Mix Pacific Rim Las Cruces
1001 East University Avenue
We had dined at Mix Pacific Rim on several occasions. Each time we had differing opinions about the place. The first time we went there was several years back. Since we had a young child at the time, we were stuffed in the back alley where there was no air conditioning. Even when they had a loud fan blowing right at our faces, the hot summer Las Cruces was no place to dine outdoors in an enclosed alley way.
We went back there again just to give it a fair review. This time we went there on a Friday night. The place was packed, but we had a reservation for our large group. We were seated on the center table where a young singer was performing that night. His name was
. He had a good voice and was rather talented in playing various instruments.
We had some Asahi, Kirin Ichiban and hot tea to drink, along with appetizers. After a rather long wait, our food arrived. The appetizer was a set of sushi in various styles (Las Vegas, California, and the Dragon Roll. The sushi was very well made. For entrée, we had to following: Bulgogi Beef, Salmon, Green Curry Swordfish, Chicken Yakisoba, Fajitas (?!), and assortments of sushi. The presentation was lovely. To some, the beef and chicken was overdone. The salmon was reported as excellent and was polished off rather quickly. I had the Green Curry Swordfish and it came out perfect. It was served with large, tempura-battered vegetables. This was an excellent dish. Overall, the results were mixed, but I think we all had a good time.
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