The food was ridiculously expensive for what it was. My friends and I ordered enchildas, and they were merely meat wrapped in a tortilla topped with onions and sauce (I'm a terrible cook, and that's simple enough for me to make!). I suspect that the burrito and other things are just as simplistic to varying degrees. We looked at the menu outside, and it looked reasonably price, but turns out that was ala carte. The staff was friendly and spoke English, but the service was the best part of the experience. We also ordered the world's smallest nachos. My rating would be a lot better if maybe they threw us (the customers) a bone and added some lettuce, tomato, beans, rice, or anything on the side for at least appearance's sake that we weren't getting ripped off. Don't know when Mick Jagger came and ate here, but must have been a loooooooooooooooooooooooooong time ago. At least the drinks were moderately priced... for Roppongi
The selection of food was really good here and I was especially delighted to be greeted in English. Only because I got lost for about an hour trying to find this place. I didn't go the Roppongi location but to the Naka-Meguro location so if you go there make sure you turn right on the side street in between Tsutaya and GT hall it's about two streets down on the left hand side a little ways down from the post office.
I ordered the Enchilada Suiza and it was surprisingly really good. The drink selection was also amazing I decided to go with rootbeer since you never see that in Japan. The amount of food wasn't too much so it certainly left me wanting more. Not to mention that there wasn't the staple chips and salsa that you would find in a typical Mexican restaurant. My friend ordered the Quesedilla which was very good and she was able to get extra guacamole instead of sour cream which made the meal all the more enjoyable. All in all the service was great, the meal was great but the price was a bit much for the amount of food given. If you're willing to pay a few more bucks then I'd definetly recommend this place because the food was certainly authentic!