Orlando’s Top 4 Mexican Restaurants

Orlando, Florida has hundreds of great restaurants, especially if you get a craving for Mexican food. Instead of hopping on Seamless and scrolling through an endless list of potential places, check out our list of the top 5 Mexican restaurants in Orlando.

#1 – El Potro Mexican Restaurant

El Potro Mexican Restaurant is a relaxed chain restaurant offering a variety of Mexican food in a buffet-style cuisine. The spacious location, located at 4666 S Kirkman Road, offers authentic dishes like Queso Fundido, Bistec and Peppers, and Carne Asada. Our favorite was the Bistec a la Diabla. It’s a rib-eye steak cooked with a spicy chipotle sauce.

#2 – Agave Azul Orlando

Agave Azul can be found at 4750 S Kirkman Road. It offers a party-like atmosphere and cheap tequila, making a great place for a birthday bash. Their restaurants has dine-in, curbside pick-up and delivery options. My friend Jose works in the of the restaurant, cooking on the grill and cleaning the kitchen vent hoods to make sure all the grease is removed. Restaurant exhaust cleaners are important to keep the patrons at the restaurant safe. The best foods to get at Agave Azul are Chile Rellenos, Ahi Ceviche Stack, and the Tostadas de Tinga.

#3 – Antojitos Authentic Mexican Restaurant

Antojitos Authentic Mexican Restaurant is located at 6000 Universal Boulevard. This spacious eatery has a rainbow-colored building with a big blue arch in front. It has all the basic foods like empanadas and fajitas but comes at a steeper price tag because of its proximity to Universal. Sit back, relax, and enjoy some cold beer and warm chips as you listen to Mariachi music playing to set the mood. It’s a fun dining experience that occurs between 4 PM – 10 PM on Sunday through Thursday and 4 PM – 12 AM on Friday and Saturday. Antojitos is part of the “CityWalk” program and has thousands of positive reviews online.

#4 – Gringos Locos

Gringos Locos is the cheap Mexican food option from the list. They offer an everyday happy hour with $6 burritos, $2.50 tacos, and $2.50 domestic beers. Catering options are also available. If you visit the downtown location, try the Mexican Spotlight. It’s a 4-ounce sampling of homemade red salsa, chips, and guacamole. If you’re in the mood for a heartier meal, try out the chimichanga, a flour tortilla filled with rice, beans, cheese, and pico de gallo.

Next time you are looking for a great Mexican cuisine available in the evening, check out our top 4 list of Mexican restaurants. We eat and review it so you only get the best food.

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