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Enter and confirm your new password. Monday to Thursday, Sunday and from 11 a. The hole-in-the-wall looks and feels like a real Mexican cantina, and owner Victor Sy put a lot of effort into capturing the right vibe.
The restaurant is al-fresco, just like a small neighborhood cantina. The Consuela drink is straightforward and while they don't claim that the dishes are authentic, the explosion of flavors are undoubtedly Mexican.
The cheese sauce is made in-house, with a unique tastiness that comes from the addition of mustard. We tried the Mexican Chorizo Quesadilla, and the slightly sweet chorizo is the perfect complement to the flavorful cheese.
There is also no shortage of heat—in the Taco P to Pwith shredded cabbage, pico de gallochili tomato, garlic sauce, and your choice of protein piled high on top of a flour tortilla.
Bursting with flavor, Mexican food pairs well with beer, and here at Consuela, they give the drink a playful twist using real fruit. The Consuela drink provides a fruity flavor, the beer made more refreshing by the tartness of the fresh tamarind.
Victor makes the ice cream in house, which is a vanilla-cinnamon ice cream that tastes exactly like churros. The ice cream is then sandwiched inside a warm fried tortilla which adds a nice crunch to the dessert. And just like a neighborhood cantina in Mexico, there is no shortage of good food, good conversation, and good cheer to be had.
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