Cinco de Mayo is a fi­esta for fans of Mex­i­can food

The Palm Beach Post - Neighborhood Post - Northern Palm Beach County - - Front Page - By Teresa Lane Spe­cial to the Neigh­bor­hood Post

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.

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