nachos Grande

meXican flaG


Guacamole and chips with salsa and Queso fundido

teQuila sunrise

chicken char-Grilled

mexican martini

Bananas foster chimichanGas


shredded spicy chicken taco

chili con carne

snapper veracruz

red sanGria


Our Concept


Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead


El Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is the Mexican traditional celebration of the Circle of Life and their eagerness to embrace death in joyous festivities to remember, honor and party with their loved ones’ spirits. In keeping with this joyous celebratory theme, we serve you with the best authentic food and spirits Mexico has to offer – only here at… ‘The Mexican’.

La Calavera Catrina (‘Dapper Skeleton’, ‘Elegant Skull’) is a 1910–1913 zinc etching. The image depicts a female skeleton dressed only in a hat befitting the upper-class outfit of a European of her time. She is offered as a satirical portrait of those Mexican natives who were aspiring to adopt European aristocratic traditions. She serves as a reminder that death is a fate that even the rich can’t avoid. Today’s La Catrina has come to ‘The Mexican’ with the spiritual marigold floral crown in the image of the Aztec Goddess Mictlantecuhtli (the First Lady of the Dead) to celebrate the Circle of Life here in Bangkok…



Become a tequila expert

In the state of Jalisco, Mexico, lies a small colonial town called Tequila. It is here where the distilleries produce most of the tequila that is consumed around the world. The tequila comes from the indigenous plant called maguey or agave azul (blue agave) which is fermented and distilled from the hearts of the maguey, which requires about 8 years to reach maturity. The bottles used for the tequila are unique in that they are hand-made by local artisans. Tequilas flavors depend on the aging process, which are:

  • Aanejo or Aged Tequila: Requires at least one year in wooden casks.
  • Reposado or Rested Tequila: Requires at least 2 months in wooden casks.
  • Blanco or White Tequila: Which is double distilled without aging.

the Mexican Cantina and Comedor

Address: Sukhumvit Soi 2, Rajah Complex, Bangkok, Thailand 10110 Telephone: +66 (0)9 4330 0390 To book a table, or to send us a private message, simply fill out the form below. Alternatively, if you would prefer to email us using your email account, for bookings or further information, please email us. . . click here Parking is available. Please call to make a parking reservation on +66 (0)9 4330 0390 (2 V.I.P. parking spaces are available)

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