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Montezuma’s - Mt Gravatt
Corner Logan Road & Lumley Street, Mt Gravatt
Since opening its first Mexican restaurant in 1978, Montezuma’s has built a loyal fanbase of Mesoamerican food fans across Australia. Here, the Montezuma’s restaurant in the Brisbane suburb of Upper Mount Gravatt – serving the entire Mt Gravatt community – the offering is as consistently excellent as at any of the more than 150 outlets beloved by diners. Located on the corner of Logan Road and Lumley Street, Montezuma’s Mt Gravatt restaurant is a typically festive Mexican-themed joint, ideal for casual dining with friends and family or big parties.
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Fast, tasty and great experience overall thanks to you all
They made room for us at late notice. Food was amazing, I was "foid drunk".
Awesome tasty food. Lively atmosphere. Friendly servers and to top it off, a fabulous margherita.
Whether you’re a carnivore, vegetarian, vegan or a gluten-free eater, Montezuma’s Mexican restaurant menu in Brisbane’s Upper Mount Gravatt has something you’re sure to enjoy. From entradas and comidas, entrees and lighter meals, to the grand combinaciones and the smaller dishes for kids, Montezuma’s offer a distinct take on classic Mexican cuisine for a modern Australian palate. Remember to leave room for postres – the dessert menu – never forget that it was the Aztecs who discovered chocolate!
Favourites at Montezuma’s Mt Gravatt restaurant on the corner of Logan Road and Lumley Street include the classic chilli con carne, Montezuma’s Delight (a dish that’s remained unchanged since the first Montezuma’s restaurant opened in the late 70s), the San Francisco combinacion that matches a chicken and sour cream enchilada with a beef burrito and Spanish rice, the tamale pie and – as always – traditional churros to round it all off! As for drinks, there are pitchers of liquored and non-alcoholic refreshment to wash it all down.