We’ve heard of brunch in Dubai and now here’s the next trend ‘DRUNCH’ which is a late lunch and early dinner. La Tablita is a Mexican restaurant, a cozy colorful place to be with friends and it’s more talking, singing, dancing, laughing than eating at La Tablita Drunch. For AED 149 non alcoholic package you get Chef’s special Ceviches, Tacos, Nachos and first class desserts. It’s a 2 hour Drunch from 04:00pm to 06:00pm on Fridays only.
The interiors of La Tablita is colorful and will bring out the good mood in you. There was LIVE music and singing which you will appreciate throughout your 2 hours at La Tablita. Initially I thought he was just a DJ but man he sings like a star!
We were given plenty of Mocktails to try. All of them were of new taste(not something you’ve tasted before). They had one with cinnamon and coconut milk which was my favourite. Rest of the mocktails were just ok when I think about taste.
The real show begins from here. Homemade Nachos accompanied by four amazing dippers. Guacamole was one of them and let me tell you these dippers were outstanding. Guacamole surely was fast moving and best in the lot for me. Each of these dippers took our taste buds to different directions. By the way, the orange color dipper you see above was the spiciest of all and you just wouldn’t be able to have too much of it but yet you wanted try pushing your limits. They were also kind of enough to refill whenever they found our dippers empty. This part of the drunch was definitely worth it.
They had seafood ceviches. The shrimp was nice. I typically don’t eat Octopus usually so I kind of skipped this one. These were the only 2 kind of ceviches offered during their Drunch.
Here’s the final piece of main which is the hot Tortilla that came with 2 chicken and one beef dish. The Tortillas are freshly made and they come hot, wrapped in a cloth. You might not like all the meat mixes but you can always reorder what you like as much as you want. I only wished they had more for the mains. We felt it was a little less for AED 149.
I love the Tres Leches which is basically a cake dipped in three different forms of milk. The cake was extremely soft and together with the milk was just out of the world. Highly recommend to try this dessert if you’ve never tried one before as they Tres Leches seemed to be perfectly made here. Churros which is a spanish favourite was lovely with that thick dark chocolate dipper doing the trick. Click here to visit their official page. Click here to see pictures in full screen view: