Muchachas – A Mexican themed restaurant with some overwhelming vibes, the music and atmosphere were equally complementing the theme. The interiors were done so simple that we get a homely surrounding all at once.The wooden furniture & accessories with live plants and lots of natural light flowing in during day time complete the look. This restaurant is also under the same owners Tom Arnel and Sergio Lopez who started the awe-inspiring restaurant outlet Tom & Serg.
The General Manager Matt Connell who is also the in charge of ‘Tom & Serg’ greeted us and introduced about the place. It is impossible to distinguish between the staffs and boss as he is involved in almost everything in here from attending customers to clearing tables effortlessly. They have an interesting list of dishes in the menu. We started off with some refreshing drink mixes that Matt suggested. One was completely berry based – Berry Land with fresh strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, ginger ale etc. Another is Chido with coconut puree and some blend of strawberries and apple juice. Both of them were exceptional. We also got a fresh juice for our son
As welcome starter , all are served here with complementary tortilla chips and sauce. The dip was pretty fresh and was a good start to our meal. Among starters we ordered for a queso fundido which is a selection of cheese with roasted peppers as cheese fondue which was served along with fresh soft taco breads. One of the must try starters in here. Next was chicken tinga sopes. Another archetypal Mexican dish made of marinated chicken and feta cheese . The dish was quite flavorful for my palate.
Among main course , we got to order Camarons Ala Diabla which is devil prawns cooked in sweet corn and queso fundido sauce served in half a pineapple. It was looking amazing and tasted as good as it looked. The flavor and aroma of pineapple was a great set off with the prawns. . The aroma was so alluring and the gravy was finger licking good. Will definitely be going back for more…
Another dish was a slow roasted lamb rump well marinated in crushed pepper and nuts and served with Mexican rice and sauce. It was cooked medium to a tender juicy meat and the spices and flavors were really delish.
Finally we ordered the churros , A must try dessert in here. It was served along with candy floss, fresh fruits and crème flan custard. It wasn’t the typical churros shape we have seen but it was super soft and a good one to end our journey.
Verdict: Looking for a hassle-free atmosphere with some refreshing drinks and delicious dishes, head on to Muchachas for a Mexican treat.