06/18/2014Bravo Nouvelle Cuisine of Mexico
Do not go to Bravo expecting "traditional" (as in what the typical Mexican restaurant in the southern U.S. cause I've never actually been to Mexico and can't rightly say what is truly traditional) Mexican food. First, the cheapest item on the menu is about $8, I'm used to the $6 combos. There are no Enchiladas, no Chile Rellenos, no pablamos, no beans and rice that come with each meal, mariachi band music, no latin music at all, in fact, I don't think there was even a Mexican that worked there. I had a taco steak salad. It looked more like a steak salad with a flower tortilla as the bowl. No guacamole, no sour cream, no ground cumin or chili in the seasoning of the meat. It tasted good. Actually tasted like a cheeseburger salad, but not a "taco salad". My friend had one with the ground beef. It tasted o.k., but the ground beef was seasoned more like a sloppy joe or even pasta sauce than "Mexican" seasoning. Anywho...the food was not BAD.. it just wasn't what we expected.