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Tai Hang residents are raving about Andy’s Garage, a Mexican eatery that’s been making waves throughout the entire city. Quesadillas, burritos, guacamole and enchiladas – it’s all there for your dining pleasure. Found on Sun Chun Street in Tai Hang, Andy’s Garage is located close to Causeway Bay Sports Ground and Victoria Park, as well as to Causeway Bay terminus and Tin Hau station. An fun experience for the whole family, a meal at Andy’s Garage is worth every cent.
The food is very affordable and the environment has a certain mexican touch to it which makes it a fabulous dining experience there! I love it
Step inside Andy’s Garage on Sun Chun Street in Tai Hang and take in the restaurant’s pleasant environment, decorated with a mix of Mexican and wild west furnishings like cowboy hats, Mexican flags and Latin-inspired paintings. In addition to Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine, you’ll be surprised to find that Andy’s Garage also serves up Italian dishes and even pasta. Internationally-minded, this restaurant fits nicely into multicultural Hong Kong. Bring the kids along to Andy’s Garage for an exciting cultural experience that they’ll never forget.
Hong Kong’s Andy’s Garage provides a friendly environment where locals (and tourists, too) are invited to chow down on authentic Mexican classics. Start off with appetisers such as jalapeno rellenos or guacamole with chips, then jump right into mains like ground chorizo quesadillas, spicy pork fajitas or a huge chicken burrito. The enchiladas, made with your choice of mushrooms, chicken or beef and either red or green salsa, are always a crowd pleaser at this Tai Hang Mexican restaurant – book today to ensure a great table!