Food and drink
Created for gringos Mexican favourites, chimichangas, burritos and chilli’s sit alongside burgers, ribs, salads and selection of seafood offerings such as sea bass, halibut and prawns.
I take an appetite for a heaped plate of nachos followed by the Santa Fe chicken fajitas with spicy red chilli sauce as my usual gut busting option washed down with a light Mexican beer.
Lively at weekends when a predominantly young crowd fill the candle lit tables. After which many take to the quieter collection of rooms in the bar upstairs for drinks amongst the rock memorabilia where the Rolling Stones signatures in lipstick takes pride of place. During the warmer months a tranquil patio is opened for some al fresco dining while in winter real fires create snug surroundings.
Cheery and friendly though it can get stretched during extremely busy times.
Set on Petergate in the city centre and just around the corner from the minster.
Appetisers are priced between £3.50-£8.75, while for a main course look to pay in the region of £8.00-£17.00. Early eaters or those planning a ghost tour or theatre visit should take advantage of the early dinner specials, currently around £15.20 for two courses. Expect to pay upwards of £15.25 for a bottle of house wine.
Tables to book
No reservations are taken here unless for groups over six, but if quiet head for one of the tables by the two windows looking over historic Petergate and watch the world and his esposa pass by.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Design and architecture