Mexican restaurant opens in Dubai
El Paso Restaurant and Lounge has opened in Dubai with a menu that includes a wide variety of ethnic dishes and cocktails.
The restaurant, located at the former Hotel El Pas, has an open-plan layout, which is a popular option in the Middle East and Africa, and offers a large selection of Mexican and Cuban-inspired dishes.
A full menu of cocktails and Mexican dishes is also available, and a large number of entrees, such as a chicken tikka masala and grilled octopus, are also available.
The establishment also serves a large assortment of Mexican food, such, tacos, quesadillas, enchiladas, burritos, and salads.
The space is located at 945 Al Azeem Street in the Dubai Mall, where it will be the only Mexican restaurant in the area, according to Al Jazeera.
El Pasó is owned by the Lebanese-American family, and the restaurant’s founder, Marjorie Haddad, was born in Mexico City.
It is open for dinner from Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and from 11 p., to 11:30 p.p.
Reservations are required.
It has a menu of Mexican dishes, including chile relleno and a few others.
A large selection and large quantity of Mexican drinks are available as well, such a caipirinha and sangria.
For dessert, the restaurant serves a variety of pastries, such an almond-toasted chocolate cake, a cake filled with vanilla, and other desserts.
It also has a Mexican menu of desserts, including the traditional Mexican chocolate-covered strawberry cake and a chocolate and caramel cake with chocolate syrup.
The location is in a very cosmopolitan area, and there are many options of restaurants and bars to choose from.
El pasó is open every day from 9 a.c. to 11 p., with daily lunch specials, which include a few of its own dishes, as well as a selection of the most popular restaurants in the neighborhood.
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