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    1. Otto G.

      Another preferred watering hole of the local expat crowd, Burgers and Beer offers American and Mexican border cuisine.

      Starting early (7:30am) with the various American-style breakfasts (those link sausages sure taste good!), one can return for lunch and munch on those tasty sirloin burgers. If watching one’s weight, then a choice of the sandwiches and a fresh salad would be a healthy option.
      Doubling back once more after a nice ‘siesta’, what better way to have ‘merienda’ than trying out those classic Mexican burritos, tacos or quesadillas. Washing them down with a few imported cold ‘cervezas’ definitely makes for a perfect combination. The thin-crust pizzas are also worth trying. Some may find the prices a bit on the high side, but then, good quality comes with a price.
      Service given by the polite and well-groomed waitresses is good; though having them in uniform outfits would be a nice complement to the place. The restroom is very clean and smells really good.
      Overall, the verandah-like setting provides a nice and airy place to enjoy those stateside-type of meals without having to leave the country.

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    Two AIR CONDITIONED dinning areas with 2 outdoor tables. Soon to open NEW screened in area for sitting of 24 to 32 people

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