Mexico Restaurants

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Mexico Restaurants

  • La Parilla

    Cancún Restaurants

    Our taxi drops us just about 2 feet from the entrance to La Parilla in Cancun. Talk about curbside service. Enter into an open air borderline outdoor restaurant, as the walls are not exactly walls but shaped and curled cut outs of wrought iron. It was late for lunch, about 3 pm, but the restaurant was still pretty full. Our friendly waiter took our...

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  • Alux

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    As other post have mentioned it is truly a full, non-claustrophobic cave. From the street it doesn't look like much but as you enter there was a statue-like man dressed in full traditional costume. He startled my 13 year old but she just laughed it off. As you walk down the stairs you notice that it is muggy but not uncomfortable at all. We just...

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  • Pipi's Restaurant & Bar

    Puerto Vallarta Restaurants

    My wife and I have been going to PiPis since 1991 and have taken friends and customers to this great resturant. The people are friendly, the food is great, the drinks huge. We go yhere at least twice in our seven day stay in PV. Fajitas, all of them, served flaming hot and with all the fixings.

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  • The Office

    Cabo San Lucas Restaurants

    *Right on the Beach *Great Morning Breakfast *Great freshly made meals *The Guacamole dip and Chips The guacamole was fresh, fresh, fresh and very tasty along with the hot torilla chips We also ordered fresh tasty pico de gio *We had breakfast at the office on the days we got there in the morning and all of our meals were fantastic *This place...

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  • Sanborns

    Mexico City Restaurants

    On of my all times favorites and for several years had business relationship with the owners, now sold. the ambiance is typical ,great ambiance, good friendly reception, the food is Mexican and the adjacent stores in many offers all kinds of items like a discount store. So one stop shopping including a good meal They are all over the city and...

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  • El Torito

    Tijuana Restaurants

    As with most restaurants on Revolution, El Torito Pub: Restaurant and Discotheque also has a nightlife and offers something besides drinks and a meal such as, live Mariachis, pool tables and even a mechanical bull for those who like a challenge. However, what attracted me was the sound of Glen Miller's music coming out of El Torito Pub's doors. It...

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  • Don Cafeto's Restaurant

    Tulum Restaurants

    The main street of Tulum is simply teeming with different Restaurants. Sadly many of them are overpriced and generic and seem to pander to tourist expectations of high prices. My expectations of Mexican restaurants is that the food is authentic and the price is low. Don Cafeto's is the only restaurant in Tulum that fits the bill. I judge a good...

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  • Ponchos

    Mazatlán Restaurants

    Our family went to Ponchos twice. Once on a Thursday night and then on a Saturday night. On Thursday night we had the Mexican plate,Mango Salmon and my son had the BLT. We were greeted before we came in by Marco, who ended up being not only our server,but good friend by the end of the night. We were given the traditional chips and salsa on both...

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  • El Rey De Cabrito

    Monterrey Restaurants

    This is a long-recognized Monterrey tradition for its local specialty, roast kid goat. It has a kitschy atmosphere of what a Mexican hunting lodge would look like with all kinds of stuffed deer, mountain lions, etc. As you walk in the grill is on your left and you can see the meat roasting. Roasted kid goat is the reason why you come here...

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  • El Naranjo

    Oaxaca de Juárez Restaurants

    Located a couple of blocks from the Zocalo, El Naranjo was the most "American" of all the restaurants that we dined at in Oaxaca. This isn't a bad thing, just an observation. The dining room is in a courtyard of an old building, with heaters and small lights giving it a nice atmosphere. With 6 kinds of rellenos (stuffed chiles) and all of the 7...

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  • La Casa de las Margaritas

    Cancún Restaurants

    We were strolling around La Isla Shopping Center when we came across La Casa de las Margaritas. I read reviews about it from other VT travelers - thanks guys! - and recommend the place either for lunch or dinner. While we unfortunately missed the evening performances (they start at 7:30pm, we arrived at 10:00pm and the place was cleared out), the...

