Lola’s Mexican Kitchen in White Plains, NY – Take Two. Stick to the House Specialties

Since the Tacos were not too hot the last time I was at Lola’s Mexican Kitchen (click here to see the last post), I decided to return and try something else.  Unfortunately, Lola’s did not make my heart sing.  Again.

Brisket Burrito: sweet plantains, queso fresco, peppers, onions, refried beans, ancho bbq sauce. I just realized what a dumb mistake I made. I essentially ordered the same food as the last time, just wrapped in a different packaging. Last time, it was wrapped in a taco and this time in a burrito. Guess what? My experience and comments are the same. Too much sauce and the brisket is dry. The rice and beans was decent.

Slow Braised Short Rib: tequila-beer marinade, peppers, onions, smoked chipotle sauce, fried plantains. The moral of the story here is that when going to Lola’s Mexican Kitchen, stick to house specialties on the menu. The meat was tender and fell off easily when cut in and in the mouth. The marinade and the smoked sauce worked well together. This was a tasty dish.

This experience took place at

Lola’s Mexican Kitchen

169 E Post Rd
White Plains, NY
(914) 358-4939

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I am a New Yorker who flies home to Taiwan in the Summer. I absolutely believe food is one of the most pleasurable things in life. Hence, my chronicle of anticipated glorious food experiences.

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