Best Mexican Restaurants In Singapore

A Fun Fiesta For Cinco de Mayo

Best Mexican Restaurants In Singapore - Super Loco

Date night is calling and we have some spicy tips for you!  Little Steps has dipped, crunched, and sipped our way around Singapore to give you the best Mexican restaurants in the city.  From easy pick-ups to alfresco favorites, there is something for mom and dad to enjoy on every budget and in every area.  Arriba, arriba… Happy Cinco De Mayo!


    So this chain offers everything fresh, nothing frozen and made with the best quality ingredients. If you’re looking for a cheap and cheerful but healthy date night, this is the place for you. Grab a quick bite on the way home before tackling the kids. Try their delicious Grilled Shrimp Chile Lime Salad or the Burrito Ultimo®, yum!


    Baja Fresh Mexican Grill Rendezvous Gallery, 9 Bras Basah Rd #01-03 +65 6337 7300, www.bajafresh.com/singapore/

  • CAFÉ IGUANA ($$)

    For great food, great craft beer, and their famous margaritas, head to Café Iguana. A relaxed restaurant set within Clarke Quay by the river, this is an alfresco dining experience that will have you saying ‘arriba’!


    Cafe Iguana, 30 Merchant Road #01-03 Riverside Point, Singapore 058282 +65 6236 1275, www.cafeiguana.com

  • CHA CHA CHA ($$)

    Tacos and burritos are on the menu but so are delicious langostines and king stuffed prawns, something a little classier for date night. They have a frozen margarita menu which includes peach, lime, mango, strawberry, and blueberry - making you one very happy mommy and daddy.  Drink up!


    Cha Cha Cha, 32 Lorong Mambong, Holland Village, Singapore, 277690, +65 6462 1650, http://chachacha.com.sg/

  • LUCHA LOCO ($$$)

    This is Mexican street food set within a garden off Duxton Hill. Their menu inspired by a visit to Mexico is sublime. Try their mango and snapper ceviche, the Flautas de Pollo y Maiz, and the Taco de Chorizo Con Res, quite simply a gastronomic delight.


    Lucha Loco, 15 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089598, +65 6226 3938, www.luchaloco.com

  • MEXOUT ($$)

    Centrally located in the CBD, this is a great after work date night spot. This is back to basics Mexican where you choose your base, pick a filling, and then top it off with a spicy salsa. Grab a jug of Sangria or Margaritas to top it all off before heading home to the family.


    Mexout, 39 Pekin Street, Far East Square, Singapore 048769, +65 6536 9953 and 12 Marina Boulevard #02-05 Marina Bay Financial Tower 3, Singapore 018982, +65 6634 2102, www.mexout.com

  • SEÑOR TACO ($$)

    Unpretentious, everyday Mexican comfort food, is what Señor  Taco does best. Señor Taco’s original Taqueria menu features tacos, quesadillas, botanas, and specialties from the different regions of Mexico. If you’re a beer and tequila lover, try Señor Taco’s famous Corona-rita which combines a frozen lime margarita and a bottle of Corona beer, to create an intoxicatingly fun new experience.


    Señor Taco, 3D River Valley Rd, Singapore 179023, #01-06 Orchard Towers, and 1 Claymore Drive, Singapore 229594, www.senortaco.sg

  • VIVA MEXICO ($$)

    Probably the only authentic Mexican in Singapore where they can claim their chef is 100% Mexican. The drinks menu includes more than a dozen kinds of 100% Agave tequila and reasonably priced Jose Cuervo shooters. For the ladies they have a delicious, smoothie-style blackberry margarita. Great little place for date night off Orchard Road.


    Viva Mexico 23 Cuppage Road, Cuppage Terrace, Singapore 229453, +65 6235 0440, www.palatevine.com.sg/vivamexico



    Mexican with north Indian? Slightly strange but it works. If Dad needs some down time head here and watch a game, and chill out. Or bring the family. They have great service, friendly staff and a fun filled atmosphere. Try the Kashmiri Pulao or a burrito with a Greek salad. Mama might just need the mango margarita, delicious!


    Patro’s, 920 East Coast Parkway Singapore 449875, +65 6440 9372, www.patrobar.com

  • Best Mexican Restaurants In Singapore - Super Loco

    SUPER LOCO ($$$)

    This adult-friendly joint that also welcomes kids is perfect for a family meal with a Mexican kick right in the heart of Robertson Quay. Grown ups can choose from typical Mexican plates such as Huevos Rancheros, Breakfast Burritos, and Tortas (Mexican sandwiches), while the little ones can take a pick from pancakes, avocado toast, ham and cheese quesadillas, and side orders of bacon and beans. Yum!


    Super Loco, 60 Robertson Quay, The Quayside, Singapore, +65 6235 8900, www.super-loco.com


    Set in the colorful Haji Lane, near Arab street, Piedra Negra boasts authentic delicious Mexican cuisine prepared with love by their Mexican chef, Leo Muñoz. Make sure you try their frozen lime margarita and yummy beef nachos. Ask for a table outside and watch the hustle and bustle of Haji Lane.


    Piedra Negra, 241 Beach Road, Singapore 189753, +65 62911927, www.facebook.com/Piedra.Negra.Haji.Lane/

Additional Info:​


Margarita's On Dempsey, https://www.facebook.com/margaritasdempsey/

Pop By Guzman Y Gomez, http://www.gyg.com.sg/

Hombre Cantina, http://www.hombrecantina.com/ *Great for dinner!

La Salsa, http://www.lasalsa.com.sg/ *Music + food!

Cafe Iguana, www.facebook.com/CafeIguanaSg/timeline

El Mero Mero, http://www.elmeromero.sg/

Muchachos, https://www.facebook.com/muchachos.sg

Mex Out, http://www.mexout.com/

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