Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Cafe Iguana

I've always loved eating here... it's got nice ambience, fab magaritas and yummy fajitas. I normally have the beef or chicken fajitas when I'm here - but was feeling like I wasn't all that hungry so I went for the Grilled Chicken Burrito ($14.99) instead.

Ok, indulge me a little while I demonstrate my bad photo-taking skills....

This is the first photo I took of the burrito I had. Bad huh? :P

Then I remembered Joe's advice on a previous post - increase shutter speed and reduce the flash... and look how much better it looks! Thanks for the advice Joe! Plenty of room for improvement but it's a start :)

What exactly is a burrito? It's basically onions, capsicums, beans, rice and your choice of meat - all wrapped in a flour tortilla and topped with salsa. I love how there's so many different things in the burrito - kinda like a Mexican version of a pohpiah! But with meat! :)

I also had a *virgin* strawberry margarita - had enough alcohol the night before :P They have some pretty interesting flavoured margaritas, like pink guava and soursop. Will be adventurous and try the next time I'm here.

Cafe Iguana
30 Merchant Road
#01-03 Riverside Point
Tel : 6236 1275


Burpette said...

Woman, you can have your own makan show already... you really get around to all the eating places!

Anonymous said...

*phoooooot*' and where do burritos normally end up?

being expelled from all holes.

we should do margaritas on sundays soon. just because we can.


Joe said...

Err.. I think the burrito in itself is not really that photogenic to begin with.

Something about spice and beans doens't really work for me. I have to concur with audrey.

I tried making chili con carne once. Tasted great but just make sure u have enough toilets for everyone immediately after.

Esther said...

honestly? this post was mostly to show off the lovely photo i took of the burrito. like u said, joe, it's not the most photogenic food to take a photo of but i *think* i took a really nice one! :)

the burrito itself wasn't all that spicy - in fact i had to add extra spicy tabasco sauce. hmm, oddly enough i've never had any gastro-intestinal problems when it comes to mexican food...