Vibrant colors and flavors from Mexico.
Our recommendation: Stop here for the Carne Asada. If you love guava, get the flan too. But really, the Carne Asada is the standout dish on this all-new menu.
- New! Carne Asada – $10.00
– Chipotle-Marinated Beef Sirloin, Sweet Potato Purée and Crispy-Fried Onions
- New! Huarache de Champiñones – $7.50
– Guajillo Chile and Corn Masa Huarache with Pinto Beans, Oyster Mushrooms, Nopales, Queso Fresco and Pea Tendrils
- New! Flan de Coco 🇬 – $6.50
– Coconut Flan, Guava Sauce and Whipped Cream
- Mexican Craft Beer – $10.00
– Cielito Lindo Artisanal Mexican Craft Beer
- Bombon Margarita “Marshmallow” – $16.50
– Ilegal Mezcal Reposado, Marshmallow Cordial, Lime Juice, Agave Nectar and a hint of Coffee and Elderflower served with a Toasted Marshmallow
- Las Californias – $15.50
– Tromba Blanco Tequila, Strawberry-Lime Purée and Las Californias Citrus Mexican Gin
Best of the Booth
The Carne Asada was the most expensive dish to make our Best $50, but we couldn’t leave it off. The sirloin is perfectly marinated, the sweet potato purée is…sweet, and the onions are just splendid. This is enough for two people to share and is tasty enough to warrant the high price. It’s also not spicy and would probably be a hit with the picky eaters on your team.
Rest of the Booth
We liked the Huarache de Champiñones; the thick huarache makes a sturdy vessel for these tasty mushrooms. The pea tendrils are a nice bit of flair, but the presence of beans and mushrooms might make this dish a skip for some folks in your group.
The Flan de Coco is a gluten-friendly pick, and a good one. The texture is perfect, the toasted coconut is marvelous, and the guava is bright. We were also surprised at how large the serving was for the price. But … you need to love guava, because you can definitely taste it.