This Mexican restaurant steers clear of the more typical and colourful ambience of Mariachi bands and traditional guitars, instead opting for a rustic-contemporary space with wood flooring, white tones and subtle lighting. Named after the capital of the Mexican state of Nayarit, it offers reasonably authentic cuisine from the homeland with a good selection of starters, known as “antojitos”, an extensive choice of tacos, plus a few other traditional specialities. Rather than ordering wine, why not choose from the impressive selection of beers, tequilas and mezcals!
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