Mexican ballads, sombrero shaped ashtrays and splashy pictures of Frida Kahlo; this place has the lot. Service is great, flirty even, while the menu gets gongs for featuring all the right Mexican suspects. There’s a distinct lack of dynamite to the salsa, but all in all this is a decent addition to Warsaw’s Mex offerings, and a definite alternative to your more tried Nowy Świat venues.


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Open 11:00 - 24:00, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 02:00.

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US Ohio, Columbus
In America we have many Tex/Mex and Mexican restaurants that are authentic. I was very pleased to find that Frida was quite authentic. Despite a Polish chef the food was as good as many restaurants in the US. And the margaritas were very good. I had a pork filled burrito, guacamole as a starter. The other members of my party had the chili and steak fajitas. The only complaint we had was that the steak was a bit sparse.
USA Vermont, Brattleboro
This restaurant serves solid Mexican food in a festive environment. The decor holds lots of color and food for the eye as you wait for your meal. I had fajitas which consisted of a rich blend of chicken peppers onions and spices. The waiter forgot to bring a plate on which to put together the fajitas and of course he disappeared for a few minutes after he brought me my meal. He did quickly bring a plate when he saw "fajita juice" dripping onto the table. All in all a very good Mexican expedrience and worth visiting if you're tired of pierogi's and barszcz.
PL, Wawa
This place now rivals El Popo for the only other decent Mex restaurant in Warsaw. Ask for spicy salsa. The fajitas are very good.
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