WriteHaus Asia Recommends – Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill

Ordering food in was not something that we did on the regular — we much preferred the experience of dining in. However, since staying in and working from has become the new normal in 2020 — ordering in has become a safer way to enjoy various cuisines.

We love our Mexican food — so when we came across Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill, we were excited!

We especially enjoyed the Soft-Shell Taco with the Pulled Pork; it was flavourful and delicious! However, the buffalo wings, avocado – prawn mayo soft-shell taco and the calamari were average for us. The portions were good —keep in mind that some items are more filling than others.  For instance, the soft-shell tacos are rather heavy unlike hard shell tacos — hence it is good to order a taco and some sides. We ordered Quesadillas on top of our three soft shell taco sets, and we struggled to finish everything! — because it was like having multiple wraps!

 

 

We ordered directly from the restaurant, and the food arrived right on time!

WHA Foodie Scale: 6/10

Here are items we ordered the first time!

  • Soft Shell Taco (2 pcs @ $9) — Fish & Mango Salsa, Avocado-Prawn Mayo, BBQ Pulled Pork.
  • Buffalo Wings (8pcs @ $9)
  • Quesadillas – Pulled pork ($9.50 for 4)
  • Fried Calamari (@ $9.50)

 

About WriteHaus Asia

WriteHaus Asia is a Singapore based branding and content agency.  Founded in 2016, we believe in accelerating brands through content, video/photography, digital media and branding.

For more information on what we do, please call us at (+65) 8100-7064 or (+65) 9488-2725. Alternatively you may also drop us an email with your queries at hello@writehausasia.com.

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