How to Start a Mexican Restaurant

Approximately 35% of businesses today come from the foodservice segment. Take McDonald?s for example. Approximately 1 new McDonald?s franchise outlet opens every 8 hours globally. However, despite this fact, studies show that no single food service captures 100% of the market.

Experts also agree that if you manage to capture at least 10%, you?ll be on higher grounds. And so why not join the bandwagon!

Consumers today are busier more than ever. They are looking for nutritious meals that are prepared fast, tasty, and are enjoyable. And they don’t want to do dishes after. Why not try opening a Mexican restaurant business as part of a solution!

Spanish-based cuisine with corn-based dishes topped with chili, herbs, and beans can be an attractive menu for consumers. Why not add a cheese quesadilla and a taco bar to go along with it? Now that’s what I call a Mexican meal. So how do you start opening a Mexican restaurant business, here are a few simple guidelines?

  • Decide what you want to serve. What type of food works for you? Do you support your own menu? Don’t try to bombard your menu with several types of Mexican meals instead focus on 7 to10 meals where customers can associate your restaurant with. Develop a menu that makes you money. Create a delicious menu.
  • Talk to a real estate agent who is more than willing to help you solve your location concerns. You want a location that’s visible and easy to drive in. Factor in also the traffic on that area.
  • Find an expert who can help you get a business license and coach you on how to organize your legal papers as well. Cover your ass and get insurance. Get the ones that are necessary which can help you get out of a rut in the future.
  • Determine as well what type of beverages your business will serve. Are you serving alcohol? Is it beer or wine or maybe both? Maybe you prefer to stick with the regular sodas and different juices? If you do decide to serve alcohol, remember there are different licenses for that too!
  • A business license to operate a restaurant may not be enough to get you started. Often there are other health code requirements in opening a restaurant like sanitary permits and proper food handling procedures. Find an expert who can help you in this area too. You may want to search the web or even call the Department of Health for it.
  • You may want to hire both an architect and a contractor for your restaurant remodeling plans. Have a space design for your restaurant entrance, restrooms, kitchens as well as your table and parking areas. Consider also environmental factors like lighting, music, plumbing, electrical, air conditioning, and cleanliness.
  • Learn to advertise your restaurant well. You may want to hire someone to help you with this. There are several ways to do this from streamers to posters, to radio and new ads, to even by word of mouth.
  • You might want to learn how to cook Mexican food yourself. It will be good for your personal development and business.

Finally, as a business, emphasize quality service in your restaurants. According to experts, most businesses fail because of two things. First is poor service. Your menu might be great but poor service will stop a patron from coming back. So as a starting Mexican restaurant owner, remember this important element in operating your establishment. The second thing is cleanliness. It won’t hurt if you clean the walls, the stove as well as under the stove, under your sinks which are full of grease, and your clogged toilets in your restrooms. For goodness sake, it’s a place to eat! What an awful experience will it be to have your customers find spots on your utensils, complain about the feeling of stickiness on your floors, and ask for soap because your soap dispensers run out?


