Mexican Restaurants in Palm Springs

$35 for $50 Worth of Modern Mexican Cuisine at Cantina Laredo

Cantina Laredo

The Village at Gulfstream Park

$50 $35


Refined takes on Mexican cuisine, including fajitas in chipotle-wine sauce and enchiladas stuffed with avocado and artichoke

$22 for $40 Worth of Argentinean Cuisine and Drinks for Two at Angus Steak House

Angus Steak House

Downtown Hollywood

$40 $22


Argentinean cuisine ranging from a 24oz skirt steak to housemade pastas with a full bar and free three-hour street parking

Mexican Cuisine for Two or Four at Las Cazuelas (Up to 40% Off)

Las Cazuelas


$20 $12


Sample flavors from throughout Mexico, such as chile rellenos, tacos, seafood, and spicy lamb stew

Mexican Food for Two or Four at Tequila Sunrise Mexican Grill (47% Off)

Tequila Sunrise Mexican Grill

Oakland Park

$15 $8

Award-winning restaurant doles out 46-oz. margaritas and fresh seafood tossed in homemade sauces

Mexican Dinner for Two or Four or Carryout at Tijuana Taxi Co. Coral Springs (Up to 40% Off)

Tijuana Taxi Co. Coral Springs

Coral Springs

$48.87 $30


Authentic Mexican food, including chimichangas, Oaxaca tacos & the Hacienda burrito, served alongside margaritas in an energetic atmosphere

Mexican Cuisine for Carryout or Lunch at El Toro Taco (Up to 45% Off)

El Toro Taco


$20 $12

Mexican joint dishes out classic dishes such as beef and chicken fajitas, shredded beef chimichangas, chicken quesadillas, and guacamole

Mexican Dinner Cuisine for Two or More at Baja Cafe Deerfield (Up to 40% Off)

Baja Cafe Deerfield

Deerfield Beach

$30 $18


Mahi-mahi asada and mojo pork fajitas pair with more than 400 tequilas at this eatery with a dog-friendly outdoor patio

Mexican Lunch for Two or Italian Cuisine at LaStella's Restaurant & Catering (Up to 43% Off)

LaStella's Restaurant & Catering

Boca Raton

$40.15 $25


Mole chicken and burritos are crafted at lunch, while authentic Italian dishes are served at night

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The cooks in Taco Shop’s kitchen stuff burritos, tacos, and tortas with traditional Mexican meats ranging from carne asada and carnitas to barbacoa and al pastor. They also pile these seasoned proteins onto towering platters of nachos and hide them inside gooey quesadillas. In the dining room, tangerine-colored walls brighten up the space and make guests feel like tiny pieces of pulp.

831 W 49th St.

El Rey De Las Fritas serves up an extensive menu of authentic Cuban cuisine. Start your flavorful survey of Caribbean flavors with one of the restaurant's famous fritas, a seasoned-beef patty on cuban bread topped with sizzling shoestring potatoes ($3.25, $3.50 with cheese). Or submerge your mouth in the submarine-like pan con tortilla calljera, a heaping omelette sandwich guaranteed to wake up taste buds with its fresh flavors and impression of Gloria Estefan ($4.25). Sandwich-averse diners can dive into the tamal preparado, a cornhusk-wrapped tamale accompanied with a side of seasoned pork ($5.25) or sip on the sopa de pallo, a traditional Cuban chicken soup ($3.25).

421 W 29th St

Seven Yelpers give Taco Vida a three-star average, three TripAdvisors give the restaurant an average of 4.5 owl eyes, and 90% of Urbanspooners recommend it:

7890 NW 52nd St

To reflect on Totoritas’ menu is to wade through the effect that exploration and globalization have had on the world’s cultures over the past several centuries. Amid the pages, one can see the influences that found their way to Peruvian shores—from the cilantro introduced by the Spanish to the fried rice and saltados, or sautéed dishes, brought over with Chinese and Japanese immigrants. But to focus solely on the origins of the ingredients themselves, and their transfer from one culture to another, is to ignore how delicious they can be when combined.

Cilantro tops six varieties of ceviche to soften the bite of the lemon juice that marinates the fish and shrimp, and coats of spicy sauce dress fried and sautéed fillets to amp up their zing before they lie atop beds of rice. Plantains flank breaded chicken, and steak, fried fish, or chicken tops tacu-tacu, a classic African-Peruvian dish with beans and spices. While guests explore the crosscultural flavors, colorful paintings of landscapes dot the dining-room walls between bright copper sconces to remind eyes of the seas where fish are caught and of the fields where silverware grows.

7367 NW 36th St

Conquering discriminating palates with its tempting small plates, enticing entrees, and cozy, eclectic atmosphere, El Pimiento brings a taste of traditional Spanish dining to South Florida. Sample from a selection of small portions designed to be passed among dining companions both real and imaginary. Nibble upon chistorras, Spanish sausage links simmered in Spanish cider ($6.49), pick at pimientos rostisados, fire-roasted red and yellow peppers ($6.95), or feast fiendishly upon morsels of filetillo con queso cabrales, beef tenderloin accented with aged blue cheese ($10.95).

16403 NW 67th Ave

Candido's Restaurant treats hungry visitors to a smorgasbord of global cuisine featuring succulent Mediterranean kabobs, Italian pastas, hearty American burgers, and Mexican huevos rancheros and chicken burritos. The menu tempts palates with upscale dishes such as the grilled salmon with mango vinaigrette, as well as simple delights, such as their signature Mediterranean Bullet, a cylindrical pita sandwich filled with Greek sausage and mozzarella that is fired out of a tiny cannon into customers' mouths. Chicken and shrimp mingle with alfredo sauce and olive oil in mouthwatering pastas, while charbroiled burgers deliver handheld meals of beef, melted cheese, smoky bacon, and crispy veggies.

7930 NW 36th St