We found this restaurant by accident a few years ago. Upon return to the Cape, we made sure to go back. The food here is excellent. The choice of ingredients and the subtle flavors made the tres tacos a big hit for my wife. I...More
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This place is great for a drink and to people watch on main St. The food is usually good, but watch the menu as the prices can get steep. Most of the bartenders are very nice, a couple not so much.go later and they light...More
Had a delicious meal here at Anejo. Chilps were warm and salsa flavorable. Did the tableside prepared quacamole- creamy with a bit of nice medium size chunks of avocado. I had the lobster quesadillas… Dreamy. Picanre crema added the right touch. Big pieces of lobster!...More
Happen to walking by and decided to try it. I had the shrimp tacos and my wife had the carne asada tacos. They were both excellent. We also had a margarita and it was very good. The service was good and outside seating was delightful.
We had eaten here before at lunchtime which was good and was not disappointed for dinner. Bery busy so be prepared to wait, although it was only 5 minutes so no complaints there. Choose a cocktail to drink from a they are in the biggest...More
The food here is pretty excellent; we got the guacamole, queso fundido, fried plantains, chile rellenos, and hungo enchiladas, all was great. The drinks were amazing as well. I got the Coco Muy Loco, and it was one of the best mixed drinks I've ever...More
Don't be deceived by the internet reviews. The food pictures are totally different from the actual meals.(Google) A small dishes of white cream macaroni with shrimps (the name of menu are set to sound like a authentic Mexican food, but macaroni is Mexican food?) is...More