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The food was not so tasty and the chicken chop is not tat type. They fryed crunch with little bit of bitter taste at the and of muching. And the Nachos nt very much tasty. It is a simple dish as we can make our...More
It's nearby to the beach, so it's quite cozy, but with mosquitoes too. However, the mosquitoes do not bite everyone, it choose its prey. Lol. I never been getting bite but my bf always become its prey. The restaurant is quiet and easy to chat....More
My girlfriend and I recently went to El Cactus for some Nachos and Fajitas. There were many vegetarian options for us and they served us some great meals. Afterwards, we had a nice beer and cocktail which was very pleasing.
A mexican restaurant without an ounce of Mexican feel. This is not to say it wasnt ok, cz it was. And the food was great, albeit alittle pricey. But it could really use a little revamp or redecoration of some sort.
We first went for...More
El Cactus has always been a visit during each of our PD trips. However, the experience appears to be deteriorating with every visit. Service and environment had no change.
But the food was a real letdown! We ordered nachos, burritos and aglio alio pasta in...More
I would have to admit their Nachos and Quesadillas is one of the best food. They do serve other food but I have not tried them.
The cocktails and mocktails are not bad either.
Just beware of mosquitos. They are always there. But incense sticks...More
My family & I have been visiting El Cactus for years now (dinner). Good food, good drinks. Be sure to have the provided mosquito coils next to you to prevent being bitten by mosquitos (during the night). Decent eating-out place in PD.