Antigua Mexican And Latin Restaurant

West Allis

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A self-taught chef crafts Mexican, Latin American, and Spanish dishes in an orange-hued eatery

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  • $12 for $25 toward Latin American dinner fare for two
  • $24 for $50 toward Latin American dinner fare for four

The menu includes a variety of options, including enchiladas ($8.89), chicken covered in housemade creamy chipotle sauce ($8.89-$14.45), mole poblano ($8.89-$14.40), and churrasco argentino-a charcoal-grilled steak served with chimichurri sauce ($21.75).

Spanish-influenced plates of salmon a la catalana grace tables, accompanied by spinach, pine nuts, raisins, and apples ($16.79) while Mexican-bred carne a la tampiqueña prompts a palate party fueled by favors of guacamole, rice, and beans ($19.95).

Antigua Latin Restaurant

The vibrant orange walls are enough to make Antigua Latin Restaurant stand out, but owner and self-taught chef Nicolas Ramos appeals to his customers' other senses with a menu of contemporary Mexican, Latin American, and Spanish dishes. He taps into his family's experience in the restaurant industry-which spans across more than 50 years-to populate his dining room's blue tablecloths with Cuban sandwiches, paella, traditional tapas, and enchiladas crafted from fresh ingredients. Additionally, the eatery's culinary experts host hands-on cooking classes that instruct students on the finer points of preparing a Caribbean feast or using a shrink ray to transform an entree into an appetizer.

Customer Reviews

It was a fun casual place to have a mexican dinner with my kids!
Silvia S. · February 1, 2013
First experience awesome I will definitely be back
Rali S. · January 31, 2013
I typically love Antigua. The menu is fantastic and represents a variety of Latin styles. Today's visit I was not impressed with my shrimp dish (shrimp lacked flavor I recall from previous visits, rice was not cooked through), but the special my husband ordered was over the top fantastic. We will be back, and I'll be more adventurous on my next order.
Jessica D. · January 6, 2013

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