Queuing at the counter
The bright and cheery interior attracted my friend and I to have our lunch here before our movie. Actually, it feels more like a Mexican fast food restaurant rather than a restaurant because we have to queue up at the counter to order our food. It's also self service for the sauces and free flow drinks.
Sauces and drinks
There's four different sauces with different level of spiciness. From mild to medium to HOT. I've tried all four sauces and would like to comment that the HOT one was not as HOT as I imagine it to be. Try all four sauces as they all give different flavors. The mild sauce called Pico De Gallo is not spicy at all. It's made mainly of tomato chucks with onion. I can eat this on its own actually.
Ordered a corn and a flour tortillas for our Fajitas. This is also self service as we wrapped what we what to eat on the Tortillas. It's somewhat like the Nan in Indian dishes.
My shrimp fajitas. Comes with rice, veggie and black beans. So even if you don't wrapped it up, you can eat it with the rice too. The shrimps taste fresh and chewy to bite. It's quite a balanced meal as the tortillas provides proteins, the rice in small portion for carbohydrates and vegetables for a balance diet. This is a memorable dining moment for me because
it's my first time eating Mexican food and the manager is friendly enough to come up, walk to our table and asked if the food is okay. The price is reasonable too.
Fajitas Shrimp Set
Date of Visit: Feb 19, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately $15.00(Lunch)Other Ratings: