MEXICAN FOOD LOVERS IN PARIS
Being in a French country you would think that tasty Mexican food would be hard to find. Fortunately, in Paris there are many amazing options! Whether you are visiting Paris and you just can’t eat one more croque monsieur or if you are native and want to try something new these restaurants are the places you want to try. Let’s get spicy!
Not only can you score some authentic street tacos here but there is also a bar. You can try their margaritas of course, or you can get really adventurous and try one of their cocktails featuring places such as Peru, Argentina, Cuba and Mexico. Don’t miss their Taco Tuesday! 2€ tacos!
52 Rue de Saintonge 75003 Paris
El Nopal has a bit of everything with very friendly staff and an excellent taste. You can pick up a burrito and enjoy a nice walk down the Canal St. Martin. If you rather have a seat and take in the ambiance of a Mexican restaurant than you can go to their location in Pigalle.
PIGALLE, 5 Rue Duperré, 75009
*Take Away Only*
CANAL ST.MARTIN, 3 Rue Eugene Varlin, 75010 Paris
Here, the margaritas are so good and they are everything else that they have. The place is small but the burritos are big! Of course, you also have their chips and guacamole, thus their name, El Guacamole.
37, rue Yves Toudic, 75010 Paris
Tito’s is a little bit more off the beaten path but it is not too far from Sacré Cœur. If you are looking for something authentic and delicious! They also have homemade special sauces to add to your tacos or burrito. Be careful with their hot sauce, when they say it’s spicy, they actually mean your mouth will be on fire! It’s still worth it though!
26 rue Custine , 75018 Paris
Now, this one you can’t miss because they are seriously four locations! It is kind of similar to a Chipotle kind of vibe but even better! They actually have a frozen margarita which is essential to your fuego meal.
127 Rue Mouffetard,75005
95 Rue Oberkampf, 75011
84 Rue FBG St Denis, 75010
81 Rue Réaumur, 75002
All of these restaurants cater to vegetarians and vegans!
Article by Katie Chaplin