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Zapata's Mexican Restaurant

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by Dee Mbugua (subscribe)
Solicitor/Barrister, Commissioner for Affidavits, Blogger, Media Maven, in no particular order
Published January 29th 2012
There's a little place where tonnes of flavour and exotic drinks are married. In this little place, they enjoy a happy union that will go the distance, and invite you along to dine happily ever after.


In this little place, tasty sangrias abound, yummy margaritas flourish, complimented by the unmistakeable flavours of Mexico. Zapata's is one of the few places that can morph into whatever you imagine. Whether on an intimate date or out with family or friends, the homely ambience and seamless mesh between contemporary and traditional decor creates a warmth that is complimented by the food.

If you like your food with a bit of kick, the jalapenos will do just that. Be prepared to be very confused, because their menu is anything but modest. If you are not a fan of re-fried beans, make sure to mention this as most meals are accompanied by beans, referred to on the menu as frijoles.





Be warned: don't drink and drive, especially if you go for the Sangria.
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Why? Extremely tasty food
When: Opened for Lunch - Friday 12.00pm - 2.00pm Opened for Dinner 7 nights 5.30pm - late
Where: 42 Melbourne Street North Adelaide SA 5006
Cost: Between $9.50 and $25.90
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