Deez is in a small cottage with an outdoor area as well. It's a fairly quirky place - the menus are on the wall and large boards scattered around. There's nice comfy seating especially outside. Service is friendly and cheerful in a relaxed and laid back way.
Food is excellent - the nachos grande were historic - massive portion. Very interesting take on beef fajita with a type of stew rather than fried up meat - very nice indeed - and decent tacos.
Not expensive, and different to the normal food you find in this part of town. Recommended.
If you own or manage Deez Mexican Bistro, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.