Cuisine: Mexican

The colourful Mexican blanket and sombrero draped over a bench by the front door beckon you into this fairly compact, noisy, often lively eatery. Snack on complimentary corn chips accompanied by a decent homemade salsa and choose from a range of tacos, burritos, fajitas, chimichangas and the like. Servings are as unpretentious and large as the Mexican-born owner’s personality and most mains, such as a tasty shredded beef enchilada $17, arrive with lashings of cheese, rice, blackbeans and sauces. The venue is a favourite grazing place for growing adolescents with ravenous appetites. Service is sometimes a little hit-and-miss, though no one seems to mind. If you can make room for dessert, sugary churros with cinnamon and rich chocolate sauce $6 shouldn’t be missed.

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