Ole! - More Mexican Food in Delhi! Plus - Off To Cabo

I'm working my last day before a week long trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Sally & I will be spending a week relaxing (hopefuly) on the beach & recharging for what is sure to be a long - hot - Delhi summer.

This week, we ventured out to a new restaurant to get in the mood. You may recall, I formerly raved about Sancho's in South Ex, Delhi. At the time, it was a promising new entrant into the Delhi scene, but since my review - it has gone through a change in the kitchen - and now serves mexican food that would pass as Mexican food only at TGI Fridays.

So, it was with some excitement that we gave Amigo a try. This restaurant just opened in GKII near Smokehouse Grill (best, and almost only, steak in Delhi). The entire menu wasn't a hit - their Chicken Tortilla Soup tasted decidedly Indian - but on the whole our evening was fun - and tasty.

Sally and I split the Chicken Quesidilla, I had a soup that tasted like the filling of a chilli cheese burrito at Taco Bell (in the best way possible), and we stole a taste of Michelle's Enchillada. All were spiced authentically, had a nice soft cheese, and were served with traditional sides. The Tortilla chips were made on site, and were light, crisp and tasty.

Amigo New Delhi
http://www.myamigo.asia/
3 Local Shopping Centre, Masjid Moth,
Greater Kailash II, New Delhi- 110048
Phone: 91-11-29216220, 91-11-29216221

10 comments:

Latin Sardar said...
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Latin Sardar said...

Sounds nice... worth a try. If I remember your blogpost from earlier saying you live near SN, you should try this joint near your place. It's called Fez, serves excellent Lebanese, Moroccan and Spanish.

It's close to the American Embassy on Malcha Marg, right behind the Bang & Olufsen store. My sister did a piece on them in her column in the magazine The Week some time ago. I went there with her recently and must say, an excellent discovery. Don't leave there without trying the escolantes.

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Ugly Deaf Muslim Punk Gurl! said...

yum.... a lot of vegetables and spices used in Indian Cuisine actually comes from the New World.

a said...

k we write about a lot of similar places, here is my review on amigo
http://wandering-online.com/?p=13
and surprizingly the food on valentines night at sancos was really good not the taco bell / tgif crap but good chillis type of mexican food
here is my review on that
http://wandering-online.com/?p=359

Wanderer said...

k we write about a lot of similar places, here is my review on amigo
http://wandering-online.com/?p=13
and surprizingly the food on valentines night at sancos was really good not the taco bell / tgif crap but good chillis type of mexican food
here is my review on that
http://wandering-online.com/?p=359

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