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27 Mexican Restaurants in Brisbane

The flavours of the Americas come to Australia in Brisbane's Mexican restaurants

One of the best things about food in Australia is how the country welcomes international cuisines with open arms. This is certainly the case with Mexican restaurants in Brisbane. Perhaps it's because the food matches the personality of the city: vibrant, colourful and exciting. There's such a selection of delicious flavours to enjoy, from substantial mains to satisfy the most demanding appetite to delicate dishes with tastes that dance across the palate. Some of these recipes have become famous across the world but some may be less familiar to you. One thing is certain, though. If you book a table at one of Brisbane's top Mexican restaurants here on Quandoo, you're in for a tasty treat.

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Montezuma's - Albany Creek

Albany Creek
Mexican$$$$
4.9/6130
Montezuma's - Albany Creek

Montezuma’s - Mt Gravatt

Mt Gravatt
Mexican$$$$
5.2/696
Montezuma’s - Mt Gravatt

Montezuma's - Capalaba

Capalaba
Mexican$$$$
4.6/676
Montezuma's - Capalaba
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Montezuma's - Taringa

Taringa
Mexican$$$$
4.9/656
Montezuma's - Taringa

Montezuma's - Ipswich

Ipswich
Mexican$$$$
5.1/637
Montezuma's - Ipswich

The Burrito Bar - Carseldine

Carseldine
Mexican$$$$
3.3/63
The Burrito Bar - Carseldine

The Burrito Bar - Coorparoo

Coorparoo
Mexican$$$$
The Burrito Bar - Coorparoo

Burrito Bar Redbank Plains

Redbank Plains
Mexican$$$$
Burrito Bar Redbank Plains

The Burrito Bar - Clayfield

Clayfield
Mexican$$$$
The Burrito Bar - Clayfield

El Aguila Mexican Restaurant and Bar

Nundah
Mexican$$$$
5.6/612
El Aguila Mexican Restaurant and Bar

Fiesta Ole Mexican Cuisine

Auchenflower
Mexican$$$$
6.0/61
Fiesta Ole Mexican Cuisine

The Burrito Bar - Caboolture

Caboolture
Mexican$$$$
5.5/62
The Burrito Bar - Caboolture

The Burrito Bar - Forest Lake

Forest Lake
Mexican$$$$
5.0/62
The Burrito Bar - Forest Lake

The Burrito Bar - Carseldine

Carseldine
Mexican$$$$
4.4/65
The Burrito Bar - Carseldine

The Burrito Bar - Everton Park

Everton Park
Mexican$$$$
4.3/64
The Burrito Bar - Everton Park

The Burrito Bar - Victoria Point

Victoria Point
Mexican$$$$
4.3/64
The Burrito Bar - Victoria Point

The Burrito Bar - Park Ridge

Park Ridge
Mexican$$$$
4.0/61
The Burrito Bar - Park Ridge

The Burrito Bar - South Bank

South Brisbane
Mexican$$$$
2.0/61
The Burrito Bar - South Bank

The Burrito Bar - Portside

Hamilton
Mexican$$$$
1.0/61
The Burrito Bar - Portside

The Burrito Bar - Rosalie

Rosalie
Mexican$$$$
The Burrito Bar - Rosalie
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    Enjoy some of the most popular dishes on the menus of Mexican restaurants in Brisbane

    Many of us are familiar with some classics from Mexico, like the taco. This corn or wheat tortilla comes with a variety of fillings, including vegetables, cheese, pork, chicken or beef. Nachos have also become a staple on many menus across the globe. Tortilla chips are topped with cheese, chillies and a host of other ingredients and then grilled to create an amazingly flavourful dish. Enchiladas, meanwhile, are soft corn tortillas that are typically wrapped around tender pieces of chicken and baked with a rich tomato sauce. They are often accompanied with cheese and some variations including tuna or vegetarian enchiladas. The burrito is another popular favourite you can enjoy at many Mexican restaurants across Brisbane. This is a soft tortilla wrapped and closed around a variety of fillings, traditionally refried beans and meat. Fajitas are another dish that is not to be missed. Tender chicken, beef or vegetables are char-grilled and diners can then make up their own fajitas by adding cheese, guacamole and sour cream and wrapping in a tortilla.
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    Or try a lighter bite at Brisbane's Mexican restaurants

    The dishes mentioned above can be pretty filling, but the menus of Brisbane's Mexican restaurants also include many lighter options. Salsa is a delightful mixture of chopped tomatoes, onions, chillies and coriander. It is seasoned with salt and lime juice and served raw, usually with tortilla chips. It's a healthy and delicious favourite you will find on the menus of almost all of the Mexican restaurants in Brisbane. Ceviche is another lighter dish to get your mouth watering. This dish may date back for many centuries and consists of fresh raw fish 'cooked' by curing in lime juice. It is typically served with chopped onions, chilli and salt, although many of Brisbane's Mexican restaurants will have their own variations on the traditional recipe.
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    Discover some new flavours when you visit Mexican restaurants in Brisbane

    Think you know what you'll find on the menus of Brisbane's Mexican restaurants? You could be surprised. How about trying tlayuda? This is a traditional Oaxacan dish that's prepared with a large toasted tortilla spread with refried beans or sometimes asiento (pork lard), cheese and chicken. Chilaquiles, meanwhile, are quartered tortillas fried and covered with green or red salsa. This is then simmered until soft and often served with pulled pork or chicken. Empanadas are another favourite found almost everywhere across Mexico but less known elsewhere. These little pastries are filled with meat, cheese or vegetables and baked or fried. Common as street food in Mexico, they are fast becoming a new favourite with diners at Brisbane's Mexican restaurants. You can sample all of these delicious dishes when you book a table right here on Quandoo.