The restaurant is located on one of the arteries leading away from Independence Square. The dining area has windows which can open all the way around. While it doesn't look wonderful, it's not unappealing.
I went hoping for a little Tex Mex to break up the usual Ukrainian/Georgian/Crimean cuisine found here in Kyiv. First clue that things were awry was the menu. For a "Tex Mex" cantina, the menu was dominated by Italian food (I'd guess 70% of it was Italian). Nevertheless, I persevered and ordered a burrito and a margarita. The margarita was, insofar as I could tell, tequila and watered down lemonade. It tasted mostly of tequila. The burrito, when it arrived, was something nameless wrapped in the same flatbread used by the donor kebab stands around town and then grilled. Spices were...well...interesting. Definitely not Tex Mex though.
On the upside, although it didn't have a flavor that resembled any salsa I have ever had, the salsa was spicy hot. And that was the high point of the meal.
This place should be avoided at all costs. Or they should get out of the Tex Mex business.
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