Mexican restaurants

Mexican food is very trendy! Caliente, picante... in San Francisco we have an amazing choice! Viva Mexico! Here is our selection of Mexican restaurants in the city. 


Delicious! High-end taqueria in the spirit of SF. Tacos de guisado, enchiladas, empanadas, guacamole… 

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2031 Chestnut St. (at Fillmore)
  Sunday–Wedmesday, 11:30 am - 11:00 pm 
  Thursday–Saturday, 11:30 am – midnight

741 Valencia St. (at 18th)
  Everyday, 11:30 am – midnight




Mexiacn and latin-american cuisine. Tortilla chips, tacos, tamales, empanadas, quesadillas, ceviche... Modern decor.

306 Broderick street

1224 9th avenue

Lunch and dinner everyday.



A very good authemtic mexican restaurant, at walking distance from Union Square. Ceviche, chicken mole, corn tortillas... Try their home made guacamole . It's a must!

438 Geary Street, (415) 440-2737

From lunch to dinner, no interruption


Gracias Madre

Vegan Mexican Taqueria with a "peace and love" spirit. Ingredients are locally grown and organic. Same owners as Cafe Gratitude. 

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2211 Mission street

Everyday 11am-11pm



Has closed Spring 2017 after 12 years of service on Chesnut.

Mexican fusion. While you wait for your table (wait can be long), enjoy a margarita or mojito.

2317 Chestnut street, 415-346-8494.

Everyday, 5:30pm - 12am



Panco Villa Taqueria

Typical Mexican Taqueria in the heart of the Mission District. Kids friendly.

3071 16th street, 415-864-8840.

Everyday, 10am-midnight.



Chipotle Mexican Grill

A Mexican fast food worth mentionning! We like their "food with integrity" vision : organic, no synthetic hormones, locally grown and raised.... Burritos, tacos, salad, quesadilla... everything tastes really good. 

Addresses and vision



You could also go to...


The Little Chihuahua, with three cool casual locations on Divisadero, and in Noe Valley and Mission.


Cala on Fell... good, but rather expensive and not that creative. Yes, it is a bit adamant for a comment but our experience was quite disappointing. Anyone can go and have his-her own judgement. Actually, it was a bit overrated when it opened because a few celebrities were seen having dinner there. Created the buzz at the time.


And Flores on Union Street... that kind of Instagran restaurant. They have a nice mural that was shared over and over again when the restaurant opened. Now, the food is correct but the place is really noisy and always crowded.