BBQ Elotes: Chargrilled corn rubbed with Lime and jalapeno sour cream, rolled over Monterey Jack cheese, sprinkled with our gremolata and Tajin
Tostados: Crispy tortillas, served with refried black beans, salsa fresca and twice cooked duck breast in Tinga sauce
Quesadilla Frijoles: Red beans, corn kernels, Monterey Jack and cheddar cheese, coriander and a mild blend of Central American spices
Chili Con Carne: Slow cooked beef with black eye peas, red beans and a blend of Guajillo and ancho chilies, served with a light sour cream and hominy rice
We enjoyed a wonderful Mexican feast seated outdoors. The food was good enough and well priced. We did think that the courses would come out individually so felt that we were waiting a while but then everything came out together so I guess that was why it took longer. We weren't averse to having a smorgasbord laid out in front of us and we enjoyed being able to gorge and taste all the different flavours.
The elotes were yummy - almost as good as Mamasita but not quite there and quite small for the $6 per half cob. Having said that the tostados were much more generous. We really enjoyed the zinginess of the ceviche and the melty cheesey beaniness of the yummy quesadilla that was soft, gooey and oozey.
Slow cooked chili con carne was special too and with a depth of smoky flavour that went so well with the nutty buttery hominy rice,
Service wasn't effusively friendly but it was pleasant enough and we were in and out in just over an hour which is what we wanted.