Housemade marinades infuse Tortuga's Mexican Restaurant’s meaty dishes with pops of flavor. Chefs drench fajitas’ skirt steak in a marinade and saturate creamy chipotle-chicken pieces in a smoky jalapeño cream sauce. Lime juice with cilantro and a spicy red chili also flavor meats, which are then stuffed inside a burrito, served on a bed of rice, or displayed on a fluffy pillow. Meat-free dishes include cheesy enchiladas and a trio of tacos filled with beans, cheese, and guacamole.
At El Sarape, the Marin family and their chefs eschew southwest and Tex-Mex recipes in favor of traditional and contemporary Mexican cuisine. Housemade corn dough morphs into chicken sopes and tortilla wedges, which diners dip into nachos with chihuahua cheese and pico de gallo. The kitchen also serves chipotle mashed potatoes beside pork tenderloin in tomatillo sauce and prepares skewers of shrimp and scallops Mazatlán style. At the bar, patrons can sample an array of tequilas while admiring the paintings adorning the walls, from a mural of a pastoral countryside to a topographical map of Mexico’s fourth dimension.
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At Xilantro, El Sarape's Luis Marin wanted to create "authentic old-world Mexican cuisine with a contemporary flair." With the help of his team of chefs, Marin did just that: the camarones en adobo, Puerco en mole verde, and pan-seared mahi-mahi with béchamel and huitlacoche elevates this eatery past standard Mexican food. Guests can also choose more traditional meals, including zesty pastor tacos, cochinita burritos, and burgers topped with award-winning guacamole. All dishes made with corn products are also gluten-free. In the words of one [Thrillist_(http://www.thrillist.com/food/philadelphia/pa/19087/main-line/xilantro_brunch_date-spots_great-cocktails_lunch_mexican_outdoors_tequila_wine#slide=7) writer, the restaurant, "forgoes the sombreros, maracas, and combo plates to offer progressive yet still authentic Mexi dishes." At the bar, bartenders whip up inventive cocktails with more than 100 premium tequilas between popping open Mexican beers and pouring global wines.
The restaurant's interior also reflects Marin's initial goal. Designed by Morrissey Design, the space evokes the laid-back feel of a traditional cantina with the upscale twist of such modern attributes as a modular bar, lime-green accents, and translucent, almost eerie vintage Mexican portraits.
Like finding the right college, spouse, or shade of nude pantyhose, the process of building your own burrito can be a difficult one. Machismo Burrito Bar helps create rapturous wrapped creations with a big buffet of scrumptious Southwestern fare. Start by choosing from a selection of flavor-imbued tortilla sheathes, such as jalapeño cheddar, wheat, or spinach, before piling on saffron rice, pinto beans, and any other warm ingredient offered at this smorgasbord of savory stuffings. Burrito architects can then adorn mouthwatering masterpieces with delicious decorum to sate spouting saliva fonts, including green peppers, jack-cheddar cheese, and limes. Machismo also provides Boca crumbles, a sour-cream alternative, and vegan cheese for nondairy noshes. Finally, strengthen swaddled suppers with an array of intense hot sauces to deliciously detonate mouth mines.
The Adobe Cafe's chefs find a way to accommodate nearly every diner without sacrificing the piquant flavors and aromas attributed to southwestern cuisine. They skillet-sear filet mignon and marinate chicken breasts and duck before tossing the seasoned meat with black beans, sautéed green peppers, and white onions for fajitas. But they also alter their traditional Mexican-inspired fare by substituting ground beef, chorizo, flank steak, and carnitas with seitan and tofu for vegetarians or meat eaters' pet goats. The chefs' use of ranchero sauce, roasted peppers, jerk seasoning, and even barbecue has earned the eatery a number of awards; The Adobe Cafe was recently named Best Southwestern Restaurant in Philadelphia by LocalEats.