DE Posted in Delaware April 28, 2016 by Leah 10 Restaurants in Delaware to Get Mexican Food That Will Blow Your Mind From authentic tamales to duck enchiladas, the 49th largest state has plenty of tasty Mexican restaurants to tempt your appetite. 1. Santa Fe Mexican Grill, Newark and Wilmington Tyga J. / Yelp Great happy hour specials, and golden chimichangas to die for! 2. Mexican Table, Hockessin Mexican Table / Facebook This Hockessin restaurant serves fresh and fruity sangria and offers elevated choices like duck enchiladas. Yum! 3. Agave, Lewes Rena H. / Yelp This tiny place serves up some incredible Tex-Mex-style food. You may have to wait for a table, but it'll be worth it. 4. Mariachi Restaurant, Rehoboth Beach Alicia G. / Yelp Delicious Mexican at the beach. Try the seafood enchiladas! 5. El Diablo Burritos, Newark and Wilmington Morton F. / Yelp You’ll never leave hungry after eating a burrito the size of your head. 6. El Tapatio, Wilmington El Tapatio / Facebook El Tapatio is known for their tasty margaritas and unique specials. But leave room for dessert, like this fried ice cream! 7. Tequilas Mexican Restaurant and Bar, Middletown Rob W. / Yelp Diners rave about their tamales, but the most unique item on the menu might be the Sope de Mariscos. This seafood soup is only available Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, so plan ahead. 8. El Nopal, Dover Jeanne S. / Yelp The real deal authentic Mexican cuisine. Their menu may be a bit small, but everything is prepared perfectly. 9. Papa Grande’s, Rehoboth Beach Papa Grande's / Yelp The outdoor dining may draw you to this restaurant near the beach, but the food will keep you coming back! Shrimp tacos, anyone? 10. Rivera Taco Express II, Bear Suzy G. / Yelp MMM… Tacos…. Locals might know this as the taco stand that used to have a giant Homer Simpson sign outside. Located near the intersection of Routes 40 and 72 in Bear, this hidden gem doesn’t look like much but its menu packs a punch. Homer might be gone, but the tacos are still very much available – and delicious. Did we miss any of your favorite Mexican restaurants? Tell us about them in the comments!