Saturday, 13 April 2013


Yesterday I got invited to a birthday dinner at a Mexican restaurant called Chimichanga, I would just like to take a moment to talk about the decor (Classic design student right here). Well the decor was absolutely adorable, it made me feel like I was legit on holiday in Mexico, the restaurant was decorated with stone totem statues, aztec patterns and black accents. It was extremely modern and am looking forward to my next adventure there.

The atmosphere was so fun and easy, which instantly relaxes the diners.  First we ordered some drinks, I tried the ever so tasty Pina colada. Cue; "Yes, I like Pina Coladas, and getting caught in the rain.”

Even if you hate pineapple and coconuts as I do, I would still 100% recommend this drink it topped off the holiday feeling perfectly!!


When everyone arrived we received our menus, which gave out a 50’s jazz vibe as well as keeping with the Mexican theme. A lot of contemplating ensued due to the fact we were spoiled for choice, I wanted to try at least 5 dishes on the menu but in the end I settled for a gorgeous creation known as the Smokey mountain burger.



A smokey mountain burger consists of your classic burger patty topped with bacon, Jack cheese & portobello mushrooms, along with a side salad and house fries, mixed salad or mexican rice. It’s probably one of the less spicy dishes due to the fact I am so sensitive to spice, but the house fries are lightly coated in a spicy residue and the tomatoes on the salad definitely had spices added to them!!

As there was a birthday, we had a good play with some sombreros after they sung the “Happy birthday!!” song and brought over some ice-cream and a candle.


Thank you Changa for the food and sombereos!!

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