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  • Senor Frog's

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    Senor Frog's is a popular theme restaurant with several location in Cancun and PDC. In the past I always had a good time. Things seem to have declined here, especially with the food. The atmosphere is still fun but seemed to be very family oriented which is fine. Swings for seats at the bar and inner tubes with butts hanging out hanging from the...

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  • Chico's Paradise Restaurant, Bar & Grill

    Puerto Vallarta Restaurants

    The food was great and the zipline was fun until I hit the platform at 30 miles an hour and broke my tailbone in half and all the nerves in my butt are numb. Also, my backside was bruised even down my thighs for three months and I couldn't sit down. It has been 10 months and still isn't healed and I could have been parylized. They did nothing about...

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  • The Trailer Park

    Cabo San Lucas Restaurants

    I wish I could remember the owner's name, he was great! Took such good care of us and anything we needed was provided. I get his since of humor, some may not but it's all in fun! If it's lobster your after, don't waist your time checking out any other place in town, been there done that. Usually very expensive & not what you were really after. This...

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  • Cafe de Tacuba

    Mexico City Restaurants

    This is a "traditional" Mexican restaurant, in every sense of the word. Cafe de Tacuba has been around a long time, 94 years. When you walk in and are seated, and absorb your surroundings - you'll think you've been transported back in time, way back! Boveda-style ceilings, dark woods, murals painted on the walls, crisply uniformed waitstaff and...

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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Tijuana Restaurants

    Yes! This is the real thing. Typical Hard Rock decor and the prices are about as high as in the USA. This is a good place for those afraid to try Mexican food or for Hard Rock collectors. Update: Due to the poor economy and intensified by "drug war" scares, The Hard Rock Cafe in Tijuana has closed it's doors. Hamburgers, French Fries and a Coke!

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  • Cabanas Santa Fe

    Tulum Restaurants

    Cabanas Santa fe is cheaper for food and drinks but is less clean. Cabanas Don Armando is lighty more upper class. Tip: have a drink first and eat with Armando. Go quite early because from 9 pm onwards it changes into a disco

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  • Chili's Pepper

    Mazatlán Restaurants

    We were on our Honeymoon, and happened to find this place as we walked downt he beach in Mazatlan. The open air seating was awesoem the service was very friendly!! The drink are HUGE and the food was GREAT!!!!!!!!!!! I had the Chicken Molcajete it was the best I have ever had. My Husband got the shrimp and steak, and he said the steak was better...

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  • Local Foods

    Monterrey Restaurants

    Try Menudo - not a restaurant, but a wonderful dish in the Mexican style. Menudo is good! Especially at 5:00 AM after binge drinking. Menudo is tripe soup, laced with generous additions of oregano. It is said that menudo cures 'la cruda', or a hangover, as one might experience from massive consumption of tequila. (Forget the burning rotgut tequila...

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  • Los Danzantes

    Oaxaca de Juárez Restaurants

    We went to Los Danzates restaurant for dinner and lunch without reservation and enjoyed it each time. The food is not traditional Mexican cuisine but modern/fusion with Mexican touch. It was busy when we arrived but managed to get a table. The service was excellent. We were attended immediately as we sat, I must admit it was too quick. We didn’t...

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  • Captain Hook

    Cancún Restaurants

    Another place for dining are those two Spanish Galleons on the Playa Caracol. We did not eat there because in my eyes it is a real tourist attraction. We preferred more El Tacolote in the centre with their typical Mexican style. I only want to mention this for people who like those kinds of dinners and show’s. They are specialized in lobster...

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  • El Fogon

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    My favorite "non-touristy" restaurant in playa..away from 5ta ave. but still accessible. Always friendly, vibrant, and very polite staff at your service. Around August this restaurant can be quite hot, but if you can get past that the food is great. Any other time of the year this restaurant is comfortable in temperature and always clean. I'll go...

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  • Le Kliff

    Puerto Vallarta Restaurants

    This restaurant is a 'must-see' to believe restaurant in terms of ambiance and breath-taking views!! The multi-level dining areas, as well as the colorful, multi-level gardens, all set on the side of a cliff, overlooking the ocean make this a one-of-a-kind dining experience. The staff was very attentive, fun and professional. The seafood enchiladas...

