Mexican restaurants in Madrid
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If your idea of Mexican food was born in Taco Bell, La Mordida, owned by singer-songwriter Joaquin Sabina, will show you a whole new world. This is home-style Mexican cooking, the sort of place where most of the names on the menu will need explanation from the waiters. With Mexican cantina-style decor, and Coronitas and margaritas in abundance, this is one of our favourite Mexican restaurants in Madrid.
Chueca’s young professional crowd loves these sorts of places – chic dining rooms, gay-friendly service and international flavours that come with a label, in this case ‘Urban Mexican Food’. Tepic’s signature dish is the Acapulco Tropical, a cheese taco with meat and pineapple, but it’s all good and leaves you with none of that heavy after-dinner feel that spoils the aftermath of so many Mexican meals. Their menú degustación (€26) is outstanding, there are lots of Mexican beers to choose from and the margaritas are spectacular.