Best Mexican Restaurants in Sydney

Best Mexican Restaurants in Sydney
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Below is a list of the top and leading Mexican Restaurants in Sydney. To help you find the best Mexican Restaurants located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Sydney’s Best Mexican Restaurants:

The top rated Mexican Restaurants in Sydney are:

  • Barrio Cellar
  • The Two Wolves
  • Flying Fajita Sistas

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Barrio Cellar

Barrio Cellar
Barrio Cellar

Barrio Cellar is a late night tequileria and eatery, providing Mexican and Southern Californian food & cocktails. They specialise in Tequila, Mezcal and Mexican street food, combined with cool beats provided by resident DJ’s who play live on Friday & Saturday nights. Barrio Cellar is nestled in a spacious basement venue, designed by award winning architects and designers Luchetti Krelle. Contemporary and lively, yet cosy and sexy.

Products/Services:

Burgers, Fries, Tacos, Guacamole, Chips, Salsa, Tuna Tostada, Market Fish Aguachile, Barrio Corn Cob, Southern Fried Chicken, Aztec Soup, Wings, Jalapeño Poppers, Quesadillas, Chilaquiles, Carne Asada Fries, Burrito, Ensaladas, Churros, Arroz, Carne Asada

LOCATION:

Address58 Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: (02) 9232 7380
Website: www.barriocellar.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Great modern Mexican food in central Sydney. Barrio Cellar has great service, a great atmosphere, amazing food and the prices a spectacular if you go for the specials. Other times the prices are about average for the size and quality of food that you would get in this location. Well worth a lunch or dinner. It is often busy so call ahead to book, even when I have called 30min in advance they have always been very accommodating.” -Jason King

The Two Wolves

The Two Wolves
The Two Wolves

The Two Wolves – Community Cantina is the definition of soul food – they are a volunteer-driven social enterprise eatery & bar that welcomes all who walk through the doors to experience their food and warm atmosphere.

With a vibrant young team of volunteers united by a common desire to serve others and a simple street food menu that comes from their network of friends around the world, they offer an eclectic and inspiring experience.

Colourful, quirky and full of heart, they are a social hub for young people to enjoy good food, find community and share meaning.

Products/Services:

Compadres Plate, Fries, Loaded Chilli Fries, Mexican Snack, Chargrilled Corn, Corn Chips and Guac, Chicken Wings, Jalapeño Poppers

LOCATION:

Address202 Broadway, Sydney NSW 2008
Phone: (02) 8039 3595
Website: www.thetwowolves.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Brilliant idea – community and volunteer based Mexican restaurant raising money for overseas projects. Good was good quality, very well prices, and staff were attentive.” -Mark Vulling

Flying Fajita Sistas

Flying Fajita Sistas
Flying Fajita Sistas

Flying Fajita Sistas uses fresh, seasonally-available produce as well as imported spices that you won’t often find outside Mexico or the US. Joe Slakey, Chef-owner, takes the best from one of the world’s most regionally diverse cuisines and adds the nuances that classical European influences have contributed to Mexican cooking over several centuries.

Products/Services:

Charred Tomato Salsa, Queso Fundido, Chips & Guacamole, Albondigas, Taquitos Dorados, Quesadilla, Tacos, Salads, Chimichanga, Fajitas, Burrito, Enchiladas, Nachos, Margaritas, Cocktails, Wines, Soft drinks, Sangria, Tequila

LOCATION:

Address65 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe NSW 2037
Phone: (02) 9552 6522
Website: www.flyingfajitasistas.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Enjoyed a delicious authentically Mexican meal on the first floor patio. Service was great and the portion sizes just right. Lots of dips with the tortilla chips, and I highly recommend the chimichanga desert. It was busy so I think being outside was better. Will definitely return. Viva la Flying Fajita Sisters!” – Pynylopy