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México’s national dish! (a.t.f.) from conquerors to monarchs to the present visiting dignitaries, to México, from all over the world have enjoyed this elaborated dish known to be as old as the chiles, cocoa & pumpkins seeds it is made of. mole is a nun’s tale & a mouthful of ﬂavors.
Pollo en Pipián
In precolumbian times the tarascans & the aztecas in central México created this sauce w/ ground roasted pumpkin seeds & dry chiles to accompany their ﬁsh & wild game. today in the state of zacatecas a traditional wedding is not complete without pipián.
Beef Chile Rojo
Bite size pieces of mildly seasoned tender beef, cooked in a red chile sauce.
Pork Chile Verde
Carefully trimmed pork meat cut into small chunks & slowly cooked w/ green chiles & tomatillos.
Slices of steak sautéed w/ grilled bell peppers, onions & tomatoes.
Carefully trimmed pork meat slowly cooked in a copper kettle, then browned & served w/ guacamole & tortillas so you can make your own tacos.
Since opening in the Spring of 1985, El Mirasol Cocinca Mexicana has built a reputation for consistently serving piping hot plates of artfully prepared Mexican regional cuisine and tangy, flavorful Margaritas. Both El Mirasol locations feature a singular focus on wholesome, fresh food with house specialties like Chicharron en Salsa, our rich aromatic Mole Sauce, thickening the sauces using flax seed, and hand made Corn Tortillas made fresh daily. Expand your Mexican food horizons with regional selections like Shrimp, Scallops or Chicken in Pipian Sauce, Spinach Enchiladas in Chile Verde or enjoy traditional favorites like Carnitas, Carne Asada and Chiles Rellenos are gluten free. The Castaneda…
If you're an aficionado of Tex-Mex and Cal-Mex food, you'll find this busy place average, no more. Mexican cuisine should be loaded with flavor, so I was disappointed when I had to reach for the salt and pepper. The portions are satisfactory, and the service...More
First of all, this is a nice Mexican restaurant, not the Ritz. So it's not super fancy, but it's comfortable when sitting in the outdoor courtyard and the food is exactly what it should be -- delicious. We look forward to returning to this casual...More
We ate dinner at El Mirasol last night. They have a large patio area and a somewhat smaller indoor dining area. It was a little cool, so we elected to eat inside (though most people were out on the patio). The menu is standard Mexican...More
I traveled here with a group of girls who love their Mexican food. This was a good find for us, with reasonable prices and portion sizes, outdoor seating with a heater and a lovely ambiance. The staff was very friendly and gave great recommendations alongside...More
We've stopped by in the past when in Palm Springs and the food has always been good as well as the service. The queso fundido was definitely real cheese and not some soupy imitation cheese, but it was a little hard to eat once it...More
El Mirasol is literally the first stop from the airport any time we come to Palm Springs, because we can’t wait to get a taste of their incredible food.
Try not to fill up on the homemade chips and salsa before the main course (trust...More
Met old friends there for lunch and it was incredible. Everyone had something different and all said it was awesome. I had the chicken burrito and loved it. It was a large serving so I got to finish it last night. My wife had the...More
Having lived in Palm Springs, we went often to El Mirasol. It was our go to place for Mexican food. Now living on the east coast we miss great Mexican food and miss El Mirasol. It’s our first stop when we come back to the...More
Their south location on Palm Canyon does not serve breakfast. They do, however, have a second location that does just a mile or so away. Check our their location at El Mirasol Los Arboles on Indian Canyon at the intersection... More
Their south location on Palm Canyon does not serve breakfast. They do, however, have a second location that does just a mile or so away. Check our their location at El Mirasol Los Arboles on Indian Canyon at the intersection of Tamarisk. It is a part of a small resort they run and I think open earlier for breakfast.