Reviews on South American food in Enschede, Overijssel Province, The Netherlands. Enschede (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɛnsxəˌdeː] ( listen)), also known as Eanske [ˈɛːnskə] in the local dialect of Twents, is a municipality and a city in the eastern Netherlands in the province of Overijssel and in the Twente region. The municipality of Enschede consisted of the city of Enschede until 1935, when the rural municipality of Lonneker, which surrounded the city, was annexed after the rapid industrial expansion of Enschede which began in the 1860s and involved the building of railways and the digging of the Twentekanaal.
Things to do in Enschede
4 based on 119 reviews
Authentiek Zuid-Amerikaans restaurant! Met Carlinaâs halen wij een stukje Zuid-Amerika naar Nederland. In een huiselijke sfeer kunt u genieten van ons concept, een Culinaire Reis. Met de Culinaire Reis waant u zich in een ander continent. U ervaart authen
Carlina's was taking reservations for Valentine's Day, although they are normally closed on a Tuesday (except for big parties). It was a great experience!We had a combination menu with many different tastes of South America. The housewine (who is soon to be ex-housewine, because it is just too good!) was excellent and a perfect fit with our diverse meal. The coffee afterwards was a slow perculating coffee with a great after dinner taste. And the service was impeccable, with explanation of the dishes, some stories of the differences in customs between The Netherlands and Caribbean/ South American and a general feeling of appreciation.We will visit again. And not only on Valentines Day :)
4 based on 35 reviews
This restaurant is billed as Mexican restaurant, and, while it does have Mexican dishes on the menu the food is more of a "creative" Dutch approach to Mexican food based on the idea of putting salsa on top of tortillas. The grilled meats seemed to be better options than the traditional Mexican-named dishes. Would not recommend the margarita as it tasted pre-made. Overall, the prices were decent, portions filling albeit not really Mexican and the wait staff nice.
3 based on 77 reviews
Los Ponchos has a nice ambiance - Mexican pottery and artworks, lots of cacti, attractive lighting. The service was friendly and good.The menu contains all the usual Mexican dishes - tacos, burritos, chimichangas - and the portions are generous. We enjoyed our meal very much and thought it was good value.
I've been to the foodhal multiple times and every time I will end up ordering multiple items of the Tinkus menu. Also visited them at the Proefeet festival and had their perfectly made Inca burger. Tinkus never seems to disappoint, so I would recommend this restaurant to everyone.
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