Mexican Restaurants in South San Jose Hills

45% Off Mexican Cuisine at Ricardo's El Ranchito

Lowell

$20 $11

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Mexican specialties such as sautéed shrimp, enchiladas in mole sauce, and huevos rancheros served all day

Up to 50% Off Mexican Food at Sabor A Mi

La Verne

$20 $11

Tacos, burritos, and chimichangas served alongside creamy horchata and Jarritos sodas

Up to Half Off Mexican Food at Papa's Taco House & Cantina

Yorba Linda

$20 $11

House-made al pastor tacos, Manzarita cocktail with muddled lemon and cinnamon, and breakfasts such as the enchilada topped with two eggs

50% Off Mexican Food at Antigua Bar & Grill

Montebello

$30 $15

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Classic Mexican dishes include chicken in mole sauce, tostadas de ceviche, and fresh coconut-breaded bass with mango salad

Half Off Mexican Food at Los Tacos

Multiple Locations

$22 $11

(109)

Founder’s family recipes yield menu of authentic Mexican street food, including chicken mole and 10 types of soft tacos

Half Off Mexican Food & Seafood at Tequila Bar & Grill

Ontario

$20 $10

(18)

Authentic Mexican specialties, such as two types of hard- and soft-shell tacos with five types of fillings

50% Off Mexican Food at El Pollo Norteno

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

(37)

Mesquite charcoal flavors homestyle Mexican dishes, including charbroiled chicken, tacos, and burritos

50% Off at Azteca Mexican Restaurant

Downtown Garden Grove

$24 $12

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South-of-the-border comfort food such as pork tamales and taquitos served amidst quirky Elvis memorabilia and a karaoke lounge

50% Off Chicken and Mexican Food at Don Jacinto Pollo Grill

Santa Ana

$10 $5

(25)

"Home of the Mesquite Chicken" also serves up wet and dry burritos, beef tongue tacos, Mexican soups, and more

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A colorful sign juts from Manny’s El Loco, proudly proclaiming “World Famous Burritos Since 1971.” Inside, chefs busily pack the eatery’s claim to fame with carnitas, carne asada, and chicken, or up the ante with rib-eye steak or chorizo. Forks and knives find a place at Manny’s as well, thanks to taco salads tossed with meat and avocado and enchilada platters paired with authentic rice and beans. The kitchen crew incorporates hamburgers and french fries into its primarily Mexican menu, and helps customers tackle the morning or their nemesis with eggs prepared any style, which they can take to go or enjoy on the outdoor patio.

437 S Glendora Ave
West Covina,
CA
US

The Gringos Tacos family of guacamole gurus has retained their taqueria's catering roots while expanding into a restaurant and slinging tortillas from its very own food truck. American influences peek through in heaps of french-fry nachos, chipotle-aioli-drizzled BLT tacos, and guacamole made with Grant Wood paintings. Using high-quality ingredients and eschewing lard helps keep the menu of creative Mexican cuisine tasting fresh.

2007 W Pacific Ave
West Covina,
CA
US

The first Baja Fresh opened in 1990 as a rebuttal to the country's spate of traditional burger-and-fries chains. Today, each location upholds the eatery’s original mission of providing an alternative to traditional fast food with a kitchen that fires meats, chops farm-fresh produce, and pours house-made salsa over grilled tortillas. Guests can nosh on tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and fajitas amid a dining room with decor more bright and cheery than the sun after it eats a bag of pixie stix for breakfast.

1360 S Beach Blvd
La Habra,
CA
US

Harbor Mexican Cafe's chefs stoke ovens and tend grills to build a menu with some of Mexican cuisine's most iconic staples. To fill each burrito and enchilada with authentic, homestyle flavors, the chefs simmer chunks of beef in salsa roja, make guacamole in-house, and hand-flatten ears of corn to make tortillas.

1460 South Harbor Boulevard
La Habra,
CA
US

Yelpers give Cabo Grill & Cantina an average rating of four stars. Multiple Yahoo! Locals and four Insider Pagers give the Mexican eatery an average of three stars. Eighty-one percent of Urbanspooners recommend Cabo Grill & Cantina.

301 N Brea Blvd
Brea,
CA
US

Joe Garcia has worked a lot of different jobs. As a child in California, he and his father sold fresh food to local markets. When he was 18, he was drafted into World War II, where he served as a paratrooper, and after the war, he founded a bilingual magazine, Mas Graphicas. He later went on to open his first Mexican restaurants in Huntington Beach and Castaic, and then founded two successful Mexican food companies to supply supermarkets with authentic Mexican cuisine. In 2009, he decided to open Famous Joe’s—a place where guests can stop in for the same traditionally prepared Mexican dishes that made him so successful in the past.

Famous Joe’s enchants taste buds with house specialties such as the fish tacos topped with a chipotle cream sauce and the extra-large burritos filled with anything from carne asada to chiles rellenos in a red sauce. These pair with traditional appetizers such as flautas or less traditional appetizers such as the Food Coma cheese fries topped with your choice of meat, cheese, bacon, guacamole, and sour cream. Mouths cool off by sipping imported beers, gulping glasses of horchata, or licking the napkins.

15334 Whittier Blvd
Whittier,
CA
US