Mesa’s Best Mexican Restaurants:
The top rated Mexican Restaurants in Mesa, AZ are:
- Serrano’s Mexican Food Restaurants – the oldest continuously owned and operated family business
- Rosa’s Mexican Grill – has been serving Arizona’s favorite Mexican Food for 25 years
- Carolina’s Mexican Food – has a long-established reputation of the best Mexican Food
- Mr. Pancho Mexican Food – is a restaurant that serves authentic Mexican food
- Macayo’s Mexican Food – served Mexican cuisine for over 65 years
Serrano’s Mexican Food Restaurants
Serrano’s Mexican Food Restaurants, Ernie and Eva Serrano founded Serrano’s Mexican Food Restaurants in 1979, with their first site in Downtown Chandler. Ernie and Eva recognized an opportunity to move away from the family clothes business and into the burgeoning restaurant business. They are proud to be Chandler’s longest-running family business and to have had the opportunity to expand into other East Valley areas by opening restaurants and giving back.
Stacked Quesadilla, Boston Cream Pie, Adobo Fish Tacos, Adobo Chicken Salad
“Margaritas great as always. No charge for spicy salsa. The food was the same as always. The hostess and our waitress are what made this 5 stars. Excellent service, friendly, and pleasant.” – Sandi A.
Rosa’s Mexican Grill Mesa
Rosa’s Mexican Grill Mesa is a restaurant that serves Mexican cuisine. Mesa is a family-owned and operated restaurant that has been feeding Mesa residents as well as visitors from all over the Valley and country for over 20 years. Rosa’s is known for offering Arizona’s best “Baja Style” Mexican cuisine. Numerous honors for their superb dining and meals are displayed on their trophy wall.
Taco Sampler, Blackened Shrimp Quesadilla, Ensalada Mexicana, Glazed Salmon Salad
“Rosa’s has been a family favorite for more than two decades, and they continue to impress. The shrimp tacos are a must-order, and the chips, salsa & “hot sauce” options are both delicious and plentiful. The menu is just a starting point, as requested substitutions have always been welcomed. Friendly and attentive staff do all they can to guarantee a positive experience. It’s been too long since our last visit. We’ll be back.” – Christopher L.
Carolina’s Mexican Food
Carolina’s Mexican Food has a long history of serving up some of the best Mexican cuisines in the Southwest. Manuel and Carolina Valenzuela started the company in the 1950s as a dream. The pair began by cooking homemade tamales, burritos, and tortillas, which they sold from the back seat of the family car during wrestling events and to migrant laborers in the fields, always ensuring that the food was fresh and prepared in the traditional manner given to them by their parents.
Burros, Tacos, Quesadillas, Chimichangas, Enchiladas, Tamales, Carne Asada Burro
“The food is delicious and family-friendly. We eat here frequently when we can. Reasonable prices and great food quality. I have ordered both dine-in and take-out. Usually, it is very clean.” – Jillian G.
Mr. Pancho Mexican Food
Mr. Pancho Mexican Food is a restaurant in Mesa, Arizona, that provides authentic Mexican cuisine. Mr. Pancho Mexican Food serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week. After the infamous Restaurant Mexico on Mill Avenue in Tempe closed, the restaurant was opened. Mr. Pancho resembles and possesses some of the characteristics of Restaurant Mexico. Apart from the chef, the majority of the seats, tables, and booths in this restaurant are from the previous location.
Chicken Pipian, Fajitas, Bistec Ranchero, Mini Bean Burrito, Crispy Corn Taco
“I have been looking for awesome Mexican food. I Found it. The owner and staff are very welcoming. Had a carne asada quesadilla, authentic taste. Salsa is superb as well. Can’t wait to try the hotter stuff. So far, the flavor is on point. Can’t wait to devour this menu. Support your locals.” – Garrett C.
Macayo’s Mexican Food
Macayo’s Mexican Food has created a friendly environment where you and your family can enjoy fresh, authentic Mexican cuisine prepared with the finest ingredients. They keep everything fresh by using farm-grown, local goods. This allows them to concentrate on their cuisine, which is based on family recipes.
They’ve been serving Mexican food with love for almost 65 years. They take pleasure in offering fresh, flavorful dishes that make each guest feel like a member of their family. Macayo’s has won numerous Mexican culinary honors as a result of their dedication, and they intend to continue the tradition for many years to come.
Chalupa Taco, Chicken Taco, Red Cheese Enchilada, Macayo’s Favorite, Fajita Bowl
“This has to be the best Macayos I’ve been to so far. We’ve been to 2 other locations, but they had worse service and food than they used to. This place was short-staffed, but you couldn’t tell. We were seated right away and had great service. The longer drive for us is worth it to have such a great meal and service. Highly recommend this location at Superstition and 60.” – Joan L.
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