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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Comida Mexicana

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Mexican food never looked as good as at Comida Mexicana. Headed by Vivian Wee, Director of restaurant Margarita’s, the restaurant along East Coast Road brings a tantalizing spread of Mexican dishes, created from scratch using freshly imported ingredients from Mexico and the USA.

On the menu are elevated classics like the Enrollados ($18), a wheat tortilla filled with chicken, Monterey Jack cheese and jalapeno, coated in an egg wash and fried; Chorizo with Red Wine ($24), and guacamole-centric dishes. Skip the burrito and taco options and try the Mexican platters packed with flavor and perfect for sharing—Carnitas ($32), a Mexican pulled pork dish with tortilla and extensive seasoning, or the alcohol-marinated beef steak platter Carne Asada ($52) are good choices for a group meal. That said, the sauces, salsa dips and marinades hold their own against the mains, like any decent Mex joint should do.

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Phone: 6440-8030
Comida Mexicana, 404 East Coast Rd., Singapore, Singapore

Opening Hours:

Tue-Sun 11:30am-3pm, 6-10pm

Price Range:

$ - $$

Cuisine:

Spanish

Open Since:

July, 2017
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