La Condesa Brings Mexico to Subiaco

La Condesa has been open for a few months now, and it has quickly become the talk of the town. This Tulum-inspired Mexican restaurant is not just a place to dine, but a true culinary experience that will transport you to a sandy spot on the Caribbean coastline. La Condesa is the ninth venue from the Lavish Habits roster, and it is the refined, grown-up sister of the highly popular La Cholita.

Clint Nolan, the founder of Lavish Habits, wanted to bring a little bit of Mexico to Subiaco with La Condesa. Named after the hip suburb of Mexico City, the restaurant is all about great food, great drinks and a fantastic atmosphere. With its upscale ambience and attention to detail, La Condesa is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a night out with friends or family.

On the menu, you will find allusions to time-honoured Mexican favourites mixed with some modern twists that give the share dishes a playful touch. The coconut snapper ceviche, chipotle pumpkin tostadas, miso eggplant, braised lamb barbacoa and spiced duck quesadillas are just a few examples of the delicious dishes that you can expect to find at La Condesa. Every dish is made with locally sourced seafood and the freshest ingredients, ensuring that you are getting the best of what the area has to offer.

When it comes to drinks, La Condesa has something for everyone. Their bar is stocked high with 100% agave tequilas and mescals, making it the perfect place to try out something new. And for those who prefer a fruity cocktail, you will be in for a treat with their seasonal drinks menu.

In conclusion, La Condesa is a must-visit restaurant for anyone looking for a true Mexican culinary experience. With its delicious food, fantastic drinks, and upscale atmosphere, it is the perfect place for a night out in Subiaco. So, grab a few friends, head to 483 Hay St, Subiaco WA 6008, and get ready to be transported to a sandy spot on the Caribbean coastline.

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