This is a little restaurant tucked away in the middle of a housing complex. I did not expect to find a Mexican restaurant in Shanghai, but it was here. This is high end cuisine with a tasteful presentation of dishes. If you are used to the typical Mexican or Tex-Mex as found in the United States, this is not it. Dishes are small by American standards, but are presented like style (I would relate this to a Tapas bar). Everything is ala carte - we had chips, quesadillas, enchiladas, tacos, rice and deserts. The quesadillas were tasty, the chicken more so than the pork. The petite tacos were made with soft tortillas while the enchiladas was standard fare and the rice relatively bland. More sauces would have been nice. The sampler dessert platter provided a sampling of various deserts and was very tasty. They do provide validated parking.