Best Mexican Restaurants in Sydney

For a very long time Sydney has been deprived of any great Mexican eateries, mostly catering to Chinese, Thai and Indian restaurants. Fortunately for Sydneysiders, this has slowly changed over the last couple of years and not a moment to soon.
Finally, for all you Mexican food lovers, there are multiple choices available. Not only are there some great authentic Mexican restaurants, but a few decent fast food type of operations have also popped up.

If you’re keen on Mexican but unsure on where to go, look no further. Below is list of a few of the better places in the greater Sydney area.

The top Mexican restaurants:
Agave – Located in Surry Hills

Flying Fajita Sisters – Located in Glebe

Azteca’s – Located in Randwick
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The top fast food Mexican restaurants:
Mad Mex – Multiple locations throughout NSW and a handful in VIC, QLD, WA

Guzman Y Gomez – Multiple locations throughout NSW, QLD, VIC and ACT

If none of the above restaurants are near you, you can always create your own. Check out this great recipe for spicy shredded chicken for tacos, burritos or nachos.
Make my own Mexican

If you know of any other great Mexican restaurants not mentioned in this post, PLEASE add them to the comments section.

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  1. ChadP
    March 23, 2012 at 2:39 pm — Reply

    You cant have a list of mexican restaurants in Sydney and leave out cafe pacifico…very nice!

  2. Brittneygreen
    June 16, 2012 at 6:44 pm — Reply

    Agree with the choices provided and will say that agave is my favorite. It’s great Mexican and one of the better restaurants in Surry Hills

  3. slater
    June 30, 2012 at 4:07 pm — Reply

    Nice post, went to Agave base on this article and the one comment. Drove from the north shore and can say that it was worth it. Definitely the best mexican ive had in Sydney!

  4. donjuan90
    July 11, 2012 at 4:49 pm — Reply

    Great to read about the best Mexican in Sydney, what about Melbourne? Can you write up some recommendations for down here

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