South Africa Mexican Restaurants
South Africa Mexican Restaurants
Sandton Health restaurant
The menu explodes with nourishing choices such as salads, sandwiches, soups and moist bagels, all freshly prepared for a quick, healthy and affordable meal.
Enjoy aromatic coffee and decadent breakfasts at this relaxed and trendy restaurant in Sandton.
Fourways Health restaurant
Health Coffee Shop and Catering services for pre-packed meals based on your calorie requirements or eating plan requirements. Wheat Free & Gluten Free Bakery.
Pre-packed meals and coffee shop meals free from: Wheat, gluten, sodium, additives, colourants and preservatives. With option such as Organic fruits and vegetables, free range meats and sugar alternatives.
Bellville Mexican restaurant
Enjoy your favourite Mexican dishes at this lively restaurant set in a popular and vibrant nightspot.
Mexican sombrero displays adorn the well appointed interior as well as a proud Mexican flag.
The food is delectable and offers everything you could want from an authentic Mexican menu. A buzzing atmosphere ensures that your Mexican experience at Cantina Tequila will be one to repeat.
Darling Health restaurant
Chicory Cheese Café in Mantis Mall, Darling welcomes herself as Darling’s new chic restaurant flavoured by intuitive and seasonal meals.
The menu brims with freshly cooked, freshly squeezed, freshly baked and freshly ground goodies with option to dine indoors or alfresco on farm fresh country cuisine.
Share in the love of good food at Chicory Cheese Café, Darling.
Richmond Hill Mexican restaurant
Chilli Bean Mexican Cantina is a vibey and laidback restaurant located in Richmond Hill, Port Elizabeth. As the name states, this restaurant serves authentic Mexican meals coupled with margaritas and tequila. The staff is friendly and help create the ‘fiesta’ atmosphere. The food is reasonably priced and absolutely delicious.
Tuesday to Saturday, from 12 pm to 3 pm and 6 pm to 10 pm.
Cape Town Health restaurant
Dear Me is all about indulgence without intolerance. Located along vibrant Longmarket Street, Dear Me caters for your every whim and desire in a positive and imaginative feast for the senses.
Feel welcome in a 181-year-old converted 3-story house dressed with fun and inviting décor. All dishes are suited and adapted to your taste buds and requirements making Dear Me ideal for breakfast or lunch.
Enjoy a perfect cocktail to unwind from the day’s events in the upstairs bar Tjing Tjing. Dressed in bare wooden beams and red leather.
Hout Bay Mexican restaurant
Delight your taste buds with wholesome hearty food in a relaxed intimate setting distinctly Mexican. The colourful lighting and authentic memorabilia blended with funky tunes transports you to the lively back streets of Mexico.
Aromatic spices dressed with vivid colours and flavours tantalise your taste buds with an abundance of margarita and tequila to put out the flames for those brave enough to sample the chilli on tap.
Seating just 22 patrons inside - this hip and happening tequila shrine offers great value for money and starter portions large enough to pass around the table.
On balmy summer days, laze around beneath the old El Dinal by the river while satisfying your palette with tacos, burritos, enchiladas and temptingly delicious frozen margaritas.
Stellenbosch Health restaurant
The health conscious will love 8 Restaurant at Spier Estate in Stellenbosch. With its Farm-to-Table inspired menu and all the focus on wholesome, organic and fresh produce, visitors can indulge in an eating out experience that is guilt free. Not only is the restaurant strictly health orientated, the procurement of the produce is also green all the way.
8 Restaurant has a casual mood that demands relaxation from its patrons. That aspect, combined with the significance of the number 8 in the eatery’s name, adds dimension to one’s perception of the place.
The number 8 signifies balance, cycles, harmony, infinity and abundance which is a clear indication of the restaurant’s approach to its food and means of sourcing produce. Visitors to 8 Restaurant can expect exciting combinations of predominantly raw ingredients. All items are natural and organic and geared at optimal nutrition. The signature dish is Chicken Pie that is served with seasonal vegetables and herbs.
The establishment is licensed, so enjoying a glass of wine with one’s meal is a sure option, however, one cannot expect to find carbonated drinks on the menu.
