52 "Mexican" Restaurants in Austin.
Hay Elotes is one of our favorite spots on the East Side for ice cream, sorbet, fruit cups, elotes, and birria.
Jamie’s Barbecue And Mini Tacos is a trailer in a dusty lot in South Austin, and as the name implies, they do in fact make mini tacos and barbecue.
At Tejas Birria in Buda, they’re serving birria and quesabirria tacos, and they’ve also got birria ramen, birria kimbab, and birria grilled cheese.
Reunión 19 is a Mexican restaurant in East Austin that serves excellent tacos.
Ñoño’s Tacos in North Austin makes excellent breakfast tacos, tortas, and chicken al carbon.
At Yucatan Tacos & More in the parking lot of a gas station on Braker and Burnet, you can, in fact, get tacos and more.
Autenticos Michoacana is a food truck with a wide menu of tacos, tortas, quesadillas, and machetes.
Carnitas El Guero, inside the Stassney Foodmart/Texaco on Stassney in South Austin, serves excellent carnitas tacos.
Granny’s Tacos serves excellent tacos, tortas, quesadillas, and more out of a food trailer in East Austin.
El Borrego De Oro serves a large menu of Mexican classics, like fajitas, tacos, enchiladas, and soups.
Birria tacos, quesabirria, birria quesadillas, tortas, and consomé out of a food trailer near 7th and Lamar.
Machetes Doña Leova on North Lamar does all sorts of things, including breakfast tacos, gorditas, huaraches, quesadillas, burritos, and machetes.
The Mexican food truck Paprika ATX in the Highland neighborhood serves great tacos and tortas.
Sabor Tapatio is a newish Mexican food truck on the corner of Stassney and South Congress with a bunch of covered and open-air picnic tables.
Super Burrito sells California-style, carne asada burritos out of a food truck downtown.