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  • Mi Casa

    Cabo San Lucas Restaurants

    Mi Casa del Mar is a seafood restaurant with a Mexican flare. The interior is very beautiful and has a courtyard setting. It is a newer restaurant and is worth a try. It is owned by the owners of Mi Casa, who also own other restaurants in Cabo. I had the tortilla soup to start, which was a bit different than the usual tortilla soups - this one was...

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  • La Casa de Las Sirenas

    Mexico City Restaurants

    My favorite part of the restaurant is the view of Zocalo (town square), the Catedral, and Templo Mayor. The restaurant is on the 3rd floor and you can dine outdoors. Things I liked: The margaritas were good (and strong). Beef with mustard sauce (Los Medallones de Filete Don Coco) Dessert - Crepes with Apple and Ice Cream (Las Crepas de Manzana de...

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  • Street Vendors

    Tijuana Restaurants

    Along the streets in Tijuana you may come across a street vender or two offering taquitos. These are not the same rolled tacos as you get at the Mexican restaurants in the USA. These taquitos are small tacos made with freshly roasted meat sliced, before your eyes, from the spit on which a huge chunk of meat is impaled. These taquitos are...

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  • El Mariachi Restaurant

    Tulum Restaurants

    There are MANY restaurants on Tulum Ave. Many of them are less than busy, all that is except for El Mariachi. This place always has at least a few tables full of people enjoying their food. They have a rock filled floor so it is pretty casual, but the food makes you feel like you are eating at a much fancier place. They have televisions playing...

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  • El Shrimp Bucket

    Mazatlán Restaurants

    A fun restaurant that makes a memorable experience for all. The food was very good and reasonably priced. The waiters even performed magic tricks for us, as well as having the diners participate in a Sangria drinking competition with a sombrero on your head & a big beaker of Sangria being poured down your throat. Nice strolling Mariachi musicians...

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  • Las Monjitas

    Monterrey Restaurants

    This is a small chain of restaurants which, translated, literally means, The Little Nuns. The facade of the building looks like an ornate Catholic church, and Son-of-a-gun, there's 'nuns' in the kitchen and 'nuns' waiting tables, but it's only for the atmosphere. Reasonably priced and good food. They serve many mixture plates, like bacon, diced...

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  • Places on the Zocalo

    Oaxaca de Juárez Restaurants

    I was told to avoid uncooked meats when traveling in Mexico, but I broke the rules here and there and tried this sushi outlet tucked indoors, just behind the outdoor cafés on the east side of the Zocalo. The gamble was good one, because Sushi Itto has some of the best fusion sushi that I have tried! prices are also very reasonable. I really liked...

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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Cancún Restaurants

    Cancun has a very nice Hard Rock. It is located in the Hotel Zone in the mall with Coco Bango, I cannot remember the name. Maybe The Forum? You can't miss it. I will get the address and have it below. Good food, good service and a great view of the ocean depending on where you are sitting. There is live music at night with a pretty good sized...

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  • La Parilla

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    I was very impressed with the food and ambience. It was close to our hotel so I ate there on three different occasions. I've spent 10+ years in the restaurant industry and must say that I have NEVER been treated as bad as I was on that third visit. It was the absoulute worst service experience ever...hands down. I wont describe the whole affair, I...

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  • BLUE SHRIMP

    Puerto Vallarta Restaurants

    An Interior Designer, by profession I critique my restauraunt surroundings more than most. We were seated very close to the open windows literally on the beach. The owner personally greeted us and sent complimentary pina coladas to our table. As I gazed into the beautiful restaurant I realized what a special place this was. Unexpectedly an...

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  • Margaritavilla

    Cabo San Lucas Restaurants

    Food was good and not overly spendy. I advise eating on the second floor outside overlooking the Marina. The best part is it is in the middle and near the taxi drop off and if you plan on staying down all day is also close enough to the malls and night life including Cabo Wabo. It is neat to sit outside and look out onto the Marina and see all the...

