Formerly known as “Mamasitas Cantina”, ZS Hospitality Group has changed things up a bit after the whole fiasco with Harlan Goldstein last year. The restaurant still serves a variety of Mexican fare by the energetic and charismatic Chef Edgar Navarro. In addition, you’ll find a selection of American food on the menu as well, hence the new name: Mexus. The restaurant is vibrant, with a few funny wall murals (like the one of Trump in a sombrero holding a hot dog).
Despite facing a few recent hurdles, Mamasita’s Cantina promises diners authentic Mexican street food in an upbeat Latin atmosphere. With a Cuban-inspired bar on the 6th floor, offering a range of drinks and cigars, and a quaint outdoor patio, and the restaurant on the floor below, Mamasita’s Cantina has an appeal that reaches out to many. The menu includes your typical Mexican dishes like tacos, guacamole and chips, and pork carnitas, while also offering a modern Mexican take on other dinner staples.
If you’ve ever gone to Coyotes (one of my favourite Mexican restaurants in Hong Kong) during the week for their buffet lunch, and thought to yourself, ‘I really wish they offered this on the weekend too’, then you’re in luck. Coyotes has just launched a Sunday all you can eat and drink brunch that is great value and perfect for those looking to switch up their regular weekend eggs benedict routine.