Time Out Says
From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2011The first thing to note about this Mexican eatery is its location inside one of Dubai Mall’s two food courts. This isn’t exactly conducive to a relaxed meal with friends, and can be quite stressful on busier weekends when screaming children run riot. But unruly kids aside, it’s worth noting the food is in fact a step up from some of the city’s other, more fast-foody Mexican eateries, such as those on Jumeirah Beach Residence’s The Walk. The food, from the salad to the vegetables in the quesadilla certainly tastes far fresher, and the meat, particularly the chicken, is without doubt vastly more palatable. It’s also a little pricier than your average food court meal – approximately double that of a McDonalds. However, if you make the right choices, it can also be a healthier option.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 24 Mar 2011
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