Though you may not instantly recognise this Mexican restaurant from the street, upon entry you suddenly appreciate how much work has gone into the decor. Earthy tones and mosaic tiling, as well as cactus and other stoneware furnishings all, lend themselves to a modern Mexican concept. Turning to the menu, we ordered three dishes. As an entré, the Breadcrumbed Peppers stuffed with Cheddar Cheese sounded interesting on paper and were indeed delicious off the plate. Crispy Eggplant Tacos sounded tempting for both veg and non-veg caps but, upon consumption, we felt that we were only getting flavour from the unspiced frijoles and guacamole. Finally, the Beef Fajitas with Cheddar Cheese had me, the non-veg, quite excited but again I was screaming for more spices in general. Even the topping of Cheddar had somehow lost it's flavour in the kitchen! The evening was saved by the well-stocked bar, featuring a variety of tequila, sambucca and the largest range of Mezcals in the whole of Tri-city. What caught our eye were all the Tequila and Mezcal-driven Cocktails: The Luis Signature Cocktail features Sierra Antiguo Plata Tequila, Mezcal, Kale, Apple and Vinigrette. A great start, but my colleague's Estilo Viejo with Tequila, Bourbon, Honey Liquor and Orange Bitters had the kick that one truly associates with a night out at a Mexican bar.