After a great success in U.B City, The famous ‘Sanchez Taqueria and Cantina’ has now come to Indiranagar tit definitely catapults you to Mexico with its authentic Mexican food having a modern twist. The restaurant features a live taqueria that rolls fresh tacos (and much more) to give you an immediate taste of Mexican food and a raw lowlight romantic Mexican ambiance.
We entered Sanchez to find ourselves in a raw yet cozy and colourful ambience pumping with the Mexican vibe. For the love of alcohol, Sanchez has added a vibrant bar that offers a variety of drinks. For outdoor seating, Sanchez has provided a casual section surrounded by refreshing vertical gardens.
The all-encompassing menu is curated by Chef Vikas Seth himself and can keep you staring at it for quite a sometime. Apart from freshly rolled tacos at the live counters, Sanchez offers the traditional Mexican Margaritas, Garnachas, Chilaquiles, Burritos and desserts.
To start off, we tried the Beetroot Avocado Toast and Green Apple and Mint Guacamole. The buttery fruit was perfectly mashed and layered on the in-house Bolillo bread, which had a modern Sanchez tasty twist to it. Though it was mild, the citrus juices opened up our taste buds. The Green Apple and Mint Guacamole was surely tasty but healthier with low calories. The hint of Mint stole the show.
Next, we tried the refreshingly spicy Tex-Mex Wet Burritos that were surely to behold and taste. The meat had perfectly blended with the spices and other ingredients. Food Tip: Try it with a variety of sauces to treat your senses. Their pork tacos were delicious and fulfilling, that’s a must try of you have any space left!
For dessert, we tasted the Avocado and Dark Chocolate Mousse and treated the chocolate lover in us. We also tried the Dulce Leches, which was excellently cooked to boast the richness of milk and caramel. To conclude on a sweet note, we ordered the golden-brown crispy Stuffed Churros that were to die for.
So, go ahead and make your Mexican fantasy come true at Sanchez, Indiranagar, Bengaluru!