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In the meantime feel free to browse our other menus within Newquay below.
|Steak Chimichurri||A delicious chargrilled steak, marinated and served with a chimuchurri sauce, a delicious blend of parsley, garlic and olive oil, but sometimes with the addition of other herbs such as oregano or coriander. Argentinian in influence, frequently found in Argentinian steakhouses, but also on the menu in some Mexican restaurants. Accompanied by the usual fries and salad.||Mexican, Barbeque|
|Mexican Eggs||A little like Huevos Rancheros (spicy eggs served with a tomato sauce) this is eaten at any time of the day but more frequently for brunch or lunch. A classic Mexican dish with refried beans, bacon and green chillis with eggs broken on to the top to cook or mixed in and scrambled. Can be quite spicy because of the chillis – check how spicy the restaurant serve the dish. The dish is either made on top of the oven or baked inside the oven.||Mexican|
|Chilli con Carne||The staple dish served in Mexican restaurants. They normally ask you how hot you want it! The usual minced beef with tomatoes, chillies and kidney beans and served with rice and a side salad. Plenty of bread is also served in a basket to mop up the final bits of sauce.||Mexican|
|Burritos||Another version of chilli but wrapped in a soft tortilla roll and served with sour cream, more diced chillis and onions. The tortilla is normally soft grilled or steamed to make it softer so that you can wrap the filling inside and eat with your hands if you want! Salad on the side will certainly cool your mouth down!||Mexican|
|Quesadillas||These are similar to burritos but the filling is wrapped inside the tortilla, cheese is grated over (and sometimes a white sauce) and then baked in the oven.The fillings differ – minced chilli beef is the most popular but they can be filled with spinach, peppers and jalapenos, with grated cheese. Usually served in an oval dish, bubbling from the oven, with a side salad. Mexican version of garlic bread with jalapenos is a must if you like lots of spice!||Mexican|
|Nachos||Everyone loves nacho chips, particularly when they are smothered in salsa, jalapenos and grated cheese and when the cheese melts under the grill – delicious! Can be served with a side order of guacamole and sour cream, its almost a meal in itself, but usually a sharing bowl on the table as a starter or with drinks.||Mexican|
|Mexican Beer||There are some great ‘Mexican’ beers, which can also originate from Spain! Bottled beers are served such as Sol and Mexicana, usually served with a wedge of lime in the neck of the bottle. Not overly strong, and the most consumed drink in Mexican restaurants in the UK.||Mexican|
|Tequila||Tequila has become popular drink as a shot, and followed down by an ice cold Mexican beer! Very strong spirit, served with wedges of lime and salt to eat off the back of your hand! Definitely a drink originating from Mexico and drunk in pubs and bars as well as restaurants. Can also be drunk as a long drink such as a Tequila Slammer, which is made using a fizzy drink such as lemonade or ginger ale. Slammer Royale is a serious drink for the ‘professional’ – Tequila is mixed with champagne!||Mexican|
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