Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Tex-Mex and Cajun Food at Border Cafe

A friend's mom came to visit and she wanted to treat us to dinner. We went to Border Cafe, which serves Tex-Mex and Cajun food. This is the Half-and-Half (Beef and Chicken) Fajitas, served sizzling on a pan with a side of tortillas, rice, beans, and pico de gallo.

The same dish, but just chicken.

Mexican Burger: mesquite broiled hamburger topped with a scoop of guacamole, and served with pico de gallo and fries. Can you say a heart attack? Those were some of the thinnest fries I have ever seen.

Mesquite Swordfish: a fresh 10 oz. swordfish steak grilled over a mesquite fire. Served with seasoned corn and black beans, Jose's rice and mango salsa.

The swordfish was surprisingly juicy! It really melted in my mouth. I also loved the mango salsa.

Chimichurri Steak:an authentic Argentinean style flank steak grilled over mesquite wood, cooked medium, sliced and served with black beans, rice, ad pico de gallo. I had one piece of the steak...it was quite tough.

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