Gringo's Cantina, Koh Samui
Gringos Cantina opened in 1998 serving traditional Tex-Mex dishes
Gringos Cantina opened in 1998 and started serving the traditional Tex-Mex dishes of Nachos, Burritos, Enchiladas and Fajitas. Over the years we have expanded our menu with a lot more of the well known dishes but also added a few new twists, Thai-Mexican and Indian – Mexican fusion or how about a Mexican Lasagne. they have also built up a very good selection of Vegetarian Tew-Mex options.
The BBQ offers imported steaks, Pork Ribs, Lamb Chops and Shish Kabobs along with some seafood dishes all with a choice of two side dishes. There is also a nice selection of Hamburgers fresh from the grill.
In the drinks Department they have built up a selection of over 14 Frozen Margaritas flavors. Gringos own recipe of Red or White Sangria is very popular along with there own version of Pina Colada or Chi Chi (Coconut ice cream) more like an alcoholic milkshake.
Not everyone might want to eat Tex-Mex so they have got together with the Thai Garden next door and are now able to offer a lot of the well known Thai dishes. Also, the Thai Garden specialises in Isaan Food, so you can try some authentic dishes from the Northeast of Thailand.
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Chaweng Beach area is One of the biggest and best beaches in Samui and is the epicentre of Samui’s nightlife (gay and straight) with numerous bars, restaurants, shops as well as a huge choice of hotels. Lamai Beach / Hua Thanon are further down from the popular Chaweng Beach. It is generally quieter, with calmer waters and a more “chilled out” vibe at most of the resorts. BoPhut / Choeng Mon Beach are more laid-back than Chaweng and offers views of Koh Phangan.
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