Take a stroll to the opposite end of Front Street from the ferry terminal and you'll discover Bermuda's very own slice of Mexico. The walls covered in festive memorabilia and hand-painted landscapes—you'll be reaching for the sombrero before you know it! If spicy food is your calling, you'll love the Mexican specialties such as the Baja beer-battered fish tacos, chicken enchiladas with jalapeño chili relleno, and tequila-flavored shrimp. For a fun and exciting meal
opt for their famous fajitas; marinated meat and veggies are served sizzling-hot in a cast-iron skillet with warm flour tortillas, cheese, and guacamole. Don't miss the all-you-can-eat ribs nights on Tuesday and Thursday. There's also a cocktail list, featuring about ten different margaritas, mojitos, and blended daiquiris.
Aug 12, 2009
The service was poor, the food was worse. I know Mexican food, and this wasn't it. They would do well to bring in an actual Mexican cook, as their current menu is laughable if not pathetic. I have also had occasion to sample their catering; oh my what a disappointment. Out of the box into the fryer. Someone needs to get a clue.