I don’t know about you, but I love me some Mexican food. Huevos rancheros… Chile rellenos…. Tamales…. I love them all. If you have a hankering for some tasty Mexican food, be sure to visit one of these 11 mind-blowing Kansas restaurants (listed in no particular order):
1. Margarita's Cantina (Wichita)
Delicious food, drinks, AND live music every Friday and Saturday? Meet you at Margarita's!
2. El Ranchito Cafe (Ulysses)
It was more than 43 years ago when the Romero family chased a lifelong dream of opening their own restaurant. Fast forward to today and El Ranchito still serves some of the best Mexican food in the state.
3. Jalisco Mexican Restaurant (Hays)
You really can't go wrong with anything here, but their fish tacos are by far the best I've ever tasted.
4. El Charro (Dodge City)
Do you think this Ricardo Burrito LOOKS good? Just wait until you TRY it...
5. Chapala Mexican Restaurant (Olathe)
Need a vacation from suburbia? Just visit Chapala's, where incredible food and ambiance await.
6. La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant (Manhattan)
It isn't hard to see why La Fiesta is a favorite among K-State students; with their reasonable prices and friendly staff, it's always the life of the party.
7. El Atoron Mexican Restaurant & Bar (Salina)
You had me at $7.50 lunch buffet...
8. Las Canteras Mexican Restaurant (Norton)
Who would have thought that the small town of Norton would have such a fabulously festive and yummy Mexican restaurant? It's a MUST visit.
9. Cafe Del Rio (Pittsburg)
Let's just say they aren't considered to be the "Best Tex-Mex North of the Border" for nothing.
10. El Maguey (Winfield)
It's fun to go out for a meal, but sometimes you just want to stay in... and for that reason, El Maguey delivers. (Well, they don't literally deliver... but they deliver in the sense that you can carry out and eat your meal in the comfort of your own home.)
11. Casa Ramos (Emporia)
Since 2004, Casa Ramos has been serving fresh and flavorful Mexican dishes, including these tantalizing Carnitas Urapan Chicken Taquitos. Yum!
Where do you like to go to get your Mexican food fix? Let us know in the comments!