With several outposts around Sydney, Dos Senoritas have garnered a loyal following around their authentic, Guadalajara street food-style Mexican dishes. This cool Gladesville venue on Victoria Road is testament to that, and you can sure of seriously tasty tacos, burritos, quesadillas, tamales, taquitos and so much more here. Dos Senoritas mix a mean cocktail, too, and their desserts are certainly not to be sneezed at. If you want to avoid a long wait (or missing out entirely) bookings are recommended at all times, because the secret is thoroughly out on Dos Senoritas.
Food sounds delicious?
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Not the same as we remembered. Use to go a lot when Dos Senoritas was on Victoria Road. Service definitely changed no one spoke Spanish and I think chef/cook has changed as food wasn’t that good.
Lovely food, fast services, so much food, enough for lunch next day
The portions are too big. It rates another return visit to ensure the rating is correct
Sick of looking for authentic Mexican food in Sydney and instead stumbling into Tex-Mex bastardisations or hipster tryhards? Well you can sleep easy knowing that Dos Senoritas in Gladesville is now on your radar. Dos Senoritas do things as they are done on the streets of Guadalajara – short of channeling their inner Diego Rivera or Jose Clemente Orozco to paint a mural – and it’s easy to taste the difference from other Mexican restaurants in Sydney. Dos Senoritas’ Mexican chef uses authentic spices brought in from Mexico to give real flavour to fresh ingredients sourced a little closer to Victoria Road.
Dos Senoritas on Victoria Road dish up Gladesville’s best versions of two Mexican staples – tacos and burritos. For the former you can choose which style (wheat, corn or crispy shell tortilla) and filling (including marinated steak, charbroiled chicken or fish with Baja sauce) you want, while for the latter the supercheeseygooeychimichanga is arguably the pick of a tasty bunch of options. There is a lot more than Sydney’s Mexican standards available, though, and you shouldn’t pass on the house specialties – the chicken cooked in mole oaxaca (dark chocolate sauce) is outstanding – and of course you’ll need to leave room for some perfect churros or Mexican flan for dessert!