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Margarita's (East Coast)

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Latin AmericanMexican

This cosy restaurant serves Tex-Mex food and margaritas, of course. Try the quesadillas and home-made coconut ice cream.

+65 64408030
$56 based on 38 submissions
Dinner (6 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (4 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (4 votes)
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I have eaten at Margarita's several times.  Every time the food has been delicious.  I also commend the service.  In my experience, it has been rare to find good service in Singapore restaurants, but Margaritas is an exception.  The staff are also familiar with the concept of vegetarianism (in the Western sense of the word) and immediately advise on options.  As a Western-style vegetarian, I feel confident eating in this restaurant.  On my last visit, I had vegetarian fajitas and they were truly delicious.  The Margaritas (cocktails) are good too.  Highly recommended!

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• 08 Dec 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

AVOID: After Renovation

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Used to be a nice. However post its recent renovation, things have become mediocre, at best. The food is still ok, as was the case before. They have however halved their dining area. As a result, tables are now laid very close to each other. An absolute nightmare. MORE IMPORTANTLY, they have jacked up the price of their Margarita's 35%. A Margarita pitcher (5 glasses) now costs SGD76++ !!!. I wonder what they put in it??
 
 In conclusion: This place has become cramped, and is definitely not worth the money charged (50+ PP). Maybe the owner has taken the ultimate "Capitalistic" call : Lower cost (rent), Maximize revenue (raise table density/price) & shaft customers, till Shutdown!. NOT GOING BACK. ADIOS.
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• 28 Sep 2013 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

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I have eaten at Margarita's several times.  Every time the food has been delicious.  I also commend the service.  In my experience, it has been rare to find good service in Singapore restaurants, but Margaritas is an exception.  The staff are also familiar with the concept of vegetarianism (in the Western sense of the word) and immediately advise on options.  As a Western-style vegetarian, I feel confident eating in this restaurant.  On my last visit, I had vegetarian fajitas and they were truly delicious.  The Margaritas (cocktails) are good too.  Highly recommended!
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• 08 May 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Excellent food and service.

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The restaurant has been reopen for business since 2 weeks ago after renovations.

I ordered the crab enchiladas and it was fantastic. Don't forget to order the margaritas too.
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