On a rainy night last week I walked with a friend, hood up, from the Financial District over the bridge to the Seaport on a quest for Rosa Mexicano's tableside guacamole. The first ever Boston location is now open at 155 Seaport Blvd in the World Trade Center West building.
Something about that fountain is so serene!
We were seated at the first table by the front door which was anything but serene. Not only did we feel a gust of cold, wet wind every time the door opened, but we were also next to one of the computers where the wait staff input all of their orders, so we overheard them gossiping as well.
Minus the poor location, our table was quite beautiful. I love the vibrant colored plates and the gold candle holder.
Within minutes of placing our order, the guacamole fairy rolled her cart right to our table!
The enchiladas came swimming in a sea of green sauce and topped with scallions and grated carrots. The dish was a generous portion, had bold Mexican flavors and filled me up very quickly!
Our waitress came back with our churros and they were inside a hot pink, paper bag. I thought to myself, "What a cute presentation!" Before I could even reach for the bag, our waitress picked it up and began shaking it! Apparently this is how they ensure every inch of your churro is coated in cinnamon sugar.
Have you been to the new Rosa Mexicano in the Seaport or to one of their other locations? Where does their guacamole rank on your list?