Hi you guys! Sorry, again, for being out of touch for awhile. These past few weeks have been truly hectic, and on Friday I ended up moving apartments. I’ve spent a lot of this long weekend unpacking, which isn’t the most fun, but I’ve also made it to the beach yesterday and today, and it is gorgeous. To help redeem myself, I thought I’d review the Mexican restaurant I went to on Friday night. I went with a friend to celebrate our move. We were going to just stop in for drinks, but drinks turned into dinner, and it was so good. It’s been so long since I’ve had Mexican food, and this was especially timely with Cinco de Mayo coming up!
We’d both heard mixed reviews about this place, namely that it was impossible to get in without a reservation, and that it was crazy expensive. We walked right in and they sat us at the bar, which was perfect. And honestly, the place never got that full. There’s no set menu, instead you pick your courses off of a blackboard. When we went it was 18€/person. I’m not sure if that drinks were included or not, which I know is something I should know, but it was that kind of night. Basic margaritas were 5€ on the drink menu, so at most, it was 23€ total, plus any extra margaritas you might want, which I thought was reasonable. They also had a lot of beer and tequila to try, but I was happy with my frozen margarita.
The ceviche I had was really good, and so were the nachos, and my burrito. My friend enjoyed her quesadilla, but the best part of the meal was undoubtedly the tequilamisu – a homemade tiramisu with tequila instead of rum. If you have the chance to try it, you have to.
All in all it was a very successful Mexican food adventure. When I googled it today, I learned the place is not actually called Frida Kahlo, but Frida’s vibe is certainly there. I spotted her picture in a few places, and I read somewhere that the restaurant was designed to look like her home, but honestly, I don’t know how much I believe that part. Either way, it’s a worthwhile pit stop in Palma.
Do you have plans to celebrate Cinco de Mayo? What’s your favorite Mexican restaurant?