Eddy's Cantina 1 艾迪墨西哥餐廳一店
Eddy's Cantina 1 艾迪墨西哥餐廳一店 Review
Service is decent but a little cold. We also had some ants on our table by the window. To get service, they have a button at the table which I liked.
3/5 Wet burrito (NT$295)
Chicken wet burrito needed more flavor. It tasted plain with meat, cheese, beans and rice. Heavy on the rice too. They did provide some salsa, but it was also very average. I wouldn’t order the burrito again.
My rating would have been 3/5 if these tacos weren’t that good, but it boosted the whole experience up to 4/5 on a very strict scale.
The salsa they provided was a little weak and I wanted more of a kick.
Hot sauce is available upon request, they don’t have your typical hot sauces lying around. I tried the hot sauce and it was like my mouth was instantly on fire. This was too hot.
The Mexican food here is a little higher than average compared to other mexican food spots in Taipei which is typically NT$180-240. Additionally, they have a 10% service charge rolled into the bill. The bill is in Chinese even though a lot of things are in English at this place.
They have a few TV’s playing sports so it is also a Sports Bar in Taipei. There aren’t too many of those.
5/5 Tacos (2 tacos for NT$270)
Very tasty tacos with hand made tortillas using blue corn. The meat was seasoned well and all the ingredients were of a high quality. I loved the tacos and would be back for more if they weren’t so expensive.
Eddy's Cantina 1 艾迪墨西哥餐廳一店 Menu And Additional Photos
Eddy's Cantina 1 艾迪墨西哥餐廳一店 Location
It’s food, but you’re not going to enjoy it
Didn’t meet minimum meal expectations
Satisfying and an adequate meal.
So good you’ll eat here again!
You will remember this meal for the rest of your life!
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