Salsa Cabana Bar
Yotsuya: Tex-Mex
Salsa Cabana Bar (Yotsuya: Tex-Mex)
Salsa Cabana Bar
Open 11:30am-2, 5pm-1:30am (LO) daily.
late: Open late
Sun: Open Sundays

The food here is very nicely prepared, and in spite of the simplicity of items like tacos and enchiladas, somehow tastes more Mexican regional than Tex-Mex. Our swordfish tacos had a lot of big flavors, although our nachos needed a bit of extra heat to bring out their best.

Another nice touch is the selection of four different "Day of the Dead" Mexican craft beers, including a pleasant-enough IPA, to supplement the usual Coronas. At Y700 per bottle they're a good deal. Budget around Y3000 for food and drink.

Yotsuya
Shinjuku-ku, Yotsuya 1-20-9.
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