Cinco de Mayo is a fiesta for fans of Mexican food
Wide array of authentic Mexican dishes, including appetizers, soup, salads, burritos, fajitas, enchiladas, chimichangas, tacos, quesadillas, tostados, chalupas, tamales, chicken, beef, pork and seafood. tried a new dish, Pollo Fundido ($12.99), and said while it was skimpy on carbs, it packed a sizzling taste. The dish featured a chicken breast butterflied and flame-broiled and topped with sautéed mushrooms, onions, spinach and a rainbow of peppers. Sprinkled with melted Monterrey Jack cheese, it offffffffffffered all the decadent taste of Mexico without the carbs, although it did come with those heavenly refried beans and rice we love. I ordered the two-item combination dinner ($9.99), choosing an enchilada and burrito fifilled with my choice of chicken, beef or picadillo accompanied by rice and beans. It was a tremendous value and a true Mexican lover’s delight! restaurants on the Treasure Coast, offffffffffffering authentic Mexican food in huge portions at great prices. The surroundings are also over-the-top fun, and there’s a full bar and outdoor dining area with umbrellas.
Excellent. We had two different servers look in on us during the meal to refifill drinks or complimentary chips and salsa.
Latin music playing overhead and light chatter from neighboring diners.
Children will love the festive, colorful surroundings, and they have their own menu of such dishes as chicken fifingers, mac and cheese, enchiladas, burritos and quesadillas.
Cinco de Mayo in Jensen Beach is a fifiesta from the moment you enter. The restaurant offffers authentic Mexican food in huge portions at great prices.