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  • "Great Mexican "

    4 Reviewed 2014-09-04 15:11:06 By Frankie9684

    Visitors this place with friends. Good place for Mexican food. Nice cocktails and margaritas. Ambience was decent. Will visit again.

  • "Best Mexican in Dubai"

    5 Reviewed 2014-08-22 16:04:40 By tarektabbara

    My go-to place for Mexican food. Food is excellent and atmosphere too. Price is reasonable. Staff knowledgeable. Check it out if you like Mexican

  • "Good food but let down in atmosphere"

    4 Reviewed 2014-08-13 02:16:19 By thompsonforlife

    Always enjoy going here for good Mexican cuisine, highly recommend the guacamole which they prepare for you table side making it a personalized touch. Atmosphere is abit of a let down though and decor can get abit of an upgrade but hey what am I to say, I go there for the food not the view :)

  • "correct mexican spot in great location"

    3 Reviewed 2014-07-28 02:08:37 By Lugano22

    Fuego is a Mexican restaurant located in Souk Al Bahar I went with 2 friends late evening on a Saturday without reservation. It was not busy. The overall impression of the place was slick and smart, with an understated palate of browny purples. The restaurant space was modestly sized, and slightly elongated. The place is not unattractive, if not slightly lacking in character. We opted for plate to share such as the "guacamole on the spot", which was made at our table and to our taste, served in a dramatic volcanic-stone bowl. For starters, we also tried the "fuego nachos" As main course, we selected the fajitas called "fuego parillada", a mix of angus beef, chicken and prawns presented on a sizzling plate, with warm flour tortilla, Mexican rice, beans and guacamole salad. Plate was good, but not exceptional. As a conclusion, nothing special for this mexican spot, decoration is a bit simple, miss character and unfortunately no terrace. Prices are not cheap.

  • "Great food!!"

    4 Reviewed 2014-07-17 14:06:23 By HelderPinto

    It was a great dinner. Food was good and the service was also very good!! It was great to talk Spanish in Dubai also. We should have found this place before.

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  • VascoAug 19, 2014

    Close it ... Keep the margaritas and start all over again. Even if it was a budget restaurant ... Not coming back

  • NOAERJul 16, 2014

    margarita (3*), queso fundido (2 1/2*), guacamole (4*), camarones enchipotlado quesadilla (3 1/2*), camarones en cazuela (3 1/2*), lamb shank barbacoa (3 1/2*) & pavo w/salsa verde (2 1/2*).

  • RodrigoMay 26, 2014

    Try the frozen melon margarita (la comadre) or if u like a spicy margarita take the jalapeño cilantro

  • TaranaMay 19, 2014

    Food tastes great watch out for portions as they are large.

  • JasonApr 19, 2014

    Drinks are not good: mixers from the bottle. Food not worth it. My first and last time here. If you want good Mexican, go to Maya.

  • StephanieDec 26, 2013

    Food is quite basic, nothing special and slightly overpriced. Does not live up to the hype. Service was also mediocre, waiters did not know about the dishes.

  • PebblesAug 05, 2013

    Try their Guacamole on the spot!

  • AshconJun 17, 2013

    Agreed- the guac was way overpriced and came with ONE avocado. Other food was OK

  • ShahiJun 16, 2013

    Skip the guacamole- overpriced and underwhelming

Location:

Level 3, Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Estimated Price: (Starter + Main + Drink)

250 AED

Cuisines:

Mexican, Latin American

Alcohol:

Yes

Restaurant Hours

Coca Cola

About

Discover the bold taste of Mexico in the warm and inviting ambience of Souk Al Bahar's latest restaurant concept, Fuego. The name Fuego refers to ‘fire’ or ‘flame’ that is introduced in Mexican food through both flavors and sight.

Fuego’s menu has been devised by Concept Chef Anil and authenticated and executed by Chef de Cuisine Jose Manuel “Puma” from Mexico City.


Friday Brunch Specials:

AED 219 Includes Food and Soft Beverages.

AED 279 Includes Food and 3 House Spirits or 3 Margaritas.

AED 349 Includes Food and Selected Premium Spirits, Cocktails.

Timings: 12:00PM To 4:00PM

We have a live DJ playing Latino tunes and Retro, Funky music.

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