flauta my love.
Really wanted to try the churros but we already had plans for dessert elsewhere. Sometimes, you need to stick to your plans too ;)
Read it here: http://foodoshoot.wordpress.com/2010/05/10/cha-cha-cha-mexican-restaurant-speedy-gonzales-why-dont-cha-come-home/