Do you need to know the 5 best Mexican restaurants in Hawaii? Check out this helpful guide to the most scrumptious enchiladas, burritos, and other Mexican dishes around the island. You're not stuck just eating island food on your vacation. There is a lot more to Hawaii than you think.
- Azteca: Our list of five best Mexican restaurants begins with this spicy little gem. They serve all your favorites that include carne asada, steak ranchero, carnitas Pork, adobo Chile, verde fajitas and chimichangas. Do you have a thing for Mexican beer? Not a problem. They serve Tecate, Dos Equis, Sol and Coronas. If you’re brave enough, try one of the 60 ounce pitchers of Margaritas. A great place to experience authentic Mexican dishes and get a little tipsy for a very reasonable price. Enjoy them at 3617 Waialae Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96816. (808) 735-2492
- Baja Tacos: You’ll find that this reasonably priced venue serves pretty good food. It’s a great place for lunch or dinner. Take a trip to 3040 Waialae Avenue, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. (808) 737-5893
- Banditos Cantina: This five best serves only homemade dishes. It’s a local favorite, so you know it must be good. There is a beer and drink menu alongside the regular menu. Again, a great place to get your drink on, guys. Normally, I would say stay away from places named “Banditos” but it is okay to dine here. Pearlridge Shopping Center 98-151 Pali Momi Street Aiea, Oahu, Hawaii 96701. (808) 488-8888
- Cha Cha Cha Salsaria: Cute name for this fun Mexican restaurant. You’ll find a great menu complete with happy hour at this location. They serve everything from Caribbean food to burritos on the menu. Yes, there is a drink menu with over 35 Tequilas and 24 rum drinks. Now, that’s what I’m talking about. Hawaii Kai Shopping Center, 377 Keahole Street. C-1A, Honolulu, Hawaii 96825. (808) 395-7797
La Familia Restaurante: The five best Mexican restaurants in Hawaii would not be complete without a family restaurant on the list. This sweet little eatery is perfect for a nice family dinner. The food is really outstanding and affordable. Give it a try at 94-226 Leoku Street,
Waipahu, Hawaii 96797. (808) 671-8776
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