Mariachi’s spends day in and day out serving up home-cooked Mexican fare to East Side Kauai. Their dedication to only using the freshest, most flavorful ingredients means every dish turns out fantastic. Plus, they make it even more worth your while by serving up each menu item in huge portions. At each visit, you can always count on getting a fully satisfying meal – plus the dining experience is nothing to scoff at either.
Upon walking through the doors, you’re always greeted with a big smile and warm Aloha. From there, you just have to choose where you want to kick back and relax while they whip up your order. You can either sidle up to the bar or grab a cozy table in their open-air dining room. With the French doors opening up onto the sidewalk, their restaurant has a breezy, casual feel that’ll keep you comfortable throughout your meal.
Since they’re often quite busy with locals and tourists alike, their service is quick and to the point. They don’t have a lot of time to stand around and chat, but you always know you’ll get the right order the first time around. If you need anything while chowing down, just let your server know as they zip by for quick check-ins. They’re always ready to bring out the hot sauce, refill your drinks, or grab you more napkins if need be.
Swing by to try their:
When you’re craving enchiladas well before dinnertime, you absolutely need to try their Enfrijoladas. This exquisite dish features two black bean enchiladas with plenty of cheese inside and on the top. Sour cream lands on top as well and two eggs go alongside. You can add carne asada or chicken breast for an extra charge.
Would you like to enjoy fresh ocean flavors paired with spicy goodness to remember? If so, then you need the Ceviche in your life. This delightful appetizer begins with local sea bass marinated in fresh lime juices and cocktail sauce. Then, it gets mixed up with tomato, onion, and cilantro before the sliced avocado caps it off. You can add shrimp to the party, but it’ll be an extra charge.
If you’re craving something a little different, Pulpo might fit the bill. Found on their specialty taco menu, this treat starts with octopus sauteed in garlic butter, red onion, and dried guajillo pepper. Then, they put it all in a soft corn taco shell and top it with sliced avocado and ribeye fat fried up crisp.
When you simply want it all, the Alambre will come through for you in a big way. This filling entrée comes with perfectly cooked bacon, chorizo, carne asada, ham, and poblano pepper that’s covered in melted cheese. You get 10 mini corn tortillas to fill with the mixture and gobble down at your leisure.
Once you pay your bill, plan to scoot on with the rest of your day. They often have people waiting for tables and aren’t shy about asking for your spot once you’re done. Want to linger around longer? Order more drinks to sip and perhaps try dessert. Their churros are always worth saving a little room in your belly, after all. They’ll pack them up to go, too, if you’d prefer to hit the road and enjoy them beachside.
-There’s a minimum of two tacos for each flavor you want to order.
-If you want a straw, you’ll have to ask. They generally do not give them out without a request.
-Looking to split your check? You have a three-split max, and a service fee applies.
-When you come through in a big group, expect to see an automatic 18% gratuity added to your bill.
-If you’re paying with a credit or debit card, there’s a $5 minimum.