South of the Border On Main Street

Looks can always be deceiving, so don’t be put off by the size, location or décor of Mi Pueblo Magico in Hyannis. Boasting authentic Mexican cuisine, it sits at the end of a short, quiet alleyway off Main Street, just next to Bluebird Restaurant. What it may lack in ambiance, it makes up for in abundance with a delicious and varied menu, quick service, reasonable prices and large portions. With just a few booths to choose from, you can place your order at the counter and it will be delivered to your table. On the day I visited, I tried the cheese quesadilla with tinga (shredded chicken). I was rewarded with a meal that was stuffed with chicken, cheese and onions, and topped with avocado, sour cream and a green, spicy tomatillo sauce. For dessert, I chose the tres leches cake (milk cake), a delectable dessert that tastes almost like vanilla ice cream. It’s sweet and satisfying. This is very casual dining, with paper plates and plastic utensils. But if you’re looking for a unique and quality meal off the beaten path, you’ll find it at 459-B Main Street in Hyannis.

Ann Luongo

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