Nothing on the menu was remotely Mexican, not even any spices, seasoning or ingredients. Baffled why there's so many Mexican-Italian places here... you don't see any Japanese-Swedish or Spanish-German restaurants, do you? I can't make sense of why they lump Mexican and Italian together. But it's neither, anyway.
Here, just as in nearly every "Mexican" restaurant in the UK, overly sweet Italian inspired sauces + British sauces are mixed with Middle Eastern and South Asian seasonings/ingredients in truly odd dishes that aren't Mexican or even Italian really.
British folks may enjoy this, but for me it was inedible. Odd dishes that don't go together and are not representative of any cuisine style, underseasoned, mushy, bland. I'd give it zero stars if I could. If you like Mexican food, steer clear.
Also there isn't a single person of Mexican or Italian descent working here.
This is the first review of Dos Amigos.