Very welcoming staff, who were friendly and helpful throughout the evening.
This restaurant has a rather strange menu - half Mexican and half Greek / Turkish. Think chimi changa and fajitas mets moussaka and lamb cutlets and you won't be far wrong.
There's no draft beer, only bottled, which can add substantially to the overall cost if you indulge too much. There is also reasonably priced wine (from under £20 a bottle) and cocktails with risque names.
We were given some garlic bread and olives to eat while choosing our food, which was a nice touch.
The food was OK, my starter of nachos was a little disappointing because they had been microwaved and gone soggy, but the chicken fajitas more than made up for it. I got 4 pancakes, and more chicken, pepper and onion served on a sizzler than I could fit in them. Served with various garnishes including sour cream, guacamole and cheese.
I sampled the sangria (with the extra vodka option), I watched the bar tender make it from 3 spirits, plus wine plus a dash of lemonade - very reasonably priced considering what went into it, and very tasty as well!
Sadly we didn't sample the desserts because we were too full from the other courses, but they looked good on the menu and cost about £6 each.
Total bill for 2 people was just under £60 with drinks.
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