Mexican styled music drifts through the air in the cramped but warm and comforting space of the Three Amigos Mexican restaurant.
With this been my first time dining here, I curiously look around at the Indian-turned Mexican food restaurant. Though, as I soon discover when I open my menu, the owners have in fact combined their Indian food past with their venture into the Mexican cuisine market.
I'll admit I was a bit weary of the establishment at first. Slightly worn out curtains shielded the front window and a tired straw hat was strewn on the floor but the waitress greeted us with a smile and welcomed us into her restaurant.
The food I only have one word to describe: amazing. Ordering an entree of naan bread and tortillas with cheesy dip was a first and I must say it was quite unique and interesting to combine two very different food types. For mains, we stuck solely to the Mexican; chimichanga, chicken enchilada and beef burrito. I recommend all three dishes although I will also recommend that the meals are shared between people as the serving sizes are gigantic!
Upon finishing our meal, we were offered dessert by our punctual and kind wait staff. I'd recommend this restaurant in a heartbeat as its casual and quiet atmosphere is great for families and dinner dates alike.