Wasn't keen on eating Mexican in Cambodia but the food here was great. Great fast service from the very friendly staff. Cheap drinks and a great place to sit and people watch..
Weve been there a couple of times but from time to time the food is getting smaller. We always having an enchilada which is quite good but its getting smaller for still the same price of $5,50. We tried Nachhos as well and they were great. The Magaritas are great when you go at lunch time but they dont really... More
This Mexican place just off of Pub Street offers great tacos and cheap margaritas combined with a good ambiance. The music isn’t blasting too much, there are always specials worth taking advantage of and food is served fairly quickly. It’s not the most amazing Mexican food you’ll have, but then again you aren’t in Cambodia for Mexican food. It does... More
As someone who grew up in a Mexican household, I'd have to say this place has done a great job of bringing a Cambodian twist to Mexican food. The chicken tacos were yummy and the margaritas were strong! Great price, great food and pretty fast service.
Cool, cheap, nice, good! All you can hope after a long and tiring day in the temples. You can sit in nice chairs, on a very cool terrace. Enjoy your mexican food and your frozen Margarita (only 1,5dollar)!
Having been travelling in Asia for a month we were ready for something different for lunch. It's not the best Mexican in the world but if you are expecting to find that in Cambodia then that's your problem. I had a hearty vegetarian burrito and shared a jug of pineapple margarita with my friend. Totally hit the spot. My friend... More
The food was very average but a welcome difference to the local food. Unfortunately whilst eating our starter we noticed that bugs were falling from above. When we looked some little black bugs had made a best in the wicker lamp shade above a fan hence why they were falling ontop of us and into our food constantly. We moved... More
I am ashamed to say how much I love this place. I go there once, maybe twice a week and always order the same thing: Chimichanga. The other stuff is good, but there is something magical about their Chimichanga. If you're looking for a break from Khmer and standard cafe fair, this is the stop to make.
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