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Motel Mexicola – where señor and señoritas chill
, / 23 April 2013

Hola ¿cómo estás? Bienvenido a Motel Mexicola!

Don’t be fooled, this quirky establishment isn’t actually a hotel but a restaurant offering tasty Mexican food. The colorful joint is painted brightly with festive pictures and decorated with kitschy items such as old pictures of artists, vintage movie posters, and paintings.

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On one side of the brightly blue wall stood a shrine where they thank the God for delish Mexican food, with colorful melted candles, and a huge black and white photo of a cool looking señor (whom we’re sorry to inform, we know nothing about) framed in orange flowers.

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The walls and floor are also tiled in decorative patterns, giving visitor a festive feel as soon as they stepped inside the Mexican oasis. Their outdoor area is perfect in the afternoon to enjoy a cold glass of frozen margaritas before finally ordering dinner. Order their freshly made tacos and chicken tostadas, which is a favorite with customers.

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Our only complain is the lack of parking space, but then again, who needs parking space in Bali?

Motel Mexicola
Jl Kayujati No 9X Petitenget Beach
Seminyak Denpasar
Bali – Indonesia
T: +62 361 736688
Open daily 11am-1am

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