Loca to celebrate Mexican Independence Day

The restaurant will mark the occasion on September 16

Loca is set to mark this years' Mexican Independence Day.
Loca is set to mark this years' Mexican Independence Day.

Mexican restaurant Loca is set to mark this years’ Mexican Independence Day with a Saturday brunch on September 16.

The brunch will be held from 12pm to 5pm, across all the three branches in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, and will cost AED270 (US$74) including house beverages.

Serving up an authentic slice of Mexico in the desert, the Loca menu features classic Latin American flavours designed by Chef Juan Flores. The brunch will feature the outlet’s most popular starters and desserts, with mains that can be ordered a la carte from the brunch menu, including their ‘make your own tacos’.

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Firm favourites on the brunch menu include huervos machaca, Loca’s slow-roasted ribs, kingfish fajitas and the restaurants famous guacamole prepared tableside.

For sports lovers, the usual EPL games will be shown Live throughout the days on the restaurants big screen TV’s so fans can support their team, while enjoying the festivities.

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