Recommended Mexican Restaurants
Looking for some top Mexican restaurants in Auckland? The City of Sail's finest offer delicious food in friendly, colourful surroundings. Auckland is renowned for its culturally aware population and this is certainly in evidence when it comes to eating out. The best Mexican restaurants in Auckland offer classic favourites alongside more ambitious offerings whilst always maintaining deliciously high standards. For a rundown of the best, look no further than our guide to Mexican restaurants in Auckland.
SKYCITY Auckland, Cnr Victoria and Federal Streets, 1010
- New Zealand inspired cuisine
- 360 degree dining
- Breath-taking views
- 190m high in Sky Tower
- High Tea Sat and Sun
Lucha comes from 'Lucha Libre' (free fighting) - you know, large Mexican men in tights and masks strangling each other. We cannot guarantee there will be any of that carry-on at our bar - you will have to come along and find out.
Guada Manukau's Fiesta Bar, Manukau, Auckland is the only Corona bar specialising in Mexican food in Australasia.
Manukau's first South West USA/Mexican influenced Fiesta Bar. Come and join in the Fiesta!
3 Ronwood Avenue,
Hola! Mexican Restaurant in Orewa, Auckland, is a casual friendly Mexican restaurant. We offer traditional Mexican food in a warm friendly atmosphere. Enjoy also our very popular Altura coffee.
Mexicali Fresh on Princes Wharf in Auckland, is located right on the harbour with a view of the ferry terminal, we offer a casual, fun, cantina-style atmosphere for any occasion.
137 Quay Street,
Mexicali Fresh delivers fast, fresh and healthy Mexican food, and is located in Auckland's newest fashion precinct Newmarket.
29-35 Nuffield Street,
A lively, colourful eclectic atmosphere can be found at The Mexican Café in Central Auckland. Since 1983, the restaurant has built up a reputation for serving the best margaritas and mexican food in Australasia.
1 / 67 Victoria Street West,
Mexican Specialities Ltd in Ellerslie, Auckland, is a truly special place. Initiated by Jose Carlos de la Macorra and Maria Batiz, both Mexico City natives, Mexican Specialities started out peddling their mouth-watering food at markets, but with food this good, it was only a matter of time before Jose and Maria established a place to call their own that offered the Mexican food they make so well.
Before long, Mexican Specialties started selling authentic Mexican ingredients, pinatas, art and religious artefacts as well, contributing to the homely and positively quirky atmosphere at the site. Mexican Specialties' artsy slant isn't too much of a surprise, though, considering Maria's background in painting restoration.
5/92 Marua Road,