About Chihuahua Mexican Grill & Margarita Bar:
The minute you set foot in Chihuahua, it becomes immediately apparent that this restaurant is something else. First thing you notice is the restaurant’s modern, yet open and inviting interior. The loud Mexican music puts a grin on your face as you walk up to the counter to order. The aroma of fresh cilantro, cumin, and grilled meats start activating your salivary glands, while you check out their simple, easy-to-read menu.
Next, you’re compelled to choose your main dish (tacos, burrito, burrito bowl, or salad) and your choice of beautifully seasoned meats (steak, chicken, pork carnitas, or grilled veggies), each priced at P295. Their generous servings make it obvious they don’t skimp on the meat.
Now, on to your side dish: Mexican rice, chili, Nacho Grande, chips & queso, or tortilla soup. Their Nacho Grande’s got everything your heart could possibly desire: tortilla chips, queso, chili, guacamole, pico de gallo, salsa, cheddar cheese, sour cream, and jalapenos. Warning though, their chili is Texas-style: 5-alarm! And their queso is addictive.
Last, is the drink. Chihuahua is already famous for their frozen margarita, known to their already-loyal followers as the Chihuarita, which they claim to be the best in the city - made with 100% Mexican tequila and pure lime juice (no sugar added). “This is the way we drink our margaritas back in Texas,” says General Manager Elian Habayeb, who grew up in Houston (the world capital of Tex-Mex cuisine) and lived in Mexico for several years while working for cement giant CEMEX. “We like to call our Chihuaritas ‘happy juice’,” says Habayeb with a wink. “We’re also quietly introducing the Michelada - Mexico’s #1 beer-based drink, made with beer on ice, Tabasco, Worcestershire Sauce, Knorr and a twist of lime,” adds Habayeb, “plus we’ve got beer on tap, and a remarkable selection of imported beers and sodas.”
Mouth-watering food in-hand, you’ll definitely want to stop by the salsa bar to compliment their already stellar dishes with their fresh-daily Chipotle, Tomatillo, and Habanero salsas. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, you’re then invited to sample from their growing but already impressive collection of rare hot sauces gathered from all over the world – known simply as The Sauce Library.