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Good food isn't so hard to find in Tokyo; but when it comes to finding quality Mexican food, the choices are very limited. That's why La Jolla has become such a hit with locals craving for a taste of Mexican cuisine. Named after a beautiful city in southern California, this restaurant delivers a variety of dishes with a Tex-Mex style in a cozy and hospitable atmosphere. All the favorites, including enchiladas, tacos, Spanish rice and beans, are offered up on delicious combination plates. Several kinds of Margaritas are available for the recreational drinker while a good selection of Tequila is on hand for the strong. Short 5-minute walk from Hiro-o Station, reservations recommended from Friday to Sunday.
This restaurant has built a reputation for consistently excellent Mexican food. The picnic benches and Mexican decorations create an atmosphere reminiscent of a pueblo. It is necessary to write down the order and hand it to the waiter. Weather permitting, the small veranda is also available. Recommended dishes are the homemade guacamole, ceviche (Mexican-style raw fish), tacos and shrimp grilled with garlic. The authentic margaritas are shaken at your table. Of course, the Tecate beer served with both salt and lemon goes with every dish.
A restaurant that brings Mexican culture to life, Hacienda del Cielo offers a one-of-a-kind dining experience. The first thing you notice when you walk into this restaurant is its fascinating interior design, inspired by Mexican and Mayan lore. Its enticing menu boasts a variety of traditional and modern Mexican delicacies that bring out the true essence of Latin culinary culture. Tease your palate with the classic nachos and guacamole, and then feast on a scintillating chipotle, chimichanga, or quesadilla. Complement your meal with a sangria or opt for one of the signature cocktails like the Agua Fresca, Rebujito or the Coronarita. Offering spectacular views of the Tokyo skyline from the outdoor terrace, the restaurant is ideal for a romantic dinner.