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Muchos Mexican Bar & Restaurant (Clarke Quay)

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Hungry for a taste of Mexican cuisines? Muchos offers you a taste of Mexican exotic flavours with over 40 mouth-watering selection of snacks, starters, soups, salads and main courses. Be prepared to savour the distinctive flavours of Chilli Con Carne, Fish Vera Cruz and crunchy Nachos (beef or vegetarian).

Daily: 12:00 - 01:00

+65 63384748
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Nice place to dine @

Tried the Chicken Fajita, it was good. Meat is tender & juicy. 
My friend had the chicken burrito, and she thinks it was alright. We ordered alcoholic drinks as well and it goes well with the food.

Overall, staffs were attentive and I have a good experience dining there. Will come back again soon!

The HGW community like this place for...

  • fajitas2 votes
  • Chicken Quesadilla1 vote
  • Chicken wings1 vote
  • Frosty lime Margharita1 vote
  • Grilled prawns1 vote
  • chimichangas1 vote
  • steak1 vote
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• 12 Apr 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Nice place to dine @

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Tried the Chicken Fajita, it was good. Meat is tender & juicy. 
My friend had the chicken burrito, and she thinks it was alright. We ordered alcoholic drinks as well and it goes well with the food.

Overall, staffs were attentive and I have a good experience dining there. Will come back again soon!
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• 24 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

not quite what you want of a Mexican

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Disgusting ribs served in less than 5 minutes after order. Burritos can later but was merely satisfying hunger. The restaurant looks ok but not sure the standard of the kitchen balance the high prices.
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• 12 Sep 2014 • 40 reviews • 1 follower

They charge for water

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Second-third rate Mexican food that doesn't really taste Mexican.

There's realy no reason to go here, especially as just across the way is one the best Mexican places in Singapore.

We wouldn't have been this down on the fact that they charge for water if the food was ok, but it's just not.

Stricly a tourist trap.
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