This local secret hidden on a sleepy Žižkov side street serves up quality—and spicy—Mexican standards paired with the single best selection of tequilas in Prague. Unlike a lot of Czech-Mex, the kitchen here is unafraid of the heat, from the moderately piquant fried jalapeños to thermonuclear chipotles with adobo sauce. Milder concoctions add balance, including a crispy chicken chimichanga that makes an encore appearance stuffed with bananas and vanilla ice cream
(minus the chicken, of course). Quality añejos round out the drinks list, which features 220 different kinds of tequila and makes for some raucous evenings. Adding desert-outpost feel, the outdoor seating is penned in by a wood fence.
Oct 11, 2013
We looked up this restaurant but didn't go in. We went expecting the $$ classification, but it seemed alot more expensive than that. Also, the restaurant was empty (Monday night), so we didn't feel like eating an expensive meal in an empty restaurant.