Sep 1, 2009


by Linnor

Just by looking at the over-sized carved wooden doors and wrought-iron chandeliers, or the classy Aztec inspired interiors, you'd think this place is intimidating and pricey. That was not the case even as we surveyed the bar list and menu comprised mostly of Mexican food.

Sure they probably have the biggest collection of tequila (in Cebu) and other spirits, but we found the food and drinks generally affordable. In fact, in a span of a week, we've been to the place twice. That pretty much says a lot, I guess. And I'm sure we'll be going back.

This giant bowl of masa chips and fresh salsa rojo was just about P150

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