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El Gordo Loco is one beautiful spot for authentic Mexican cuisine. The ambiance is warm and fun in the interiors, and the outdoor seating is just perfect on sunny day. The staff and service is attentive and professional. Some of the dishes you may want to try here are guacamole, spiced tortilla chips, burgers, chicken burrito and quesadilla and lots more. Host some of your most special functions here for a memorable time. Check out the website or call ahead for more details.
Large, loud, dark and well-frequented, Sausalitos is less suitable for a comfortable or intimate dinner than for large group celebrations and generally getting to know people. The food is good quality and not overpriced, but the cocktails are better and good value for money. The patrons are young and are mainly students-the university is just around the corner. Not a place for refined gentlemen.
Pure Burrito is a restaurant that brings authentic Mexican fast food to Munich, giving patrons the opportunity to enjoy some truly delicious food that is also healthy. You have total freedom as far as creating your burrito is concerned, right from size to filling choices. Many varieties of salsa are also available, so you can add some mango zing or tomatillo tang to your burrito. Wash down your meal with a Tegernseer or Corona.
Don Luca has two locations in Munich, both full of Mexican kitsch and a certain cozy-meets-mass-produced flair. Enjoy the well-priced cocktails, which are even cheaper during happy hour. The "Top Five" specials are a must try and include hits like the Touchdown, Mai Tai and Caipi. The food, though not authentic Mexican, is decent. But the Giant Pizza Special on Mondays, available at a bargain price, will feed at least three hungry people, and cocktail slurpers will also love the cheese smothered Nachos and the toasty Quesadillas. Check out the website for detailed information.
With scintillating cocktails and a plethora of Tex-Mex cuisine to choose from, EscoBar lives up to its name of offering the best Mexican food in town along with plenty of happy times. The items on the menu that are worth recommending are Quesadilla Chilicano, Chimichanga De Taxco and Alitas De Pollo. Keep some place for the desserts too, especially the Rollitos de Primavera.The bar sees a lot of crazy fun with pacjked tables and people hanging out over glasses of cocktails and bitters. Join in the melee here and have the time of one's life. Avail the attractive happy hour discounts and promotions.
You don't have to visit Mexico to try out the street food there, just walk into Condesa! Serving authentic Mexican food, you can have a feast of a meal at a reasonable rate. The restaurant is known for serving really delicious burritos. With a variety of fillings available, just take your pick and have your fill! The Tacos and Fajitas are also good tries.
Los Bandidos is a bit tricky to get to with public transport, but once there you can happily munch on their Tex Mex menu with cocktails or Mexican beer - all subject to happy hour prices from 6 to 9 pm Sunday to Wednesday. Thursday is All You Can Eat buffet evening when you can feast on a mix of fried chicken wings, corn on the cob and other finger foods. Although this isn't a dance venue and the tables and seats are actually quite tightly packed, spontaneous bench-top dancing has been known to occur once everyone's finished feasting. This place is a great hit with party people.
Located within the neighborhood of Shwabing, El Patio is definitely a must-visit if you're craving for an exquisite Mexican meal. The loungy ambiance is great for intimate as well as group dinner, and the outdoor space is lovely on a summers day. Try their taquitos, tortilla chips, fajitas, enchiladas, crepes, and lots more. The fully stocked bar offers a good collection of beers and cocktails, as also an extensive variety of tequilas. Do not miss out on the desserts to end the evening with. Check out the website for information on private events and other details.
Eating and flirting are the two main reasons to come to Pappasito's! A sure recipe for success, because the restaurant is always jam-packed. The decor is typical of Mexican restaurants in Germany and is brimming with overdone Mexican charm. On the other hand, there are so many people here you can hardly see it. The menu consists of the usual Mexican dishes, served in large portions. You get the distinct impression, though, that most people haven't come for the food. The place always has offers on food and drinks, so check before you order. Timings vary on Fridays and Saturday.
Many locals are convinced that Zapata is the best Mexican restaurant in Munich. That would be one explanation for the crush. The room is cosy and not overdone. The staff are pleasant and brisk and the music drives rather than accompanies the evening, sometimes a little close to the pain threshold. You are rewarded, though, with authentic Mexican food at very reasonable prices. And if you add a delicious cocktail (or two), the evening will be rounded off in style.