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La Sirena Mexican Restaurant
€22 for 2-Course Lunch incl. Starters & Main Courses for 2 at La Sirena Mexican Restaurant, Malahide (value up to €45)
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- Under the sea - darling it's tastier - take it from me!
- €22 for two starters and two main courses from the lunch menu at La Sirena Mexican Restaurant, Malahide.
- Sea-front location with only fresh ingredients used.
- Salsa and tortilla chips made in house giving them that extra special taste of Mexican goodness.
- Served Friday-Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays, 1-4pm.
Captivating sea mermaids of Greek mythology; the Sirens were known to have sung to mariners in attempts to lure them into the sea. And then Hans Christian Andersen and his pal Walt Disney came along and now we associate the elusive Siren with dancing crabs and a scary octopus.
Instead of dancing with sea creatures, La Sirena in Malahide will let you nibble on them instead: €22 for two starters and two main courses from the lunch menu (usual price up to €45).
Whilst you won't find some poached Ariel on the menu, there's plenty of other edibles - their signature nachos are infamously good while the prawns in beer tempura aim to please. Spice-lovers will adore spicy beef chilli while fans of classical Mexican grub will be delighted with the grilled fajitas.
The menu is packed full of such treats and seeing as La Sirena is conveniently located right on the seafront, your fish will be as fresh as if it had just jumped on to your plate itself.
The team at La Sirena have proud attention to detail and make all their salsas and tortilla chips in house to guarantee a top level of delicious quality for each and every diner. There's also a range of house cocktails if you feel like following your meal up with some drinks.
Get your Mexican-loving hands on today's deal and look forward to diving into some finger-lickingly good grub at this amazing Mexican restaurant.
Some images supplied courtesy of Deirdre Ohlwein Wolfgang.