3 Best Halal Mexican Food Sydney: A Guide (2024)

Are you looking for halal Mexican food in Sydney? If so, this is the guide for you. This blog post will introduce you to Halal Mexican Food Sydney and all of its delicious offerings.

A variety of Mexican foods. Credit: canva

Not only do they serve delightful dishes that are sure to satisfy any appetite, but their staff members are always there to make sure your experience is enjoyable from start to finish!

3 Best Halal Mexican Food Sydney


AtMex is Australia’s first 100% halal Mexican restaurant! They have vegetarian and other non-meat options too!

  • Address: 22 Soldiers Parade, Edmondson Park NSW 2174, Australia
  • Price range: $$-$$$
  • Opening hours: every day 11 am – 9 pm
  • Menu: Nachos, Pollo Fritter Burger, Hongos Burger, Somprosa Burger, Enchilada
  • Website: https://www.facebook.com/atmexau/


Very good value and taste ! I was very pleased with the flavour of the burrito bowl, fries and tacos. There was just the right amount of hot sauce in the burrito bowl, and the serving size if very generous. It would be great if they offered alcoholic beverages, such as beer or frozen margaritas, and some dessert options. The tacos can be better if they had different toppings, because they were all the same. (Google Review)

Ordered polo fritto burger ???? and tacos ???? (chicken & beef) . Both the dishes were mouthwatering and definitely we r going back to taste those. Highly recommended for Mexican food lovers.

Halal certified ✅️ (Google Review)

Chololo (2 Outlets)

If you are looking for an authentic Mexican meal in your local area then there’s no need to look any further than Chololo!

  • Address:
    • Fairfield: 34 Council Ln, Fairfield NSW 2165, Australia
    • Hurlstone Park: 19/682-704 New Canterbury Road, Hurlstone Park 2193
  • Price range: $-$$
  • Opening hours: Tuesday, Thursday – Sunday: 5.30 pm – 9.30 pm
  • Menu: Birria Tacos, Birria Quesadilla, Burritos, Elotes
  • Website: instagram.com/chololo.sydney


As I write this review, Chololo has a rating of 3.9 which is harsh. The beef tacos are amazing and you have to get the broth so that you can dip them in it. Not much of an ambience but decent amount of seating and you can park in the mall. Staff are friendly. Great value for money. (Chololo Fairfield – Google Review)

Not a huge amount of seating and the service is fairly hands off, but genuinely the best tacos I’ve found this side of the pacific. Strongly recommend getting the birria / ramen, so you can have both a snack and something to savor. (Chololo Hurlstone Park – Google Review)

Salsas (7 Outlets)

Salsas Fresh Mex is a casual counter-serve chain known for made-to-order tacos and burritos stuffed with slow-cooked meat.

  • Address:
    • Salsa’s Bondi: Shop FC05, Westfield Bondi Junction, 500 Oxford St, Bondi
    • Salsa’s Eastgardens: Shop 274, Westfield Eastgardens, 152 Bunnerong Rd, Eastgardens
    • Salsa’s Chatswood: Shop B032, Chatswood Chase Shopping Centre, 345 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
    • Salsa’s Burwood: Shop 9, Westfield Burwood, 100 Burwood Road, Burwood
    • Salsa’s Liverpool: Shop 252b, Westfield Liverpool, Macquarie Street, Liverpool
    • Salsa’s Miranda: Shop 1056, Westfield Miranda, 600 Kingsway, Miranda
    • Salsas Fresh Mex Grill: Shop 5062- Level 5 Food Court, Parramatta
  • Price range: $
  • Opening hours: 9.30 am – 6 pm
  • Menu: Tacos, Burritos
  • Website: http://www.salsas.com.au/


I’ve always been happy with everything I’ve had here. Might help that I’ve only ordered the vegan options. Lol! The service has always been really good too. Mucho veggie bowl photo for tax. ???? (Google Review)

Pay through the nose for lots of rice and lettuce

I only went here because my ancient memories suggested that it was the closest existing match to the new Taco Bell. It turned out to be a lot better in the most important way – much richer flavour with much less sugar (although probably just as much salt). Still much blander than Guzman or Mad Mex but Salsa’s costs as much as them despite giving you much less meat and padding out the burrito with huge amounts of rice and lettuce. I’ve also realised that all 3 of these burrito chains price at $x.90 or $x.95, which is only ever a brazen attempt to deceive customers. (Tripadvisor Review)

What is Halal Mexican Food and Why Should I Try It?

Burrito. Credit: canva

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Halal Mexican Food, it’s exactly what the name implies. It’s traditional Mexican food that is prepared following strict guidelines so as to adhere to Islamic laws regarding foods and beverages.

As we all know, there are not too many Mexican restaurants in Sydney.

The right ingredients can be hard to get, and the Mexican ex-pat population is slim compared to say, the Thai and Italian populations.

So, finding Mexican restaurants that are halal is not so easy.

That’s why I’ve compiled this list of the six best

What Are the Most Popular Mexican Food in the World?

There are many different types of Mexican food, but some of the most popular include tacos, burritos, quesadillas, chile Rellenos, and enchiladas.

Each dish has its own unique flavors and ingredients that make it stand out from the rest.


Tacos are a traditional Mexican dish made with corn tortillas and filled with meat, cheese, or vegetables.


Burritos are another popular Mexican dish that is typically made with a flour tortilla filled with rice, beans, meat, salsa, and cheese.


Quesadillas are cheese-filled tortilla that is grilled on both sides until the cheese is melted.

Chile Rellenos

Chile Rellenos are poblano peppers that are stuffed with cheese and served with a tomato-based sauce.


Enchiladas are corn tortillas filled with meat or vegetables and covered in a red enchilada sauce.

These are just a few of the most popular Mexican dishes that you can enjoy when you visit a Mexican restaurant.

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