No matter how often restaurants in Argentina and Chile warn you how caliente their food is, it won't be anywhere near Mexican spicy, even at a Mexican restaurant. However, despite the lack of chilli, all of our food really had the slow-cooked, marinated-for-a-week flavour of real Mexican. We mostly had tacos with tender meat and good flavourings, although crumbly tortillas, and the servings were a decent size for the price, so we loaded up on dishes and still spent less than at nearby steakhouses. Guacamole and enchiladas were also great. Service was variable but I think they served us fine (although they cunningly didn't reveal until late in the night that they spoke perfect English...) and it was very very busy between 9 and 11 (absolutely empty before then).
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