It was a 30 degree day after work, although Fonda didn’t have the air con on, it was still very cool and relaxing upstairs at Flinders street.
Very well lit with the sun setting. Clean. Enough seats to cater for small and large groups. There was around 10 of us and it fit perfectly without the need to book on the Tuesday night.
I had both the chicken and fish tacos and a corn, so that I could try a variety of things!
Love the freshness of the salads. My favourite was the fish. Chicken was good but didn’t stand out to me. Corn… is good too, but I’ve had better ones 🙂 the cheese on top was nice but would be nice to have more paprika!
Loved how there was a different tortilla on each taco. Beautiful colours – fun vibe. Overall I find Fonda is great for casual catch ups a and is great when the weather is hot! Over a frozen margarita!
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