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Who says you can't crack open a good bottle of Californian red with your Mission-style, beast of a burrito? At Muchachos, the burritos are so ridiculously reasonable (and humungous!) at $12 a pop, you'll have spare change to spend on a $40 bottle of wine to complete your dinner date. Customize your burrito by selecting your favourite meat, toppings and salsa. You can even choose the smaller "burritino" for the "womenfolk" as they say at Muchachos ;) Tasty food, good wine, and the chic, industrial feel of this Keong Saik eatery is just what a date needs.
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182 Cecil Street
#01-01 Frasers Tower
Singapore 069547

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11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm


11:00am - 09:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Muchachos has resurfaced, looking all shiny and new at Fraser’s Tower. Its street level location is just across from Amoy Street Hawker Centre. Besides the usual, there are a couple of new items on the menu too. Like the California Burrito.
If you are a die-hard fries fan, this has your name on it. Stuffed in there with the grilled beef and cheese is pretty much a truckload of crispy potato strips. Should you find the going a tad dry, just reach out for the bottles of sriracha or habanero hot sauce sitting on the tables. A squirt of either or both does a lot of good based on my experience.


And with a whole new look and branding too.
Now located at #01-01 of Fraser’s Tower on Cecil Street, Muchachos’ all-glass frontage faces Amoy Street Hawker Centre which makes it easy to spot from the street. The eye-catching interior is done up in Cali-Mex (California-Mexican) style with colourful neon strip lighting.
Orders are to be placed at the counter near the main entrance, after which a buzzer is given to you. Once it sounds, you just need to collect your food at the pick-up section towards the other end.
I decided to try the tacos today, choosing 3 different proteins for the filling: Tongue ($6) Fish and Chicken ($4.80 each), and added guacamole to all (for an extra $1.20 per taco) because I can never say no to guac. Served warm, the tortillas were very soft but sturdy enough to hold the generous amount of fillings well. Speaking of fillings, I thought they were seasoned nicely and decently flavourful. My top pick would be the Tongue, partly because I don’t recall having come across a tongue taco in Singapore to date and this was tasty. One thing to note: there’s quite a bit of chopped raw onions used as garnish. I love that personally but just in case you aren’t so keen on having “onion breath”, you might want to inform the staff when placing your order.


At last, Muchachos has reopened at a new location at Frasers Tower at Cecil St. Here the interior is bolder and brighter but still offers the same awesome Mexican favourites.

One such favourite is the California burrito that has a hefty amount of carne asada or grilled sliced beef and, that’s right, FRENCH FRIES! Add the popular spicy Cholula hot sauce and you’ll have no qualms finishing this huge burrito.