This place is an undiscovered gem. Hardly anyone in the place - just a few tables occupied. Hubby had the mole - he is a real mole aficienado, and knows good and bad mole when he tastes it! Apparently the chef is using his Mexican grandmother's recipes, and the mole was amng the best he has ever had. I had the Enchalada Suisse with black beans and spanish rice - really really good. The black beans and the rice were perfectly cooked and very flavorful. We did have to ask for tortillas though, and the waitress must have been new because she told us they did not have flour tortillas! She came back though and said she was mistaken. Of course they have flour tortillas.......
The decor is very nice, with masks and unique objects from Mexico scattered around the room. The menu features dishes from other Latin countries as well, including Argentina and Venezuela. Very interesting menu.
Okay, now I'm going to share something negative you, and the restaurant, should heed. I'm not sure how long this place is going to be around, although it only opened in November. The place has four investers - one is the chef. Two of the owner partners were dining near us. One of the two women began berating the other in a very loud voice, basically being overheard by everyone in the restaurant. She was talking about having bad and slow service, saying she was not going to put any more money in the restaurant, couldn't bring anyone there, and that it ws her partner's responsibility to fix these matters, and just going on and on in a very beligerant and public way. It was embarrassing to hear, and must have been horrible for the partner being yelled at, being subjected to this public humiliation.
So enjoy your mole and enchaladas while you can, because there is definitely trouble at Fridas, and given the lack of diners, and the public chewing out, I would give it a less than 50/50 chance!
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