The decor is a mix of gothic meets feminine boudoir; certainly eclectic. I like the round table we were seated at and the cocktails were great. I loved the zingy gingery goodness of the Diablo.
So the first item to come out were nachos with guacamole which we enjoyed followed by prawn tacos and then some fish tacos. The tacos were reasonable; nothing like the impressive flavours and the first experience we had at Mamasita but decent enough. Weirdly though our waitress then came up to us to see if we wanted more food...somewhat puzzling given we'd only had nacos and two mini tacos each so we asked her to keep it coming. And another plate of tacos came...and another visit from the waitress to see if we were ok for food. Where were the main dishes? Where were the sides? Instead we were given some cactus on toast...pickled slimy veggie things on a nacho. We ate it but there weren't any noises of enjoyment. Then the two cheese quesadilla came out but they were bite sized and had blue cheese which I don't like so I left it. The fact the other girls didn't want it speaks volumes as to whether they enjoyed their's.
By this stage we were so underwhelmed we didn't want dessert so just settled the bill and went. Perhaps we did the wrong thing by entrusting the waitress with our dinner but we only did that because we thought she would showcase the best items and the menu sounded so appetising it was too difficult to make our own decisions. Where was the corn, the ceviche,
the pork ribs, the chicken mole, the potato salad? Instead we got taco after taco (boring) and then two canapes.
We really wanted to enjoy this but sadly Senoritas failed to deliver both in slick service and in the quality of the food.