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Think it's absolutely impossible to find good Tex-Mex in Poland? Think again! Mexico Bar offers its guests some of the most authentic recreations of good 'ol southern border cuisine in Poland - certainly amongst the best in Wroclaw. The proof is in the pudding, as they say... So to see for yourself, be sure to make a reservation (you're not the only one who wants to test that claim!). The interiors are fairly standard for this type of joint: cacti, banditos, sombreros... And the service? Well, let's just say the food is really good.
Editor & Wroclaw Local
it is as when you eat a sandwich packed in plastic on a highway ... no taste.
Do not waste your time and money.
Hmmm...Authentic Mexicans don't speak of authentic tasting Mexican "sauces" but "salsas". I wrote a comment here in 2009 and haven't changed my tune. If you want to experience something not only authentic tasting but extremely delicious, there's only one place I know of in all of Poland, and I travel a lot: Abrams' Tower.
well as you all know im a mexican and i like this food because of the bum suaces in it
Great bottle chandeliers, funky earthenware plates and pretty good strong cocktails. Pity about the food. Seems like this place has never heard of spices. Blandest burrito I've had in my life, and served in a limp wheat crepe. Polish cuisine is infamous for boiling everything into oblivion, and unfortunately this severely afflicted my 'burrito' as well. Lovely service though.
Good, filling, alternative to standard Polish or even Italian fare that you'll find around Poland.
Nice, relaxed place. Not super authentic but we didn't really care.
Sorry, it's not quite as simple as Dave says. It's the proper combo of spices and herbs that makes most exotic food good and one has to at least use a real corn tortilla to make many of the dishes of Mexican food to begin with. It's also in the salsa, in the type of peppers used. If you want to get it right, you can find it in Wroclaw but the place is a bit out of the center and not easy to see from the street cause it's inside of an ancient tower a bit off of the street. It's called, Abrams Tower.
Unfortunately it seems these guys haven't been to Mexico in a long time... However the food is still good, though not very authentic, and at a good price.
Mexican really isn't that difficult to get right. Meat, beans, tortilla, veggies. Mexico Bar manages to get it wrong, very wrong. And... to all those that say it can't be done in Europe, they might want to head to Banditos in Prague and take some notes...
I've been traveling around this land looking for a simply good margarita and taco. Does anyone here know what a real taco is? What's this stuff they're using to make their tortillas here? Breaks and tastes more like pie crust. I found one place in town without the look, just a menu, strangely not only Mexican but hot salsa, even green salsa. Are there green tomatoes here? Even real cilantro, chipotles, HOT SPICES: it's in a tower, gotta look a bit to find the door. Abrams Tower. My sombreros' off to them!
Nice beer bottle lamp hangings from the ceiling but people who like this place have no idea what real Mexican food is.
The food lacks spices
great food in the hart of the city!!!
As a former Texan, I must say that Polish Mexican food has very little in common with real Tex-Mex. While this place may be the best in Poland, that's still not saying much, as anyone who's had real Mexican food will tell you. When will we get real Mexicans making Mexican food in Poland?!?
too expensive for eating fake plastic food. 10 Euros for a soup made of... ???
Small and always busy, with probably the best burritto I've had in all Europe. Good selection of proper cocktails. Recommended!
If You asked me, it's wonderful :) I was only visiting Wroclove ;) because i live in Warsaw, but it's worth going to Wroclaw just to have a burrito there :)
reasonably priced resturaunt, good food,nice and cosy atmospere,word of warning get there early it is very difficult to get a table after 8.30 pm
Great food, I was a regular visitor during my last trip (stayed for 8 long months). Good ambience & friends waiters make it a worth try. Don't miss to try the Buritos!
Mexican food is just different combinations of cheese, rice, tortilla, and beans...but when youre in Poland, it feels like something exotic...gun it!
Arrrrriba! Finally a good salsa in Poland! I had lost all hope...