The dining room reminds me of a Spanish casa with bright yellow walls throughout the downstairs dining room. There is additional seating upstairs along with a lively bar area and live jazz most evenings.
On this particular visit we got off to a rough start. The restaurant was busy and there was a wait so we put our name on the list. Much to my surprise, another party was seated ahead of us and they had just arrived. We were none too happy as you can imagine. They need to make sure that patrons are seated in the order in which they arrive at the restaurant.
Anyway, we were seated at a small table and began with two of their gold Margaritas that go perfectly with Mexican food.
Then for our appetizer we went with one of our favorites, garlic chicken nachos. This is a specialty of Hermano’s and you will see why if you ever try them. I love garlic so think of tons of garlic married with crispy nachos and chicken along with garlic sauce and you will get an idea of what this tastes like. All I can say is delicious and probably one of if not the best nacho appetizers I have ever had.
Moving on to the main course I decided on the chicken chimichanga that was very good and my wife had the steak quesadillas.
At the end of the meal we were reluctant to try any of the deserts because we assumed they’re not homemade but were we very wrong. We decided to try the red velvet cupcake and oh my god, it was fantastic. Congratulations to the pastry chef on this outstanding dessert.
And so there you have it, I recommend Hermano’s as one of the best in New Hampshire for Mexican food. If you have never been and especially if you like Mexican food you should definitely give it a try.