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222 E. Main St. Send to Phone
Lively Latin American flavor and atmosphere in suburban Mt. Kisco.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Mango Cafe Restaurant Review

: Tropical colors like orange, ochre and verdant greens along with a brightly tiled floor and novelty chairs make for the lively vibe at this Mt. Kisco café. The eclectic and creative Latin American-accented fare features combinations of quesadillas, enchiladas and burritos along with festive hybrids including a shareable starter of fajita nachos with mixed cheeses, a choice of grilled chicken or steak, onions, peppers and black beans. Starters also highlight more "elevated" Latin style cuisine like a ceviche de camarones, lemon and lime marinated Ecuadorian shrimp with tomatoes, onions and cilantro. Move on to the entrées that offer flavors ranging from Peruvian to Argentinean: slow-roasted pork medallions with black bean sauce served with mashed potatoes, jícama, onions and tequila dressing; Chilean sea bass crusted with crispy plantain and red pepper served with mango mojo and roasted corn. A full bar serves up margaritas and mojitos to a lively crowd on certain evenings.

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