Rosa Mexicano


October 8, 2012 by Emily Pergament

On Saturday night, Rob’s parents took us to Rosa Mexicano. We went to the UWS location, but there are a few locations throughout the city. It was packed when we arrived for our reservation at 6:30 – it’s a popular pre-Lincoln Center restaurant. Luckily, we were seeing a show at 9:00, so we had plenty of time.

Rob’s mom and I both had salmon with a fruity sauce, served over some vegetable (spinach?) and pancetta.

Rob and his dad both got shrimp with a yummy tomato sauce, steak and fries. Rob joined the clean plate club.

We also started with a delectable, medium-spicy guacamole (though I can’t imagine how spicy the “hot” guac is!), and a round of drinks. I got a glass of red sangria, and it was huge, the same size as my glass of water. It was really good. It was my third time at Rosa Mexicano, and I would go back next week if I had the chance – there are so many tempting entrees on the menu.



5 thoughts on “Rosa Mexicano

  1. Anne says:

    Mmmmm! It was delicious Salmon and I think the vegetable was kale. Very healthy!

  2. Claire says:

    I went to the Union Square one a few weeks ago! They have awesome happy hour deals and Taco Tuesdays.

  3. Claire says:

    Yes! It’s like half price sangria and I forget what else….but the taco appetizers are all 5 dollars on taco tuesday!

  4. Mark says:

    Shrmp steak and fries? My kind of place. Let’s hit it.


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