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This is probably one of the best known Mexican restaurants in Singapore. Nested in a corner at Holland Village, this old brand continues to serve quality and authentic mexican food. their interesting menu is best suited for those with exquisite taste buds, or those who fancies exotic flavours. I for one, is a great fan.
First time trying Mexican food, n i love it...nice
their food is as catchy as their name. nice mexican food served.
Best mexican dish ever Unique and delicious!
Authentic mexican cuisine with nice atmosphere at holland....
I love the interior design here, lovely......
the only mexican restaurant that i have been to but i think the food at cha cha cha is really nice. went down to try the food for our project on unique cuisine with my friends. we ordered several dishes, could not remeber the names for the dishes but is taco and some side dishes. i really like the sour and spicy taste in the food, really appetising. the salsa dip is great too, very different from those that i had tried elsewhere. this place is also great for chill out with friends at night Spending: Approximately SGD 30(Lunch)
I always frequent cha cha cha as my girls and i always find the food here unique and delicious. Although sometimes the food is inconsistent BUT most of the time they do not disappoint Their Chicken TAPA and FLAUTA are to die for!!!!! dunno what it is??? THEN IT IS THE PERFECT REASON FOR YOU TO CHECK IT OUT! Anway, Cha cha cha also has a decent drinks menu so it is the perfect place for you to go to and just relax, eat, and chill afterwards with some of your friends Spending: Approximately SGD 30(Dinner)
I stumbled upon this place because i miss Mexican food so badly .

I looked at their menu it has a range of typical Mexican restaurant from tacos, burrito to quesadillas.

So I ordered burrito right away. Their service is quite fast maybe less than 10 mins my hot burrito was served. The taste is really good surprisingly and i enjoyed while it last.

PS: That bald uncle is quite annoying always checking if we're finish eating. Seems like he wanted us to go.

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Cha Cha Cha. Catchy right? Well, at least that’s what we thought! So we decided to be spontaneous and just go for it Actually, we couldn’t really figure out anything even though descriptions were given in the menu. Almost wanted to walk out. Haha. Everything looked pretty much the same and umm…foreign.. But we were quite gung ho at the same time. Eenie meenie miney moe!

The spontaneous friend surprised me with an order of Cerdo con Salsa Verde ($18). What’s that you ask? I’d like to know too! It’s actually Mexican pork stew served with Mexican rice and flour tortillas. Now how do you eat it? The pork stew is a bit too salty to be eaten on its own. Rice is slightly spicy. So the way to go is to eat it popiah style!

One of the cheaper mains in the menu but it’s so so.. not so so, but so so awesome. I’m kidding you not. The Flauta ($13.50) is basically two pieces of flour tortillas filled with shredded chicken rolled into a shape of a flute, deep fried and topped with mexicana salsa, sour cream and guacamole. What’s guacamole? It’s an avocado-based dip. The shredded chicken was moist and buttery. Even though it’s deep fried, I didn’t find it oily at all. And I loved everything about it. If you ever have lunch or dinner at Cha Cha Cha, please send the Flauta my love.

Really wanted to try the churros but we already had plans for dessert elsewhere. Sometimes, you need to stick to your plans too ;)

Read it here: http://foodoshoot.wordpress.com/2010/05/10/cha-cha-cha-mexican-restaurant-speedy-gonzales-why-dont-cha-come-home/

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