Mediterra 


Ongoing ‘viva Mexicana,’ fest at mediterra is a treat for the eye and the palate. Triangle ‘papel picado’ Mexican banners spanning from one side to other in innumerable rows marking the celebrations for ‘the day of the dead,’ a national holiday in Mexico which is celebrated from 31st October – 2nd November. Although this fest is not connected with this Mexican holiday, it sure is a pretty good time to organize one.


There’s something alluring and picturesque about a windmill in motion. 


On the other side of mediterra, the city view is breathtaking, thanks to high transparent windows.
Let’s talk about FOOD! 
We were served – 

TACOS

Mexican cuisine without tacos is unimaginable. We were served :-
1. PANEER CEBOLA TACO


Cebola is a Portuguese word for onions. Served with white onions and olives, it’s a treat for vegetarians. 

Price – Rs. 325/- 

2. Chicken Tomatillo –



Tomatillo is a Mexican husk tomato. Cilantro and tomato flavored chicken filling made for a great appetizer. Taco’bout deliciousness.

Price – Rs. 345/-

Verdict – 4/5

MOLLETES –



This one is without a doubt my favorite. Buttered Mexican bread topped with beans & sumptuous amount of cheese, yes please! You’ll see a fancy term in the menu – Pico de Gallo, also called salsa fresca, is made from chopped tomato, onion, coriander and green chilli. 

Price – Rs. 295/-

Verdict – 4.5/5

POLLO CON PALLO (CHICKEN SKEWER) –




Well marinated and grilled to the perfection, juicy and tender, these chicken skewers are served with crisp lettuce and mayonnaise.

Price – Rs.425

Verdict – 3.5/5

QUESADILLAS –



Oh my my. Bursting of vibrant flavors, these chicken Quesadillas are much wow. Bell Pepper and cheese can never go wrong. Spicy yet creamy. P.S – no judgement If you ask for more.

Price – Rs.325/-

Verdict – 4.5/5

DIPS, HUMMUS AND PITA BREAD –


We were served salsa, sour cream and guacamole dip. Although sour cream failed me somehow, hummus made up for it. I couldn’t stop eating! You guys now know what to do while waiting for your order *wink wink*



DESSERTS –


1. DEATH BY CHOCOLATE –



Haaye meri toh death hi ho gayi. Hey chocoholics, craving chocolate? This is your instant fix. Dense fudge-like Chocolate cake topped with melted chocolate served with vanilla ice cream! Oh yes, you won’t stop eating.

Price – Rs.315/-

Verdict – 5/5

2. ALMOND PIE –


Another favorite. A perfect end to the feast. It’s crunchy and sweet, & needless to say, baked to perfection. It will just melt in your mouth! It’s served with vanilla ice cream and trust me, the combination is heavenly.

Price – not yet decided.

Verdict – 5/5 (I can probably give it a six on a scale of five because it’s that good!)

MY RATINGS –

Ambiance – ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 

Taste – ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 

Presentation – ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Value for money – ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️.5  

Service – ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 

Overall – ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️


That will be all folks! Do visit this place, because it’s an experience in itself. 
Till next time, 

Xoxo.

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