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Mex Out

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Mex Out is a Mexican restaurant serving the best Mexican dishes to avid Singaporeans who are craving for a Mexican foods. Indulge yourself with the best and authentic Mexican foods at its bests here in Mex Out and go home with a smile of satisfaction.

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 16:00 - 22:00

+65 65369953
$17 based on 17 submissions
After Work (6 votes), Lunch (5 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (4 votes)
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Rude staff.

The glass partition makes it difficult to hear the staff. It is frustrating for both the staff and the customer, but she was the one getting pissed when I didn't catch what she said!

The food was not warm even though I consumed it right after. Also, the combination of mango pineapple salsa & grilled chicken tasted like a 'chicken desert' which quickly turned me off. It was overall bland except for the grilled chicken that has strong taste.

I pressured myself to continue eating (because the mini burrito cost me $10) but.. there was a strand of hair buried in my burrito! It was really disgusting & unacceptable. I chewed the hair for like 2 seconds before I realised what it was. I ended up throwing away 1/3 of my burrito.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Braised Brisket1 vote
  • Churros1 vote
  • Mango Salsa1 vote
  • NZ Flank Steak1 vote
  • Nacho1 vote
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• 28 Aug 2014 • 0 review • 0 follower

Rude staff.

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The glass partition makes it difficult to hear the staff. It is frustrating for both the staff and the customer, but she was the one getting pissed when I didn't catch what she said!

The food was not warm even though I consumed it right after. Also, the combination of mango pineapple salsa & grilled chicken tasted like a 'chicken desert' which quickly turned me off. It was overall bland except for the grilled chicken that has strong taste.

I pressured myself to continue eating (because the mini burrito cost me $10) but.. there was a strand of hair buried in my burrito! It was really disgusting & unacceptable. I chewed the hair for like 2 seconds before I realised what it was. I ended up throwing away 1/3 of my burrito.
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The management of Mex Out responded to this review:
02 Sep 2014
Hi Fefe,
We're really sorry to hear about your experience with us last Friday. At Mex out we always try to maintain very high standards of service here and it's disappointing to hear that on this occasion you felt that those standards were not met. I will have a look into what happened and will be in contact then after.

Regards
The Mex Out team
• 09 Aug 2014 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Reasonably priced tacos!

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Trying another Taco place and ordered the Nachos with char grilled chicken. Good size serving of chicken and nice scoop of guacamole! Very enjoyable. We also ordered the carna asada with mango pineapple salsa. That was really good! Liked the way they served it. Next we went for churros . Nice and hot and chewy! Service wise isn't top notch, waitresses were barely there so had to wave my hand to catch their attention. Food wise, decent priced and filling so it's good! Although I did peek at the beside table, their burrito 10 inch doesn't look longer than a subway 6 inch so not sure what's up with that. I might just stick with nachos and the taco
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• 22 Jul 2014 • 49 reviews • 0 follower

Yummy!

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A very very tasty burrito lunch, great service and cold beer! I highly recommend checking here out:)
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