The menu offerings here a very limited. They are also, despite the marketing of the restaurant, not strictly Mexican. The menu is loosely Tex-Mex. Fajitas are squarely in the Tex-Mex camp and take up the majority of the menu. The other offerings are loosely based on Mexican offerings, much like the entree I ordered - Chiles Rellenos.
Well, I had never spent 55 dollars for a plate of Chiles Rellenos and a beer. But those are the prices in northern Norway. Also, these chilies weren't stuffed. That's what rellenos means. The chilis were grilled with the meat mixture laying on top of them. They were also served with a variety of three very non-traditional salsas, including peach. All three very good. As were the rellenos. Despite the unauthentic nature, I enjoyed the food very much.
As has been mentioned in other posts, the place is very dark. I had trouble getting any photos even with a flash. Only two other tables being served the night I was there. And the beer selection is awful (Corona and Sol) and expensive. But I recommend the Sol and I do recommend this place. I will probably find myself back here during my next visit.
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