A San Franciscan expat of Spanish
descent and his Thai wife started the restaurant out
of necessity, as they could not find anything close to
the real Mexican food they left behind in California.
Start with guacamole and chips; the chunky green haas
avocado base is augmented with diced tomatoes, red
onion, lime juice and coriander. Supreme nacho is
crispy tortilla chips smothered in guacamole, cheese,
sour cream, fresh salsa and your choice of meat. Fish
taco here is excellent, the fish seasoned just right then
deep fried. It's a pleasure to have carnitas and al pastor
(spit-roasted) taco fillings on the menu. Tacos come
with either hard corn shells or soft flour tortilla wraps.
Chicken enchiladas in red sauce with rice and beans is
a great platter combo. If there's room, try churros for a
sweet, cinnamon-laced dessert.
For Bangkok's Mexican food lovers, this is the
place they've been waiting for all these years. The venue
is cheap and cheerful, but you come here not for the
interior design; you come for the food.
Mahat un Plaza, 888/26 Ploenchit Rd, Bangkok 10330
|Buffets: No || ||Dress code: Casual |
|Private Rooms: For 15-20 people ||Reservations: |
|Corkage: 300 baht ||Tel: 0-2650-9581 |
|Car Valet: No ||Price: 500 baht/person |
|Open Time: 11:30am-10:00pm |