Cuisine of Mexico


Mexican Soft Drinks:  Topo Chico (sparkling water), Sangria (sweet sangria flavor), Sidral (apple/cider flavor), and Mexican Coca-Cola    $2.00

Natural flavor drinks: Jamaica flower, Tamarindo fruit, and Horchata.  Horchata a sweet milky drink made with rice and water with a touch of cinnamon.  $1.75


Plato de Ostiones:  Chilled oysters on the half shell with lemon-lime.  ½ dozen $8.96

Queso Flameado: Sauteed chorizo sausage with cheese, served with tortillas and sauce.  6.95

Guacamole: Avocado mixed with onions and garlic, served with corn tortilla chips. $5.95


Molcajete Mix: A mini feast for two served from a molcajete. A Molcajete (Mol ka Heteh) is the bowl part of an Aztec mortar and pestle used for food preparation. Thinly sliced steak, grilled chicken, chorizo sausage, a pork chop, a cheese quesadilla, grilled cactus, salsa, and guacamole. $19.95

Nopales Rancheros:   Prickly pear cactus diced and sautéed with onions, tomatoes, and cilantro. Nopales is an ancient delicacy that has the texture of asparagus but with a very subtle flavor profile.   $7.95

Steak Alteño:  Steak topped with chorizo sausage, green peppers, grilled onions, and serrano peppers. Served with rice and beans. $ 14.95


Flan:  Mexican style Spanish custard with caramel glaze. $3.00

Tres Leches Cake:  Super moist decadent cake made with three different types of dairy. $4.00

Pan de Elote:  sweet cornbread  $3.00

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Detroit, MI 48209