Mexican restaurants in NH vary greatly. There are authentic style
restaurants where the Mexican cuisine is very much like the foods
found in Mexico, there are also Mexican Restaurants that offer what
may be considered more popular types of Mexican foods that have been
Americanized. Mexican restaurants like Margaritas Mexican Restaurant is a great place with great
atmosphere and probably the most popular, but differs from what I
consider to be "Authentic" Mexican food. I, myself am a huge fan of authentic Mexican
cuisine. I lived in Texas for 13 years. My ex-husband is Hispanic so
I learned a lot about real Mexican food. And the fact that I lived 5
miles from the Mexico border helped me learn even more about
authentic Mexican cuisine. I have been back here in New Hampshire
where I was born and raised since 1999. I have been to many
Mexican restaurants here in NH. I am listing the best Authentic
Mexican restaurants of NH.
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Hermanos Cocina Mexicana
is one of my favorite places to go for
Margaritas. Yes I am a Margarita girl. But truly
they make the best margaritas in town. I donít
know what it is about their margaritas but they
are perfect. While you are there, you have to
try their Burrito De Casa. In English that means
"The House Burrito." It is made with vegetarian
chili, avocado, onion, cheese and Mexican rice
all rolled up in a warm flour tortilla. It is
out of this world. The burrito is served with
lettuce, tomato and sour cream.
Conway Village, NH
Cafť Noche has been serving the Conway region for 16
years. They serve authentic Mexican food. All
main dishes are served with chips and salsa,
Spanish rice and refried beans. I highly
recommend the Beef fajitas. They are delicious.
They come with onion and peppers and for the
side dishes you get tortillas, cheeses,
tomatoes, lettuce and sour cream. The Montezuma
Pie is also scrumptious. It is the Mexican
equivalent of lasagna. It is made with layers of
tortillas, cheeses, chicken, onions, tomatoes,
olives, salsa and sour cream.
Agave Mexican Bistro Dos
one of my ultimate favorite Mexican restaurants.
I love to go there for lunch. I have not been
there for dinner yet. For lunch though I would
recommend the Tamale de Puerco. The Tamale de
Puerco is made with corn tamale that is filled
with shredded pork and a tomato based chipotle
sauce. I also like the Chimichanga. A
Chimichanga is a flour tortilla that is deep
friend. It is filled with your choice of beef,
chicken or vegetable and served with Roja sauce
and melted cheese.
Amigos Mexican Cantina
Mexican food! I have several dishes for you to
try. As an appetizer, you have to try the
Mexican shrimp. I know what you are thinking.
Seafood and Mexican just donít even belong in
the same sentence together. I thought the same
thing. Until I tried their Mexican shrimp. They
are large shrimp cooked with butter and a spicy
sauce and served with ranch dressing. For your
meal, try either the Texas Quesadillas or the
Amigos Chop Suey. The quesadillas have roasted
chicken, tomatoes, onions, corn, BBQ sauce and
melted cheeses and served with sour cream. The
Amigos Chop Suey is pasta with ground beef,
onions, peppers, ranchero sauce and melted
cheeses and served with garlic bread.
Pocoís Bow Street Cantina
have quite an impressive menu. My all time
favorite dish is Pocata which is chicken or
steak fajita stir fried with onions and green
peppers and then wrapped in a flour tortilla and
topped with cheese and served with guacamole.
You also have to try their El Diablo drink. It
is a Long Island iced tea Margarita. I know it
sounds like a strange combination but it is
Tacos Colima Mexican Restaurant
#1 favorite places to get Mexican food. They
make their own tortillas by hand. I like their
combination plates because you get to have two
different items. My favorite is the #6
which is one crispy tostada and one crispy taco.
It is served with rice and beans. I also like
their kabobs which are skewers of marinated
chicken, peppers, onions, squash and mushrooms
served with lettuce, rive, sour cream and
Boloco: Inspired Burritos
South Main St.
~ and ~
Fort Eddy Rd.
you like burritos, you will love Bolocoís.
It is really neat how they have things set up.
You choose your flavor first. I highly
recommend the Cajun flavor which is flour
tortillas with roasted corn salsa, black beans,
Cajun spices, lime rice and sour cream. Then you add how you want it set up. You
can have it rolled in a tortilla or you can have
it in a bowl. Then you can add things to
spice it up like extra meat or sour cream.
25 Maple St.
Great place to eat! I recommend the baked
Burritos. I had never even heard of baked
burritos until I ate here. You get two
burritos stuffed with rice and cheese.
Then it is served with green or red chili and
red or black beans. And be sure to save
room for dessert. The Sopapillas are the
Mexican version of fried dough except they are
drizzled with honey as well as cinnamon and
Gusanoz Mexican Restaurant
410 Miracle Mile
~ and ~
I went to eat at the one in Lebanon.
Excellent place to eat. The Carne Asada is
my favorite dish here. Carne Asada is
thinly sliced flank steak that is also grilled.
Carne Asada is served with peppers, onions,
rice, beans and tortillas
If you have a favorite Mexican restaurant that I
have not listed here, feel free to let me know.
If I havenít listed it here it is because I
either didnít like it or never tried it.
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