This is a place that serves Mexican food. The place has a lounge feel to rather than a typical restaurant which seems to work in it's favour. The music was from the 90s and was nice and soft. This was good since I hate places that blast music and you have to shout over it to talk. They had a buffet menu in addition to the a-la-carte. We tried chicken quesadilla, tenderloin, chicken sausage and fish fingers for starters. I found the tenderloin very nice. The others were not bad as well. They also had omlettes to order. Pretty interesting. I had a beer while my wife had a Mexican Sangria which was quite good.
The buffet was an interesting mix of Mexican and Chinese cuisines. They had some salad and bread as well. They also had a selection of some after meal wines and coffees which looked very interesting but unfortunately I did not have enough space to down anything after that meal and dessert.
The service was very good and we were well attended to. I will definitely go there again.
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