Updated: November 06, 2018
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Where To Have The Best Mexican Food Around Ebisu!

Ebisu is a wonderful neighborhood to spend the day, you can find any kind of delicious food you can dream of. From large and lively restos to small and intimate restos, you can find all of it here! How about some awesome Mexican food in Ebisu? Let's try the following restos!

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El Rincon de Sam

El Rincon de Sam is a nice Mexican restaurant located a few minutes away from Ebisu station. They have Mariachi bands coming in to play live music which really adds to the liveliness of the bar! You need to try the tacos, they're awesome!

Mexican ZONA ROSA Ebisu

Zona Rosa is in a building basement, about a 4-minute walk from Ebisu station. This restaurant is nice for lunch or for dinner and has a lively atmosphere. They have good Mexican food, a good selection of Mexican beer, and of course...tequila! The course starts at 2,000 yen! It includes chips, salad, quesilladas, tacos, chicken, and dessert!

La Esquina

La Esquina is about 5 minutes from Ebisu station. You will spot it because of its colorful and inviting murals outside of the store. The interior is just as warm and beautiful, and you will want to come with friends to have a good time.

Tex Mex Dining Bar Otra

Tex Mex Dining Bar Otra is a really nice little resto with a terrace and a view on Ebisu's Garden Place. You can get a course starting at 2,800 yen, it includes salsa and chips, fish carpaccio, a smoked salmon salad, chicken fajitas, tacos, and dessert! You can also get things a la carte. It's a great place to sit outside in the summer while enjoying a nice cold beer.

Finally...

If you enjoyed Ebisu, why not come back to try some awesome cafes!

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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