The restaurant is also has a deli for a bout of healthy shopping.
Green Point Mexican restaurant
Dressed in vivid pink walls, plush leather booths, ambient lampshades and Mexican art, El Burro steers away from the traditional Mexican décor into a more sophisticated Mexican experience.
Located along the Green Point strip, diners enjoy a myriad of Mexican pleasures ranging from ceviche, which is made with the fish of the day and bursts of lime, coriander, chilli and pickled red onion.
Mains include a chocolate mole, the national dish of Mexico, as well as an array of soft corn tacos filled with chilli-battered line fish and braised short rib served with a spread of fresh guacamole, smoked and fresh chilli sauce, salsa and sour cream.
Dine within the mood-enhancing interior or enjoy the balmy summer sun alfresco on the balcony.
Observatory Mexican restaurant
El Fiesta is a hidden Mexican restaurant off Main Road in Observatory, Cape Town. The bright and mismatched décor with sombreros everywhere makes one imagine they might be in Mexico. The meal portions are quite big and a starter can be enough for even the hungriest eyes. The affordable food and always-tempting jugs of frozen margaritas make any group enjoy the festivities.
McGregor Health restaurant
Exuding a rustic farm-style ambiance that invites warmth and relaxation, Jacobs Ladder creates a slow and relaxed dining pace, giving guests time to enjoy the nutrient rich food. Enjoy healthy delights such as organic smoothies, organic coffee, delicious natural and organic breakfast and lunches, wheat grass shooters and seasonal organic produce.
Western Cape Mexican restaurant
Enjoy awesome Latin American street food prepared by renowned Venezualan chef Migdalia Bellorin, an attraction on his own. This original eatery has an ever-changing menu serving up food like Colombian stews, soups, Argentinian empanadas and the traditional Peruvian ceviche.
Orinoco serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Start your day with a variety of sandwiches, scrambled eggs with Mexican flavours or arepa, a popular dish in Venezuela. Lunch dishes change on a daily basis and a variety of salads, vegetables and light meals like empanadas and tacos. A range of desserts are also available.
The wine list consists of four wines. Try the perfectly balanced spicy Orinoco the very interesting Peruvian pisco sour or margarita.
On Friday evenings guests can enjoy cocktails and tapas in this laid-back, relaxed gem in Cape Town.
Century City Health restaurant
Osumo provides a much-needed healthier approach to food, especially in today's stressful fast-paced life. The key to this outlet's success is that they make healthy food exciting and tasty.
Osumo offers everything you can think of, from great health breakfasts, beautifully prepared mains and an amazingly creative kids menu to energy boosting smoothies and delectable hot drinks. Breakfast includes dishes like warrior oats which contains raw oats, low fat bulgarian yogurt, grated apple, hemp powder, walnuts, goji berries and honey. Osumo puts the power back in the consumer's hands by rating the dishes according to their benefits. The warrior oats, for example, is high in protein and considered a super food.
Main meals are anything but boring and delicious combinations of certain healthy ingredients can be enjoyed as salads, in wraps or on bread. One example is the sticky plum chicken consisting of free range chicken breast strips, danish feta, fresh avo, rosa tomatoes, carrots, greens and homemade fat free sticky sauce.
Put the tasty back in healthy - give Osumo a try.
Observatory Mexican restaurant
As with all Mexican eateries, it’s all about sizzling palates, frozen margaritas and fiery tequilas, enjoyed in an authentic and vibey setting.
The menu boasts generous portions and a wide variety of choice, with option of heat levels tailored to suit your palate.
Visit Pancho’s for great Mexican food and ice-cold margaritas in Observatory.
Vredehoek Health restaurant
This corner café, nurtured by family and old family recipes makes for a delightful change in healthy eating.
Expect fresh, seasonal and refreshing meals with naughty in-between treats for those with a sweet tooth.
Serving breakfast and lunch, refreshing homemade tea and afternoon bubbly, RAW Café’s homely ambiance dressed in lavender coated walls and earthy tones refreshes and revives the palate.
Dine within the soothing interior or alfresco on the bright and beautiful deck.
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