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  • Best Western Majestic

    Mexico City Restaurants

    My first meal in Mexico City was at La Terrazza at the Best Western Majestic Hotel and the only reason I knew about this place was because of a guy I was talking with on the airplane from the States. He told me that I should come here for the impressive view over the Zocalo and I certainly wasn't disappointed. For 85 pesos, their "executive...

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  • Margaritas Village

    Tijuana Restaurants

    Margarita's Village has a location in Rosarito Beach and that is the one I ate at. The waiters were very friendly, funny and effecient, the food was good and the drinks even better. The downtown restaurant is the older of the two in Tijuana and most likely very similar to the Rosarito store. In the new, Plaza Viva Tijuana--the pedestrian route from...

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  • Zamas Restaurant

    Tulum Restaurants

    Que Fresco! at the Zamas Hotel is a very popular place in Zona Hotelera. It is perfectly situated on the beach as it curves out on a small point. You can sit at any of the tables and look out upon the beach and the ocean horizon. There are several tables under a covered canopy, while there are other directly on the sand, giving that laid back...

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  • Gus Gus

    Mazatlán Restaurants

    Gus Gus's has THE BEST guacamole, it could be a meal in of itself. The atmosphere is just amazing with it's open air seating. Service is wonderful. I can't go to Mazatlan without stopping here for their guacamole and mango margaritas. The marlin tacos are very good also! Highly recommend this restaurant. The guacamole by far is my favorite. It...

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  • Street Vendors

    Monterrey Restaurants

    Health food? Not here. The street vendors in Barrio Antiguo don't sell tacos or enchiladas. The don't sell burritos. They sell hot dogs. You can get them wrapped in bacon, with peppers and onions, with cheese inside. Of all the street food I've eaten all over the world, these were absolutely decadent, but superb. Chicago dogs or whatever the...

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  • La Purisima

    Oaxaca de Juárez Restaurants

    Located near Santo Domingo. This restaurant has a great roof terrace - ideal for afternoon and evening drinks and/or dinner - the view of the surrounding mountains at night is magical. Great courtyard also. The food was competent. I had dinner here twice and afternoon margaritas numerous times. Both sopas I had - guisa and tortilla - were very...

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  • Mango Tango

    Cancún Restaurants

    It happened to be our 28th wedding anniversary while we were in Cancun, so we decided that we would give the Mango Tango a try. Located about midway along the Hotel Strip, it is on the Nichupte Lagoon-side with many of the tables located outside and close to the water. A very pleasant location to watch the sun slowly setting - and we were there...

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  • Dr. Taco's

    Playa del Carmen Restaurants

    Last visit December 2005, we didn't see it in December 2011 so I think he's closed up shop We didn't see our first choice for shrimp tacos, La Floresta, as we were driving down the highway (not sure it's still there) and our second choice, El Oasis, which was recommended on the playadelcarmeninfo.com website was closed for renovation so we asked...

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  • Cafe Des Artistes

    Puerto Vallarta Restaurants

    It is a bit unfair to call Cafe des Artistes a Mexican restaurant but it would be grossly unfair to call it anything else. When you take a group of 19 to a restaurant, it is normal to expect a bit of chaos but that did not happen here. I do not tend to think of resort beach towns as places to go for haute cuisine but I may have to change my mind. I...

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  • La Palapa Restaurant

    Cabo San Lucas Restaurants

    The service was the Best!! We had the Flaming Banana Desert after one of the best Seafood Dinners I have ever had. Gustavo was really pouring the flame and presenting the Desert:) 1 of the 3 or 6 different SeaFood specials

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  • Villa María

    Mexico City Restaurants

    This is a nicely decorated Mexican restaurant, with a little bar attached to it. The atmosphere is nice, and the people who visit it are mostly middle to high class people who live or work nearby, as it's located in a wealthy zone of town. The prices are pretty decent, though, you can have a great meal for about 30-35 USD per person (drinks...

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