Mexican Restaurants in Stanford

Up to 49% Off at La Salsa Fresh Mexican Grill

Multiple Locations

$10.08 $5.20

Mexican food served during breakfast through dinner includes eggs with chorizo, tacos and burritos, and fresh salads

40% Off Mexican Cuisine at El Caminito


$20 $12


Mexican meals prepared with low-cholesterol vegetable oil and chased with salt-rimmed margaritas in a family-run eatery

Up to 43% Off Nacho Fries or Five-Pound Burritozilla at Iguanas

Multiple Locations

$21 $12


5-lb. 18-inch burritozilla featured on Man v. Food, stuffed with meats such as hand-trimmed angus carne asada or grilled marinated chicken

Half Off Mexican Food at Royal Taco


$20 $10


Authentic taquitos with avocado; spicy chiles rellenos; breakfast, lunch, and dinner burritos

Up to 61% Off Catering from Lucy’s Tamale Factory

Alum Rock

$340 $149

Masa and shredded meats are rolled by hand to cook up award-winning pork and chicken

Half Off Mexican Cuisine at Plaza Garibaldi Restaurant

San Jose

$30 $15


More than 100 tequilas complement handmade regional dishes in colorful eatery with weekend mariachi performances

Up to 42% Off Mexican and Peruvian Cuisine at El Toro Loco

Sharp Park

$30 $19

Fish tacos, shrimp burritos, and vegetarian offerings fill the Mexican menu; Peruvian offerings lean toward savory grilled meat

Up to 42% Off Mexican Food at Baja Fresh


$23.94 $15

Flame-grilled flavors of never-frozen chicken and steak fill tacos and burritos made to order with farm-fresh ingredients

Up to 53% Off at Estrada's Mexican & Caribbean Restaurant

Original Daly City

$31.90 $15


Mexican dishes with sautéed meats join forces with homemade sangria and Caribbean food, such as plantains and fried yucca, in vibrant eatery

Up to 41% Off Mexican Dinner at Regalito Rosticeria

Mission Dolores

$55.50 $33


Chefs in open kitchen roast free-range chicken, slow-roast citrus-marinated pork shoulder, and sauté North Carolina blue prawns in salsa

Up to 51% Off Mexican Food at Mango's Taqueria & Cantina

Fisherman's Wharf

$40 $20


Jalisco-style Mexican food such as marinated pork tacos, burritos with housemade mango sauce, fajitas, and guacamole made tableside

Half Off Mexican Food at Chico's Grill

San Francisco

$10 $5


Chef Hilario Chico creates a menu of authentic Mexican fare and dishes from his native town of Puebla

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Como Esta Taqueria's culinary technicians tinker with zesty and flavorful ingredients to create the hearty dishes that adorn their menu of authentic Mexican cuisine. Warm up appetites with a plate of nachos ($5.25), topped with beans, cheese, and salsa, or silence grumbling stomachs before they learn to curse with the wild fish tacos ($3.85) with cabbage and chipotle sauce. Meatless munching begins with the Tofu Ranchero burrito ($5.75), where tofu snuggles together with rice, beans, and salsa in a warm tortilla sleeping bag, or vegetarian tacos ($3.75) brimming with guacamole, beans, cheese, and salsa. Como Esta Taqueria's low-carb tortillas bring a mere 5 grams of carbohydrates to mouths, letting customers save room for loading up cheeks with walnuts or loaves of bread.

2605 Middlefield Rd
Palo Alto,

Meals from across Mexico have filled Estrellita Restaurant's menu since 1958. Veracruz-style tilapia fillets, topped with an herb-laced tomato sauce, join Vallarta-style tostadas, whose crispy corn tortillas don chicken, guacamole, salsa fresca, and sour cream. Chicken also marinates in Oaxacan spices or simmers in house-made mole sauce, whose intricate recipe includes more than 38 ingredients. Behind the bar, hand-squeezed lime and lemon juices flavor margaritas garnished with salt and slices of lime. For dessert, the kitchen whips up flan from a family recipe passed down by osmosis.

971 N San Antonio Rd
Los Altos,

The red-brick counter inside Los Altos Taqueria serves as the hub of activity, the place where guests order anything from tacos to tamales, watch chefs stuff tortillas with the requested meats, and eat the traditional Mexican dishes at one of the stools lined along the counter’s perimeter. A selection of nine meats, including fried pork, beef tongue, and barbecue chicken, fill burritos, rest atop nachos, and snuggle in enchiladas. The popular quesadilla suiza hides meat, cheese, and salsa between two tortillas, whereas fajitas boast a smorgasbord of rice, beans, guacamole, sour cream, grilled veggies, and either chicken or beef. Meals are complemented with housemade beverages such as margaritas and micheladas—a Mexican beer prepared with lime juice and assorted sauces and spices.

2105 Old Middlefield Way
Mountain View,

The tortillas at Nikko’s Mexican Grill are the primary ingredient in most dishes, holding together the fillings of fish tacos, barbeque chicken burritos, and shrimp enchiladas. So, since these tortillas play such a central role, the owners decided not to simply rely on one variety to do all of the work. Instead, they stock whole-grain tortillas in classic wheat, tomato, or spinach flavors, helping customers tame the spiciness of red-chile-soaked wet burritos or enhance the fresh flavors of cactus tacos. Most of the house’s dishes come with rice and beans, and can be paired with jiggling slices of the house-made flan.

408 El Camino Real
Redwood City,

La Victoria Taqueria's signature orange sauce spins vibrantly hued, piquant accents across time-tested Mexican fare including burritos, tacos, and enchiladas. Amid spice-laden clouds of steam, chefs forge the sauce from a secret family recipe and sell it by the bottle due to its popularity and ability to escape paper bags. The eatery's two-tone booths brim with the sounds of gleefully chattering silverware, and catering services launch supplies to distant parties and meetings.

847 Main St
Redwood City,

Since 1980, the Ramirez family has tapped into the flavors of its native Jalisco, a region in central Mexico, to fill the plates at La Hacienda. They banned lard from their kitchen and stocked it with lean meats to give each dish a heart-healthy edge. Regional specialties, such as meatball soup, share tables with steaks, fajitas, and enchiladas doused in completely vegetarian sauces. The restaurant is intimate, housing fewer than 10 tables and booths and no bleachers. Colorful papel picado banners brighten the space, which features walls are covered in eclectic Mexican artwork.

1377 Laurel St
San Carlos,