  • Jenna Trask said on May 11, 2009
    I would like to open a mexican food restaurant in the phoenix area, i'm from california and the food down here really is no comparison in the near future we would like to open a restaurant. we have really been talking about it what are all the step you go through to make this happen..
  • Ray Pacheco said on July 30, 2009
    Jenna, I feel your pain! I just moved from San Diego to Dallas and the Mexican food out here sucks. They don't know what Carne Asada is they call it fajitas... as you can imagine it extremely frustrating. I plan on opening my own taco shop some day and hit it hard. Ray
  • Mark said on August 24, 2009
    Wow... does all Mexican food suck outside California? I grew up on Orange County and now live in Santa Fe, New Mexico... the Mexican food here is terrible!
  • susana said on September 8, 2009
    it doesn't even matter where in the US you live. all "mexican" food sucks in U.S. You actually have to go to Mexico and then you will see what a real mexican meal taste like.
  • R said on September 8, 2009
    Sound like good advice. I don't know what i will do but am going to need help. I don't know how to really run the kitchen. I just wish i knew someone that does. Maybe relocating to Texas soon.
  • gazi said on September 9, 2009
    seems like is gonna be hard to make a big try to be your own owner in this case for a mexican restaurant. i live in usa, i've worked on many different restaurants for over three years and one of them was a mexican one i worked in the kitchen on most of them. now i'm trying to open one by myself.. i just wish luck to myself.. and try to make the best i can because i do like to cook a lot especially mexican food...
  • golnaz said on September 18, 2009
    i live in iran, i would love to open a mexican restaurant in tehran because there is almost none in tehran, but i am so lonely and i am scared to do that alone. i am a good cook myself and i love cooking but it is my first time that i want to go to restaurant business. the only thing is i love running a restaurant. is that enough for start? can you help me please?
  • bala said on September 23, 2009
    i plan to open mexican restaurant in cheennai, please give me feedback.
  • jacob said on October 28, 2009
    My dad and i considered opening up a restaurant in San Diego named Berto's (since the majority of restaurants are robertos, meribertos, albertos, etc. a bertos would simplify things) now i live in the middle of missouri and know if i could get a business started it would make a killing! (missouri has the worst mexican food i've ever had)
  • rob said on November 28, 2009
    My Grandparents had a Mexican restaurant and closed it in the early 90's and i plan to reopen it someday but obstacles keep getting in the way especially money. Does anyone know how i can get some help as far as how much it would cost to start off? We have good Mexican food here in Yuma, Az. but nothing compares to my Grandparents and I want to bring their food back.
  • Fernando said on January 22, 2010
    This is my fourth year in Canada and i am ready to start my restaurant business, my mom is a great cook so get ready for some good competition in BC. FB:
  • dave said on January 24, 2010
    I love the mexican food places here in new england I couldn't wait to fly to carlsbad california and get real mexican food. well I did and it sucked ...
  • Mexicanote said on February 17, 2010
    Dont cry kids!! mexican food all over the states sucks!. Than mix of ingredients is far away from real mexican food. No burritos, no asada, no fresh salads!!!... MOLE, ARROZ, FRIJOLES, SOPAS, POLLO Y BISTEK... those are real mexican food and you will take a long search to taste a real mexican flavor... wish to be able to open a mexican restaurant in the states... I use to have one in mexico city.
  • michelle fuertes said on February 24, 2010
    hello, I would like to know what steps can i take first in opening a restaurant, i want to start off small. it's going to be my first attempt. can you give me suggestions on how to look for a location? how much i need in pocket to start off my business? who first i need to contact? greatly appreciated. Michelle F
  • alberto said on March 8, 2010
  • Mexicana in Brazil said on March 24, 2010
    HOLA AMIGOS, We are a mexican and brasilian couple starting a mexican restaurant business in Salvador, Brazil. As a mexican I feel frustrated about the food they served here is not close not even a bit to mexican nor american-mexican food. The main problem we have is find the best way to adapt to the local taste but without loosing the real mexican flavors. I will appreciate if you can send me some material about entering a new markets as a restaurant owner. We basically have the place, the loan from the bank, just need to finish the menu (simple and tasty, not too complicated) and focus on decoration, that by the way is my favorite part. Thanks and good luck to everyone
  • chichi said on April 25, 2010
    i am zambian(Africa) by nationality and located in the capital city which is lusaka but i prefer to have it in the tourist capital which is Livingstone and am a big fan of mexican food
  • Minnecana said on May 4, 2010
    I want to start a mexican food business. i need cooks.! i need a manager, I'm looking for a good team! Bemidji minnesota
