However you say it, their burritos are yummy! The moon cafe can take a lesson there on how to whip up something close to authentic mexican burritos.
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Been there the first time and its quite good. Can accommodate big group, prices are affordable and staffs are accommodating. Favorite Nachos!
One of the first movers in the Tex mex scene in the country, chihuahua used to be good. Up to now I think it has one of the best frozen margaritas in town (but expensive). Unfortunately, the food has suffered. I tried to order the...More
Ok, the food is not to die for but still good; affordable with big servings. What I love most is the cozy ambiance. There are free board games that can occupy your time and bond with family and friends; to stay away from the net...More
Mexican food is hard to make bad. These guys can do that easily. Little of any ingredients, if it is to be served hot, you are lucky if it's warm. salt? Too much, cheese, nowhere to be found. Avocado, get real. These guys can skimp...More
Their greenbelt branch is much better than their Makati Avenue branch (which is now closed). We've been here several times since last year. The place is better... the overall feel of the place is better. And they have promos on certain days. Pros: - good...More
I ordered a number of dishes from this restaurant and all were, without exception awful, even by the low standards of Manila. It is very difficult to make chili con carne tasteless but these guys managed to do it and add undercooked kidney beans to...More