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    11 Mexican Restaurants in Sydney

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  • Best Restaurants in Sydney

    Want to take a bite out of the best dishes in Sydney? Discover delicious Mexican restaurants based on price, location, and more. Find the top spots for your next lunch or dinner faster than you can say "yes please!" to dessert.

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    Restaurant Baja Cantina in Glebe, Sydney

    Baja Cantina

    Glebe
    Mexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    GlebeMexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.2/6
    690 reviews
    Outdoor seating
    5.2/6
    690 reviews
    Baja Cantina
    Outdoor seating
    Restaurant Mexican Burrito Cantina in Surry Hills, Sydney

    Mexican Burrito Cantina

    Surry Hills
    Mexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    Surry HillsMexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.3/6
    75 reviews
    Outdoor seating
    5.3/6
    75 reviews
    Mexican Burrito Cantina
    Outdoor seating

    Flying Fajita Sistas

    Glebe
    Mexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    GlebeMexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    4.5/6
    52 reviews
    4.5/6
    52 reviews
    Flying Fajita Sistas

    Dos Senoritas - Gladesville

    Gladesville
    Mexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    GladesvilleMexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.0/6
    391 reviews
    5.0/6
    391 reviews
    Dos Senoritas - Gladesville

    Little Birria

    Sydney CBD
    Mexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    Sydney CBDMexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.0/6
    1 reviews
    5.0/6
    1 reviews
    Little Birria

    El Gringo's Tacos

    Crows Nest
    Mexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    Crows NestMexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    El Gringo's Tacos

    Mac n G’s - Crows Nest

    Crows Nest
    International Restaurant

    $$$$

    Crows NestInternational Restaurant

    $$$$

    3.5/6
    2 reviews
    Mac n G’s - Crows Nest

    Pancho's Mexican Restaurant

    Riverwood
    Mexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    RiverwoodMexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.4/6
    120 reviews
    5.4/6
    120 reviews
    Pancho's Mexican Restaurant

    Mex & Co

    Manly
    Mexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    ManlyMexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.1/6
    13 reviews
    Outdoor seating
    5.1/6
    13 reviews
    Mex & Co
    Outdoor seating

    Pilgrims - Cronulla

    Cronulla
    Australian Restaurant

    $$$$

    CronullaAustralian Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.5/6
    79 reviews
    Outdoor seating
    5.5/6
    79 reviews
    Pilgrims - Cronulla
    Outdoor seating

    Dos Senoritas Express

    Parramatta
    Mexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    ParramattaMexican Restaurant

    $$$$

    Dos Senoritas Express
    1. 1.

      Sample the best Mexican restaurants Sydney has to offer

      As Australia's largest city and a vibrant cosmopolitan hub, Sydney is one of the best places in the country for foodies. Sydney's Mexican restaurants offer something for all tastes and preferences, whether you're a cheese fanatic looking to sample some tasty quesadillas or a die-hard spice lover after a dish with a zesty and aromatic twist. Diners from around the world tuck into everything from burritos to tacos and chimichangas, to enchiladas here in the Mexican restaurants of Sydney, and it's no surprise that many leave excellent reviews of their experiences. When it comes to finding Mexican restaurants in Sydney, Quandoo has luckily done all the hard work and found the best dining spots for you. You just need to select one.
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      Tour the wide range of Sydney's Mexican restaurant choices

      A great thing about Sydney's Mexican restaurants is that they're not all concentrated in one area, so no matter where you're staying, you're never far away from a burst of Hispanic flavour. Lucky for you, Quandoo’s online map can provide you with information on where to head if you’re looking to sample some Mexican cuisine – so you’ll never be stuck with nowhere to go. No matter where you find yourself, whether it’s for a quick taco or fully-fledged meal, every suburb from the bustling CBD, to the eastern suburbs of Bondi and Bronte, over to Northern Sydney and further up to the beaches, and all throughout the inner-west, is home to a vibrant and eclectic Mexican restaurant, simply begging to be sampled.
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      Enjoy regional specialities at authentic eateries

      At Sydney's Mexican restaurants, you can discover and enjoy Australia's stamp on the cuisine. Why not try baja fish tacos with freshly-caught seafood, or a Mexican prawn cocktail served with a Bloody Mary. And if you're looking for a specific dish from the regions of Mexico, you won’t have any difficulty when you’re dining in any of the authentic Mexican restaurants Sydney has on offer. The Mexican Burrito Cantina on Crown Street in Surry Hills, for example, offers a wide variety of regional specialities ranging from the pungent sazon seasoning used in southeastern Mexico to more old-fashioned dishes like spicy chiles en nogada from Puebla. Whether you're a Mexican restaurant regular in Sydney or are looking to sample a new taste, there really is something for everyone.
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      Try tasty tapas to share with your friends

      Mexican culture and heritage offers plenty of opportunities for social eating, and Sydney's Mexican restaurants are experts when it comes to serving up tasty small plates to sample together. Not only that, Australia is world-famous for its friendly culture, so eating together at one of the communal tables in Sydney's Mexican restaurants makes a lot of sense! For meat-lovers, favourites like locally-sourced steak or slow-roasted pork feature heavily, all seasoned with authentic spices. Vegetarians can try stringy Oaxaca cheese and truffle mushrooms, and with many tacos served in bunches of three or four you can easily mix and match fillings and try several choices. Opting for tapas is perfect if you're heading out after your Mexican restaurant meal to Sydney's nightspots. Nightlife areas like Kings Cross and Oxford Street are home to some popular taquerias and burrito joints, so you can drop by for a filling meal before heading off on your big night out.
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      Satisfy your sweet tooth at Mexican restaurants in Sydney

      Cheese, avocados, spices and beans might all be savoury, but Sydney's Mexican restaurants also offer that key sweet staple of the cuisine: the churro. These cinnamon-flavoured long chocolate doughnuts are a favourite among the patrons of Sydney's Mexican restaurants, and you can also enjoy variations such as salted caramel. In this city, dessert choice doesn't stop at the churro though. Sydney's Mexican restaurants also offer indulgent options like dessert quesadillas – toasted tortillas filled with peanut butter, marshmallows, chocolate, and more. Or if you’re full to the brim, opt for one of Mexico's favourite sweet drinks, the horchata – a rice and cinnamon drink that’s non-alcoholic, or if you prefer something stronger, go for a margarita with a sugar rim over salt to top off the night just perfectly.