  • Alvaro Garcia said on May 17, 2010
    Everyone knows that a Taco is, but have you ever heard of a Torta. Truly a staple food in Mexico. Email me if you would like to own ur own franchise concept from Mexico in existence since 1955. I will give you more info. There aren't any in the U.S currently.
  • Byron Knight said on May 27, 2010
    Looking for experienced Mexican cooks to work small taco stand in London, UK. If anyone knows anyone then please send them my way. Thanks, Byron, Hackney, London UK
  • Rebecca said on July 2, 2010
    I live in Washington, come from California where taco trucks thrive. The food here is terrible, they don't know what spice is. I want to start a mexican business where the food is not filled with corn. yuck
  • Tino Sauceda said on July 6, 2010
    I live in california and would like to open a business but the money is the problem right now but my prayers will be answered someday and hopefully soon but i would like to combine my business mexican food/pizza something new but lets see but all with drive thru so its convenient to some people
  • Tania Alarcón said on July 7, 2010
    Hello:: I am mexican cheff, I studied MKT and design as well, i've worked for some restaurants and I am a natural maker of mexican specialties. Since a traditional salsa to chiles rellenos or enchiladas.. Micheladas too. I have experience with vegetarian menu also, using soy and tofu for those people who cant eat meat, the result is fantastic!! I'm working now on the recipe of the Tacos al Pastor(For Tacos of: meat or fish or Soy) I would like to work with you contributing not only with the kitchen, I'd love to help developing the concept, the menus, the graphic design for advertising and promos. Please dont hesitate to contact me for any comment about it. Regards; Tania Alarcón skype: paletachic mobile +5215532378720
  • Chris Marquez said on July 16, 2010
    Sup guys I live in Bakersfield, CA but lived in San Diego for 9 years. I recently started my small business only doing taco caterings. I love mexican food but i love San Diego mexican most. there is a huge difference between mexican food from Bakersfield and san diego. so I'm sure i can become a successful taco shop if i can bring their style up here. well if you have questions please feel free to contact me at or
  • Dee said on July 31, 2010
    for Tania Alarcon...Where did you learn how to cook Mexican Food?
  • RAUL said on August 22, 2010
  • Faraz Behseta said on October 4, 2010
    Golnaz I want to talk to you, i recently moved back to Iran after 28 years of which I spent some time living in Mexico and traveling the world working and I also want to set up a taco bar up town and would like to have a buisness partner as I don't want to spend my life working, please send me a mail at
  • J STRAB said on October 14, 2010
    I live out her in Georgia, and let me tell you the Mexican food here in the South SUCKS !! Moved from Colorado - Tex Mex and can't tell you how bad I miss the good stuff - cooked tonight, and let me tell you that no only did it look great, plate presentation, but the food was real good. I need to open a place soon, but not sure Southern Folks like the real stuff.
  • Keith said on December 26, 2010
    I plan to move to Mexico in the city of Vilahermosa. I'm a trucker but always wanted to work or own a restaurant. Anything from cooking to washing dishes, I just think I would like the environment. I want to incorporate Mexican and Cajun dishes as I am from Louisiana and my g/f is from Mexico. I don't even know where to start and most importantly how much capital to begin with. If anyone can help can be reached at Muchos Gracias
  • norma said on January 2, 2011
    hello, lived in seven different states here in the U.S and your right there is NO good mexican food here in the States u gotta look hard and close to find one that stands out, outta every hundred, i'm 23 got raised with a chef , mex-american that is, and i plan to open up a restaurant by the time i'm 29, still undecided weather to do it in chicago or colorado, but oh boy i can cook, i know it will be a little work but i love it, cooking is my passion and my husband and a lot of other ppl believe and back me up, i've got a hand for good mexican food...wish me luck! :)
  • Henry said on January 20, 2011
    Hello! I are looking to start a Mexican Cafe (like Baja fresh) in SINGAPORE! This will be a hit.. I lived in the US for a long period of time and really enjoyed the good mexican food. Please give me some advice on how to start this, especially if you are interested in working with me on this project. I am relatively good cook myself and will be great to get some advice of running the cafe and getting a cook :) Hope to hear from anyone!!
  • luis enrique villa chavez said on February 7, 2011
    Hi Henry I am mexican chef for over 15 years currently I am living in shenzhen ,china I am operation manager from two mexican restaurants I will be happy to work with you mail= skype luis.villa.chavez
  • Agnes said on February 13, 2011
    Planning to open a Taqueria in Romania/Europe and I would appreciate your help and advice. I'm recent MBA and a passionate cook, Mexican dishes are my favorites and that's the reason I want to bring it back to my home country. Looking forward to hear back from You. Thanks
