Mexican cuisine is not that widespread in Prague, and real Mexican restaurants serving excellent dishes are hard to come by. Our only recommendation would be Cantina: large portions, good service, reasonable prices, plus a great atmosphere.
On the menu is a large selection of Mexican and Czech specialities. On site is also bowling, darts and outdoor terrace seating. Unfortunately Amigos is located a bit out of town, in the Radotin district. Mains are from 100 to 400 CZK.
Address: Horymírovo náměstí 9, Prague 5; www.amigos.cz
Address: Újezd 38, Prague 1; www.restauracecantina.cz
Mains range from 100 to 260 CZK.
Address: Millčová 25, Prague 3; www.fosil.cz
La Casa Blu
It’s a yummy, cheap and lively smoke-free bar with music in the background. Considering the city centre locations, La Casa Blue is an excellent choice for Mexican food like fajitas and burrito. Tip: book in advance for a table in the evening, especially Thursday to Sunday.
Address: Kozí 15, Prague 1; www.lacasablu.cz
This authentic restaurant run by Mexicans has two branches, one at Male Náměstí 13, Old Town and the other at Americká 8, Prague 2. It’s probably the best place for Tex-Mex, tacos, burritos and enchiladas in Prague. It is even good for a few margaritas before going clubbing in Prague (happy hour from 11am to 7pm). It’s a small, friendly, informal restaurant with delicious and good value meals. Mains are from 150 to 210 CZK.
Address: Americká 8, Prague 2; www.lasadelitas.cz
Address: Belgická 11, Prague 2; www.zluta-pumpa.info