There's nothing fancy about this Queen Street West cafe, which serves basic Mexican food. The room is long, narrow and very warm, with its candle ... More
There's nothing fancy about this Queen Street West cafe, which serves basic Mexican food. The room is long, narrow and very warm, with its candle lighting and fresh-cut flowers. The decor looks like it has been gathered from garage sales, with mismatched chairs and frayed leather. But the food is delicious, the service friendly and the prices reasonable enough to attract the hipster crowd looking to save up for a hacienda of their own. A back patio makes summer eating even more pleasant. Dishes include Black Bean Burritos and Grilled Chicken.
If you don't mind the most horrendous service in the city, this is a great place.
It's small, so you may not be lucky (especially if you're there for the Sunday breakfast). But the chicken burritos are awesome. In the summer, best guaspacho ever!
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