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(Closed) Rascals Gone Dining

Latin American, Mexican

83%100%

23 votes

63394803

Daily: 11:00 - 14:30

Daily: 17:30 - 23:00

$40 based on 14 reviews

Serving Mexican food, this restaurant is located along Purvis Street.

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cookiethecat • 21 Mar 20111 reviews 0 followers

If you are looking for authentic mexican food, this is definitely not the place for you. My husband and I decided to try out the restaurant after reading pretty good reviews in 8 days. We went there on a Saturday night, around 7+pm and only 2 tables were occupied at the time (2 more tables were filled subsequently). Definitely not a good sign. We ordered the tasting menu, which was value for money, since it came with three courses and...

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  • Girls Night Out4 votes
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cookiethecat • 21 Mar 20111 reviews 0 followers

If you are looking for authentic mexican food, this is definitely not the place for you. My husband and I decided to try out the restaurant after reading pretty good reviews in 8 days. We went there on a Saturday night, around 7+pm and only 2 tables were occupied at the time (2 more tables were filled subsequently). Definitely not a good sign. We ordered the tasting menu, which was value for money, since it came with three courses and...

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ErinTan • 07 Mar 201169 reviews 7 followers

I stumped upon this place thru buying the coupon offered online. The coupon was applicable for a 3-Course tasting menu that includes exciting options like Meat Balls for starters, Beef Stew for main course and Ancho chilli chocolate cake. It also includes a free margarita too.

The owner of the restaurant were very helpful and friendly which adds up to the good dining experience we had for the night.

I'll be back again for the Ancho Chilli Chocolate Cake which was indeed very good.

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Stacey Nonis • 21 Feb 20117 reviews 22 followers

absolutely loved my dining experience in this quaint mexican retaurant. it was well furbished, good music in the background (not blaring, not too soft), candle lit and good and smiley servers. the menu was the valentines menu but, we opted al la carte dishes and a peppers for starters. using only the freshest of ingredients, the red snapper was just an explosion of juicy fish and pineapple with a soft hint of mexican flavour! his dish was a beef with...

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