Mexican Society of Chinatown is a new establishment opened by the same owners of\u00a0Hispanic Mechanic. It is meant to be a Mexican & Chinese fusion restaurant, which is an interesting concept.\u00a0A group of us came here last Saturday night for a birthday dinner. There were\u00a0two types of banquet available, one was\u00a0AUD$38.88 per person and the other one was\u00a0AUD$58.88 per person. Inside Mexican Society of Chinatown on a Saturday night. Below are the photos I took for\u00a0each dish that we had in\u00a0the "AUD$38.88 per person" banquet. Complimentary prawn crackers. The prawn crackers were quite flavourful, not like those cheap ones in some Chinese restaurants. TOTOPOS: house seasoned corn tortillas with tomatillo-morita salsa ELOTE: grilled corn on the cob brushed with coffee mayonesa, tajin & grated parmesan CEVICHE: Fresh white fish, cilantro, red onion, dehydrated sweet potato & tomato in a coconut Habanero broth WINGS: 5 spice chicken wings sticky, smokey sweet chilli sauce & peanuts Tomato rice doesn't have much flavour.\u00a0 CRISPY PORK RIBS: With sweet black vinegar glaze, mixed field greens, cilantro, watermelon, red onion & lemon vinaigrette ENSALADA MEXICANA: spinach, frisse, rocket, baby chard & lollo rosso in a flour tortilla basket w capsicum, cherry tomato, dried apricot, pineapple, feta cheese, kale, leek, herbs & strawberry-morita dressing MISTER LEE & JOSE: chicken seasoned with sesame & chillies on a car rot-orange pur\u00e9e, pickled red cabbage, spinach, cherry tomato & jamaica-habanero-honey salsa PESCADO DEL DIA: Today\u2019s grilled fish with beetroot-morita pur\u00e9e, shaved apple, fennel and jicam salad with rocket & mango-rosemary salsa The vanilla bean ice cream that came super late. Overall the portions were decent for the price. I can understand why some people are not used to the Mexican and Asian mix, it was a bit unique when Asian ingredients were cooked in Mexican methods. However most of the dishes were quite tasty and have quite strong flavours. The service was slightly slow towards the end of the night, but that's understandable given it was a busy Saturday night.