A typical Tex-Mex bar, Enchilada has become particularly renowned for its hectic party atmosphere. The clientele is mixed but mostly young. People ... More
A typical Tex-Mex bar, Enchilada has become particularly renowned for its hectic party atmosphere. The clientele is mixed but mostly young. People start the evening with a bang at happy hour (5p-8p) and then continue through to 11pm, when the 'margarita hour' starts. Rumour has it that the food isn't bad either, but you have to be a certain type to want to tuck into your fajitas for EUR 12.50 while teeny-boppers scream and dance. Your time is better spent flirting.
I guess I'm used to eating Mexican a little closer to home. This place shouldn't even call what they cook Mexican food. It was more like a frozen Patio brand meal. The salsa was more like chunky V8 and the tortilla chips were probably made in Belarus and kept in a warehouse in Afghanistan. And they cost 5 euro. The service was pretty good as everyone seemed to be friendly and spoke good English, but they weren't Mexican. Our waiter was Turkish and the other staff looked middle Eastern. I don't think they know what Mexican food is supposed to be like.