Green & Red keeps their portions small, the idea being that you order a couple of dishes to share. We got quite excited and ordered 3 dishes each. I recommend the Chorizo Quesadillas and the Ensalada de Jicama. I'd never heard about jicama before (have you?), but was pleased to discover this very delicious root vegetable. I rounded off the meal with Churros con Chocolate. And we are not talking any old chocolate here. We are talking spicy, thick, rich, to-kill-for chocolate. Three words: mas, por favor!
The place has an impressive tequila menu. Not knowing my Jose Cuervo from my Gran Patron I stuck to the awesome house margaritas, but two of my friends sipped some fine tequila and looked like they enjoyed it. It was certainly eye-opening to see tequila served in a tasting glass and without the usual slice of lemon and on salt on the side. Yikes, is this a sign of adulthood??
We had a beer after dinner in the bar/lounge in the basement; it never really turned into a fiesta, but we were on the wrong side of midnight to be fair. All the ingredients are definitely under the roof for a good time. And the staff are lovely.