Chips & guacamole 15.50
Chips & pico de gallo 12
Chips & black beans 9
Chips, guacamole & pico 19.50
Cheese quesadilla plate* 18
(*includes pico, guacamole & sour cream)
House made corn chips topped with our black beans, melted cheese, daily-made guacamole, fresh pico de gallo and sour cream. Gluten free.
Add chicken, beef or pork 6
A traditional creamy tomato-based soup filled with handmade strips of crispy corn tortillas, diced light cheese, sour cream and dried pasilla peppers.
A broth soup filled with chicken, rice, chickpeas, carrots, peas and avocado. Gluten free.
A cast iron skillet of creamy melted Mexican cheeses topped with mild peppers, cilantro and our house made chorizo (or try vegetarian). Served with a basket of our fresh made corn chips. Gluten free.
With chorizo 17
With nopales/cactus 17
The best tacos in Mexico are sold from street vendors, and now you have them right here... soft corn tortillas filled with your choice of filling. Served with our Mexican rice or beans and chips. Gluten free.
Choose from any filling below
Order of two 22
Order of three 26
Mainly a central Mexican recipe of wheat tortillas filled with a savoury mixture of usually stewed meat and/or vegetables and cheese, cooked on a griddle, then folded to form a half-moon shape. Includes sour cream, guacamole and pico de gallo.
Choose from any filling below
Order of two 22.50
Order of three 26.50
Delicious Homemade Fillings
Tinga de Pollo
Originating from Puebla, shredded chicken in a rich sauce made of red tomatoes, chipotle chili and onion strips. Lettuce, feta and sour cream on top.
Mole con Pollo
Mole is an ancient Mexican word for “mix” and is commonly believed to originate in early colonial Puebla. Created by poor nuns for the archbishop with what they had. A world famous sauce including chili peppers, spices, day-old bread, nuts and a bit of chocolate poured over shredded chicken. Cheese, lettuce and sour cream on top. Contains nuts.
Found mostly in food stands along the roads of Texcoco, a rural area approximately 40 kilometers east of Mexico City, cuts of marinated beef are slow cooked under a layer of banana leaves with spices, then shredded and served with it’s own thick red sauce. Cilantro and onion on top.
A flavourful Mexican favourite of fresh ground beef sautéed with blended guajillo chiles, potatoes, carrots, onions and tomatoes. Lettuce, feta and sour cream on top.
Order of three 27.50
Quesabirria, also called Red Tacos, is a Mexican dish comprising birria-style cooked beef folded into a tortilla with melted Mozzarella and served with a side of rich broth for dipping. The dish gained popularity through Instagram. Served with our famous red rice or black beans. Gluten-free.
The famed king of tacos. Pork is marinated in a com‐ bination of dried chilies, spices and pineapple juice, then roasted with pineapple and onion. Cilantro and onion on top.
Originating in the state of Michoacán. The best carnitas are made by slowly simmering pork in lard until tender, drained/salted, a hint of cinnamon and flame braised. Cilantro and onion on top. Honestly delicious.
From the Yucatán: The traditional pibil involves marinating the meat in strongly acidic citrus juice, seasoning it with annatto seed (which imparts a vivid burnt orange colour), and roasting the meat while it is wrapped in banana leaf. Served on a thin layer of beans. Cilantro and onion on top.
A Mexican sausage with distinctive smokiness and deep red colour from dried chili peppers and paprika. Cilantro, onion and jalapeño on top.
Beans, rice, lettuce, pico de gallo, guacamole and feta.
Nopales La Bonita
Nopales cactus, simmered tomatoes, guacamole, onions and mushrooms on black beans. Sprinkled with epazote and fresh cilantro on top
A chalupa is a specialty dish of South-Central Mexico; crispy golden corn tortillas topped with lots of sauce, meat, Mozzarella, onion and cilantro. Served with our red rice and black beans. Gluten-free.
Two red with beef + two green with chicken 26.50
Mole is a complex, rich sauce usually reserved for special occasions in Mexico. The best part about attending a wedding or a quinceañera is that often mole is going to be served. Preparing mole is very time consuming, labour intensive and requires many ingredients (including 10 different varieties of chiles alone). Contains nuts.
Choose from Pollo (chicken), Picadillo (beef), or Queso Mixto (cheese)
Stuffed super burrito with your choice of beef, pork, chicken, or vegetarian filling. Additionally topped with a warm green tomatillo sauce, sour cream and cheese. Served with Mexican rice and salad OR beans and tortilla chips.
Choose from any filling above
Super Burrito 26
Literally translated as “golden tacos”, these are a particularly popular offering of sidewalk vendors across Mexico. Rolled corn tortillas are filled then deep-fried and served covered in sour cream, green tomatillo sauce, shredded lettuce and crumbled cheese. Served with our Mexican rice and pico de gallo. Gluten free.
Choose from Pollo (chicken), Barbacoa (beef), Carnitas (pork), or Queso (cheese)
Order of four 25
Enchiladas originated in Mexico, where the practice of rolling lightly fried tortillas around other food dates back to at least Mayan times. Stuffed with the filling of your choice then oven-baked, covered in melted cheese, fresh green or red sauce, then layered with more sauce, sour cream, lettuce and crumbled cheese on top. Comes accompanied with Mexican rice and our homemade refried beans. Gluten free.
Choose from Pollo (Chicken), Vegetarian de la Bonita, or Queso Mixto (Cheese)
Enchiladas Rojas 26
Enchiladas Verdes 26
A famous, crispy, deep-fried dessert rolled in cinnamon sugar and accompanied by chocolate or caramel dipping sauces sold at night by street vendors in almost every city centre where the action is taking place.
Three churros and your choice of dipping sauce 12.50
Flan (Crème Caramel)
A melt-in-your-mouth sweet and rich custard dessert topped with caramel sauce. A Mexican twist on the traditional manner, it is cooked inverted and flipped just before serving to reveal the delicious caramelized sugar topping!
Hey! Its time to accept who we are tonight. 3 Skulls filled with joy:
Skull 1- Rose Tequila
Skull 2- Baileys Cream and Horchata
Skull 3- Mezcal and Chocolate
Served with an assortment of seasonal fruits exotic fruits.
What a way to finish the night! Go home happy.
Pastel de Tres Leches
Mexico's famously moist sponge cake soaked in a delicious mixture of condensed milk, evaporated milk, and cream. This latin-style cake is typically served at weddings and special events in and is always the first to go!
Individually-baked mini cake 8.5
Carlotas de Limón
A popular Mexican no-bake dessert. Creamy with multiple layers of flavored cookies covered in a fresh-squeezed lime sauce, frozen for a few hours to give it a creamy, ice cream like texture. Light and refreshing!
Individually chilled portion 5
Choco-Flan “Impossible Flan”
A combination of the creaminess of flan with the richness of chocolate cake for an all-in-one dessert you will love.