Only 400m back from the water, Sinaloa is a vibrant space with a restaurant, lounge, private bar area and open air courtyard. The playful menu features modern Mexican street food with an Australian twist. There are a la carte, share platter and set menu options to choose from.
Feel like watching the sunset over the rim of a margarita glass? Well assemble a posse of hombrés and head down to the Manly ferry Wharf where legendary Tex-Mex grb is served up in turbo-charged fashion beside the sea. Hand-made tortillas and burritos are stuffed to bursting and your bottomless bowl of tortilla chips and salsa will keep your tastebuds popping as the sun goes down and the music turns up. Ay Karumba!
A stalwart on Reservoir Street, Bad Hombres is a Mexican inspired all vegan eatery that boasts a cool setting and laid-back vibe. Known for its plant-based sharing plates that are bursting with flavour, they also serve up a delicious range of cocktails.
Located right in the heart of Manly on The Corso, Chica Bonita brings the flavours of Mexico to the beach with all the zing and panache of a fiesta. With a simple menu which brings to life all of the fire and flavour that Mexican food is famous for, this is the hacienda to come to for a sassy lunch bowl of fish, eggplant or salsa verde, or a long relaxed dinner with tacos and friends.
Guacamole smashed tableside and Australia’s finest and largest selection of tequila and mezcal, Mejico has been supplying Sydney with tacos and tequila since 2013. Our market fresh ethos sets us apart from the rest and with a location in the heart of the CBD, we are the perfect spot for a weekday lunch or weekend dinners. Mejico is the place for every celebration. From Mexico City to the Yucatan Peninsula, regional flavours and techniques are united in the dishes at Méjico, creating some of the finest modern, market-to-table Mexican cuisine […]
In Spanish, the word Carbón translates to ‘charcoal’ and this is the inspiration for the restaurant Carbon Mexican. Presenting delicious wood-fired dishes, their food is made using traditional South American ‘parrilla’ techniques.
Still 30-plus restaurants strong nation-wide including several in greater Sydney, Taco Bill’s is my own first memory of Mexican food and was indeed the first to market it in Australia in the late 1960s (before my time FYI). From then, the cuisine’s uptake here was something of a slow burn (pun intended) until an explosion in the mid-2010s, when Australia’s Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurants listed on Urbanspoon (now Zomato) more than doubled in less than two years. Sydney has numerous that bring Mexican’s trademark vibrancy, flavour and fun. Some of […]
Quality fresh produce is sourced locally with renowned meat and seafood suppliers contributing to delivering an authentic product. Our menu is designed to encourage sharing and has been structured in a way to allow multiple courses. Snacks, tapas, quesadillas and tacos all show traditional flavours and textures of Mexico. All our tortillas are traditionally hand rolled and pressed daily using wheat and corn masa flours. Buen apetito!
Adjacent to the popular Flamingo Lounge, Chula is an authentic and affordable Mexican restaurant that is well known for its terrific vibe and outstanding service. It specialises in Mexican share plates and delicious cocktails which are served in a setting that boasts trendy decor.
One of the coolest Mexican Restaurants on the Sydney dining scene, Calaveras Mexican is a real treat to your senses. Set within a buzzing locale replete with Mexico inspired decor, they offer a delightful range of tacos, mezcals and cocktails.
At the Beach Burrito Company, they know how to give you a good time. Hosting regular events including bands, DJs and art exhibitions, their food offering is excellent too. They also boast an interior that features murals painted by prominent artists.