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  1. Cafe Magana (now closed) used to have good french fries & Heinz ketchup. Does anyone have a recommendation for fries in the Lakeside area that are really good?
  2. First visit and we were very pleased with both the food and the service. The hamburguesa de camarones (shrimp burger) was the best by far of any I've had Lakeside. Merendero's version is full of large shrimp with a spicy sauce and caramelized onions. It was 79 pesos. The hamburguesa de cordero (lamb burger) was very good and hefty; it had that crunchy outer crust that a burger should have. It was 99p. The fries are among the best we've had here. They come pre-seasoned. Merendero serves real Heinz ketchup...so much better than that orange stuff. The fries are included in the price of the burgers. The rolls are tasty; they have some sort of an herb flavor on their tops, but not so strong to take away from the burger. They serve dill chip pickles and jalapeno slices on the side. They bring a small complimentary plate of sweet potato "shavings" with a drizzle of BBQ sauce. Wine is 50p for a healthy pour. Domestic beer is 25p on average. They sell micro-brews in bottles from other parts of Mexico; the IPA from Mexicali is a good strong brew for 70p. Service was faster than most places and very pleasant.
  3. Canuck

    Want Wings"?

    I've been craving wings lately and have been too lazy to head to the Libramiento. Plus the prices at that place can be pretty high. I'm delighted to have found Rocky Mountains. The wings were spot on. Crispy skin and well sauced. Very good fries. The beer ($13 on Thursdays) and Cokes were ice cold. Service was very friendly and the store was clean. Only thing missing was Heinz ketchup, but I'm a fanatic about that. I will definitely return. Probably too frequently for my own good. Located at Carretera 37F, just a bit east of the Pemex.
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