So there’s this book called Blood and Tacos . The main character is a tall glass of trouble called Chingón, and, as gentlemen’s adventure...413 Swan St, Richmond
We’re big fans of Fonda Mexican in Richmond. The fuscia-bright taqueria was one of the first of the new wave Mexican joints to spring up, and...144 Chapel St, Windsor
La Condesa didn't so much open as gradually unfurl. First there was the taqueria – a single window slinging simple-but-excellent tacos and...234 Johnston St, Fitzroy
As the Mexican wave swept Melbourne, Diana Hull couldn’t shake the feeling that something was amiss. Back in Mexico, the best tortillas are made...72 Stubbs St, Kensington
Larger-than-life British chef Paul Wilson has long had a love affair with Latin America. In St Kilda, he flew the Cali-Mex flag with tacos and...175 Lygon Street, Brunswick East
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Find kitsch curios and essential ingredients at Melbourne’s stores for premium Mexicana.
The tacos are flying, the streets are awash with tequila and Melbourne is cresting on a Mexican wave. Let Time Out guide you through the red salsa...
Does Melb-Mex get the nod from Mexico's head honcho? Time Out chats to Mexican ambassador, Her Excellency Beatriz Lopez Gargallo.
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