Family was in the mood for Mexicaaaan. Decided to try somewhere new, but I don’t think we’ll be back here any time soon. I personally felt that the owner was a bit snobby and overly pushy, which I do not like. Dining is supposed to be a fun and enjoyable experience! Oh well maybe it’s just me.
A short 2-page menu that basically consists of appetizers, various burritos, different meats and a few desserts. We ordered a few things to share, which I always think is a good idea! You get to try lots of stuff and you don’t get sick of your own course.
Kitchen Sink Burrito ($20)
Chicken, beef, refried beans, rice, salsa, cheese, guacamole, sour cream etc etc… really everything that you might find in a burrito. It’s humongous and very filling!
Pardon the very bad photo, my brothers were very hungry.
Enchiladas with Breen in Ranchera Sauce ($18)
Shredded beef rolled in soft corn tortillas, topped with red sauce of ranchera. According to the menu, this is a very traditional way of doing enchiladas. Love the red sauce, it’s slightly sweet and slightly tangy. The brown mess in the background is mushroooooms! Almost a paste but not quite so. Very tasty! This was the most unique dish of the night, imo!
Fajitas ($32 for chicken, beef or veggies, $34 for chicken and beef). The above is beef!
Can you feel the heat of my fajitas from the photo??? 😀 This place prides themselves on using freshly air-flown meat that’s marinated and grilled to perfection. They’re served with sautéed onions, lemon, 5 tortillas, guacamole, shredded cheese and red salsa. These were rather tough though, I think Chili’s does a better job at fajitas. Also not extremely tasty.
One thing great about Dempsey is the abundance of space. Everywhere’s nice and spacious, with really high ceilings! So comfortable.