The place certainly has authentic character and style. Mexican death dolls line the room and skulls of cow’s heads hang over the fully stocked bar, accented by solid wood decorative chairs. Dark lighting, earthy colors on the walls, and mosaic blue table-tops set the mood for tequila shots, sharing a plate of crispy nachos, and practicing your Spanish with the friendly and helpful waiters.
A must-try for you and your amigos is the El Paso guacamole made with the freshest avocado and tomatoes on the east side of town, and served with tasty, crisp, non-greasy tortilla chips. The choice of tacos includes marinated pork, chargrilled steak, and tender red snapper --all mouthwatering, so take your pick!
The variety of the menu is a key selling point for El Paso. The meat dishes are, of course, the most popular, full of flavor and served with authentic spicy Mexican sauces. However, veggie lovers will be thrilled to find there is a variety of vegetarian and seafood options far beyond rice and beans.
Leave room for dessert and try the Rollitos, a crispy banana roll covered with hazelnut and cinnamon and served with ice cream. It goes down like a treat as you finish off your last bits of their special tamarind margaritas.
For those looking for a quick lunch or takeaway, there’s an El Paso Taqueria right across the road. Their shrimp burritos are not only super fresh, but will keep you satisfied right through to dinner.