Mexican restaurants in Hong Kong to discover

Finding a good Mexican restaurant is more than just getting your taco fix, the overall vibe, service and tequila play a huge part in your overall experience. Here are 5 mostly authentic, apart from the Jungle, Mexican restaurants that you should discover this week!


Taqueria Super Macho

Taqueria Super Macho is an unfussy after-surf taco bar located in the famous two-story building at 35 Bridges Street. Expect a basic, pared-down design inspired by the roadside taquerias that litter the streets of Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas, essentially sheds turned into quirky small cafes. Wear your party hat but don’t bother brushing the sand out of your sandals. Communal tables, each with a center piece of Valentina hot sauce and paper napkins, encourage you to rest with other sun-kissed comrades while sipping a delicious libation.

Sheung Wan
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8Five2 Restobar

8Five2 Restobar specializes on unique, modern Mexican cuisine, with a wide range of flavors that will leave you wanting more. Expect to discover your Mexican favorites, as well as a few surprises, such as Succotash Enchiladas, Watermelon with Feta Salad, Chilli Lime Shrimp Fajitas, and more. Come and see for yourself…you will be pleasantly surprised.

Tsim Sha Tsui
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The Jungle

The Jungle was founded by three brothers, Bikal, Susant, and Suvas, with a single goal in mind: to establish a welcoming neighborhood pub with fantastic drinks and even better cuisine. Expect uncomplicated comfort where you can sit back, relax, and enjoy superb cuisine, delectable cocktails, and the companionship of good friends.

Kowloon
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Agave

Agave’s cuisine features regional specialties as well as innovative Guadalajara dishes. Various chiles, cactus, and fresh green tomatillos are imported from Mexico, while our tortillas are prepared on site. At the long bar, you may sample our extensive range of tequilas or taste our well-known margaritas. Over 186 different Tequila brands are available, all imported directly from Mexico!

Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
Website

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