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  • MX Mona Vale

    Mona Vale, Sydney

    Mx Mona Vale is a mexican restaurant located in Mona on the Northern Beaches. The team produce fresh modern Mexican cuisine from produce sourced locally. The menu encourages small share meals or a fast bite at a great price. Items include famous fish tacos and fantastic burrito's.

  • Radio Mexico

    St Kilda, Melbourne

    No Information Available.

  • Señoritas

    City, Melbourne

    Señoritas is a modern mexican restaurant in Melbourne's CBD. The venue features a variety of fresh mexican dishes with a dark interior themed using the Mexican tradition of “Dia de Muertos” (Day of the Dead). Opening Hours: Dinner – Monday to Saturday from 6:00 P.M. until late. Lunch – Monday to Friday 12:00 P.M. until 3:00 P.M.

  • Outlaws Mexican Restaurant

    Mandurah, Mandurah

    Great authentic Mexican street food. A very relaxed atmosphere to sit back and enjoy a margarita and enjoy the tastes of Mexico right here in Mandurah. Be sure to try the Sangria its a family recipe.

  • La Cholita

    Perth, Perth

    Nothing beats a fresh tortilla burrito and a margarita and La cholita does the best. Corn tortillas made fresh everyday is a winner here. get in early to beat the crowd as it fills up fast ...

  • Mamasita

    City, Melbourne

    Mamasita is a Mexican restaurant and bar located on Collins Street in Melbourne. The restaurant features dishes that are light and fresh and packed full of flavour. The menu is priced to allow you to try a selection of dishes without breaking the bank. Give the Chiptole-braised goat, cabbage & roasted sweet corn paste taco or the slow braised port shoulder, encurtidos, pickled jalapeno & chicharron tostaditas a go!

  • Mad Mex

    Darlinghurst, Sydney

    Mad Mex is a mexican restaurant and take away located in Darlinghurst, Sydney. It offers fresh burritos and other mexican dishes made to order. Prices are very reasonable and the serving sizes are generous.

  • Mouthwatering Mexican dinner and drinks (Tuesday - Sunday from 5pm). Rustic, homestyle breakfasts, burgers, salads, fresh juices, smoothies and killer coffee (Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 7:30am) Beautiful private courtyard out the back Happy hour 5pm - 6pm every night! Bookings reccomended for dinner - BYO Wine Only...

  • Missy Foxall

    Mona Vale, Sydney

    No Information Available.

  • Cantinero

    Manly, Sydney

    The boss, The owner, The main man. The Cantinero - In Mexico you will find Cantinas all over the country. Cantinero is soon to be the talk of the town. In a Manly first, the team from recently nominated "Australian Small Bar of the Year 2011 Miss Marley's" & Tequila Tromba of Mexico, are opening a "pop up / take over" bar concept where they transform local favourite, Ground Zero coffee house into a secret hideaway Cantina style venue by night. The Intriguing & ambient space with it's lantern lined entrance leading to the intimate dining room & large outside terrace area is sure to get local movers and shakers buzzing for the coming summer nights. Jumping on the bandwagon of the Mexican street style taco & botana craze sweeping Sydney right now. Cantinero exec chef Lupita Manzo Moreno brings a wealth of “real mexican” flavour & tradition spins it around & delivers big flavour with a fresh, light modern twist on the ever popular street cuisine of Mexico. Cantinero serves up delicious taco's and botanas for the more discerning of diners who are looking for a difference when it comes to Mexican as we know it. Alongside the food will of course be Tequila! Recently launched premium Tequila Tromba will be the focus of the drinks menu with a small list of "must have cocktails & signature serves". OPEN: TUES - SUN 6PM TIL LATE

  • Mexicano

    North Narrabeen, Sydney

    A casual and relaxed Mexican restaurant situated in Narrabeen on Sydney's Northern Beaches featuring home made tortillas that are made fresh daily. Highly rated amongst locals.

  • Guzman Y Gomez

    Kings Cross, Sydney

    From tacos to quesadillas, burritos to black beans, this is mexican cuisine for those short on time who don't want to compromise on quality, flavour, or nutrition. Lean, choice meats, fish and vegetables are grilled, seasoned and prepared before your eyes with only the freshest local ingredients and imported spices and chillies found in mexico. Guzman y gomez delivers an authentic mexican culinary experience that is continuing to redefine the way australians think of mexican cuisine. Authentic mexican cuisine simply doesn't get better than this - not even in mexico!

  • Vera Cruz

    Cremorne, Sydney

    Delicious traditional mexican situated in Cremorne, Sydney

  • The Bronzed Onion

    Harbord, Sydney

    OUR lunch date comes down to the toss of a coin. Dinner out or the Bledisloe Cup on TV? Union wins, and we head into Freshwater to mingle with the lunchtime set. The Bronzed Onion has a plum spot right in the middle of the village. It spills to the front onto the street and to the side into a small arcade. With some great, girly shops on either side and across the road, it’s a perfect venue for two extremely agreeable pursuits, lunching and shopping. Or shopping and lunching, if you prefer. Straddling the line between daytime cafe and evening restaurant, the Bronzed Onion’s mission statement, or so its business card states, is both restaurant and family cafe. Nippers are warmly welcomed and can be fed and watered with an obligatory sugar fix for $12. But don’t let that put you off. If you’re childless or child free, it’s still a grownup place to go. In fact, the Saturday lunchtime cafe society is a mixture of family groups and kiddyfree, 20-somethings enjoying coffees and platefuls of breakfasts. Inside, owners Renee and Rodd Black have dared to be different. For once, that allpurpose, beachy blandness replicated up and down the peninsula gets the flick. God forbid, there’s vibrant colour on the walls, clutter, a funky bar as well as towering, twiggy topiaries. Having lunch in a cafe it is often hard to see what a kitchen can really do. Renee, who’s also a chef, has gone down two routes. She’s stuck with a range of old faves including the allday breakfast, caesar and thai salads, burgers, sandwiches and wraps, balanced with balsamic rump steak and pan-fried salmon, fish and chips and pasta. Her more interesting pilgrimage heads to Spain with that dining staple, tapas. Some dishes are regulars – popular quesadillas, a mixed tapas plate, croquettas (lemon, herb and parmesan risotto balls), gambas a la plancha (prawns) and pulpo espanol (octopus). The spicy prawns in red sauce seems too good to pass by. And at $18 it’s a generous and tasty serve to share tapas-style or eat alone. Six juicy prawns and plenty of spicy tomato sauce to soak up your garlic tosado. The menu crosses the border to Italy with a light option of lemon linguine. It’s a fresh and lighter contrast to the earthy chilli con carne. Slow-cooked for more than three hours and seasoned with chipotle and cumin, the blade of beef simply falls apart. Source: Hudec, Beverley. The Manly Daily, News Limited, 2010, p. 24.

  • Tex Mex

    Mona Vale, Sydney

    This restaurant has closed and is now known as Missy Foxall.

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