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Green Ant Cantina

Since my bella Stina took me to hip La Esquina - where you found the best mexican food in NY back in 2009 - I've been longing for a mexican place where I could actually eat. This means, where something healthy-not-coved-in-greasy-dressing-or-batter was served. What a nice suprise to find this ass cool hangout in Cairns - amid all sorts of touristy expensive and doubtful restaurants.

Eco-meet, fresh greens, colorful graffitti and a fresh menu with both heavier and leaner options. Just the kind of laidback cool you'd like to fill up with energy after rafting. Seriously, if you ever come to Cairns. Don't miss it!

Green Ant Cantina is really close to Cairns Central. Serves lunch deals for backpackers/locals as well as free good music (think of Toxic sang live and reinterpreted by a delightful pop violin) and has the nicest personnel we met in Australia, so far. Try!

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