Tuesday March 31, 2020

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777 is the magic number: Fans of authentic Mexican food haven't exactly been spoilt for choice in recent years.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
19th February, 2012
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Eamonn Connors, head chef, and Ivor Campbell, general manager, of Mexican restaurant 777. Photo: Feargal Ward

777 is the magic number

Fans of authentic Mexican food haven't exactly been spoilt for choice in recent years, unless they happened to enjoy overcooked meat wrapped in a tortilla and topped with a mountain of cheese and sour cream.

But things are looking up with the opening of 777, a new restaurant on South Great Georges Street. You won't find burritos or enchiladas, but you will find ceviche, taquitos and meat and fish cooked over...

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