Updated: November 07, 2018
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The Best Mexican Joints in Shinjuku, Tokyo

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Craving Mexican food? Head to these tasty Mexican restos in Shinjuku, Tokyo to get your fix. (Tequila bar included.)

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Mexican Dining AVOCADO

As the store name AVOCADO suggests, this restaurant uses a lot of avocado in their Mexican style dishes. It is located 2 minutes away from Shinjuku 3 Chome station, but they also have a store near Shimokitazawa station as well. During the winter time, they have avocado cheese fondue as well! Also, at the Shimokitazawa store, they have an all-you-can-eat avocado lunch plan so check that out too!

Premium Tequila Bar Aguacate

Premium Tequila Bar Aguacate is, you guessed it, a tequila bar! It's a branch of Mexican Dining Avocado featured above.
Although they are mainly a bar, you can grab some tapas to accompany your drink and even a course! I suggest getting some tacos to go with you tequila drink!
If you want to try many kinds of tequila (at your own risk!), get the all-you-can-drink plan which comes with a course menu (¥4,838).

Rainbow Burritos Doumo

Rainbow Burritos is a tiny bar in Shinjuku, but what they lack in space, they make up in warmth and hospitality. Due to its popularity, this resto/bar is often packed, you might have more luck during the week though. The formula of their success: tasty food and cheap prices. In the summer, they have a very tasty watermelon shake (+ alcohol).

Casa Tequila Tokyo

Casa Tequila Tokyo is a hidden gem tucked away in Kabukicho, it's unlikely you would simply stumble upon it, but you should definitely try to look for it now that you know about it. It's a small and cozy resto with friendly and accommodating staff. Although they don't have a Michelada on the menu, the staff offered to make it for me anyway. The tacos were really good, so were the nachos!

Sol Amigo

Sol Amigo is a small restaurant which offers cheap Mexican cuisine. There is an all-you-can-drink plan with a course meal for only 4,000 yen! You can also order a la carte things like nachos or a burrito and it's mostly under or around 1,000 yen.

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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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