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A trendy restaurant in a nice location, serving a selection of South American (and inspired) dishes - mainly Mexican and Brazilian.

Staff are friendly, though service is a little slow. Food is a mixed bag - their refried beans are spot on, and the tuna steak very well cooked, but I found my enchilada to be somewhat dry and tasteless. It's all nicely presented though, and the desserts are tasty.

Prices are normal restaurant fare - 10ish for a main course, 5ish for a starter, 4ish for dessert. A meal for four of us, with alcohol, came to about 80.

Much as it's convenient, I'd still say it's worth driving to High Wycombe for the nearest dose of reasonable Mexican food.


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