  • luis trejo said on April 2, 2011
    Hi every body...I am a Mexican guy who would like to associate with someone how pretend to set a Mexican restaurant. I can make the very best taco ever made with fresh ingredients and traditional recipes. I have been perfecting the mexican taco for 2 years from now. I use the best meat you can get (Sonora state meat) the best chesse and hand make tortillas made with nixtamal. It would be a success if we set this restaurant in someplace where people can not get the real mexican flavor. Please feel free to contact me for more information at
  • Jose said on April 28, 2011
    I am currently looking for investors in Brazil for a Mexican fine dinning concept. Anyone interested or know of someone that would like to be part of a incredible business.
  • Enrique Hernandez said on June 1, 2011
    Hey everyone best of luck to all your ventures. I am a restaurant equipment dealer here in southern California. We also have a location in central America and we have everything from large kitchen equipment to small utensils and kitchens tools please allow me to be of service. 909 783 1888
  • Mel Higgins said on August 25, 2011
    I am not Mexican, however I love Mexican food and worked in several Mexican restaurants in the past as a waiter and bartender in the San Francisco Bay Area. I would like to open a small taco place, just small where I can sell burritos and tacos for the lunch rush! i WOULD LIKE TO KNOW, HOW MUCH MONEY I NEED FOR SOMETHING SMALL AND SIMPLE. nothing fancy and just quick burritos and tacos for lunch. how much money would I need.
  • pedro rafael said on September 4, 2011
  • kim genest said on November 2, 2011
    I would like information on opening a robertos/albertos style fast food restaurant the type with all San Diego Mexican food. There are so few mexican joints here. I have no experience but a huge desire.. Please someone help.
  • Albert Garzon said on November 12, 2011
    I would have to say the best advice I could give since im about to open my 4th location in the San Diego area is your cooks... Probably the 2nd best advice would be your location next to a high school with alot of families that are near by as well..Starting off small is ALWAYS best that way you get to learn the business and just in case it doesnt work out you could always sell it or get a bigger one... And also just as important is friendly help...Look us up on facebook at Alberts Mexican Food... Hope this helps someone... Good Luck, Albert
  • jabbar said on November 15, 2011
    hi am looking to open a mexican restaurant in uk and looking to employe a chef. could someone help me find a mexican chef. my email address is thank you
  • Joe said on November 17, 2011
    Just re tired, and I want to open a "Berto's Also. I have talked with a number of the owners of similar operations here in San Diego. It seems like a little work could pay off big. I really desire Texas...Great state to live AND NOT ONE GOOD MEXICAN FAST FOOD JOINT. Amy one know of a good location? I want to buy the building so no payments. Thanks...Joe
  • daniel said on November 27, 2011
    This right afternoon, I'll be discussing with some Mexicans on how to open a Mexican restaurant in Guangdong China. I love mexican food, but I have no idea on how to run a restaurant.Please could you give me some opinions.Thanks!
  • ilham rbil said on December 17, 2011
    i love mexican food , i lived in USA for 10 years , now i m back to my country i m ready to open my restaurant there is no mexican restaurant in morocco , i need help on menu how to get the appropriate training ,, i need to serve authentic mexican food , i need help and advice
  • Summer said on January 12, 2012
    Hello, I am an American that is now living in beautiful Northern Queensland Australia and am looking to open a shop similar to Chipotle /Baja Fresh I have investors and have already conceptualized everything, we are in the final stages and looking for a location as we speak. I am looking to open several in the next year, I am looking for a cook and someone who has worked in the fast take away or restaurant industry and knows mexican food like I am wanting to cook, I could afford to move you to Australia on a trial basis for three months if all works well I will get you a work visa and the pay is attractive. Please contact me at Thank you, Summer
  • Maria said on January 16, 2012
    Hi my name is maria and i'm from singapore, we are 2 weeks away to open a mexican resto but unfortunately our chef got illed and needed to go back to mexico city, now we really need help. Please let me know if youre interested then maybe we can discuss, we offer good salary and the business is located in a very cozy place. My skype is maria.santos3111, My number is 65 81832844, Gracias, Maria
  • Rakesh said on January 31, 2012
    i am looking for Mexican chef for Mexican restaurant if someone interested please call usa 203-358-7009
  • armin puerto said on April 3, 2012
    i'm a Mexican citizen, have 15 years experience in mexican cousin i worked before in ireland, dubai you need help in your business send me a e-mail
  • Hanif said on June 11, 2012
    I'm British, got a licensed site in manchester, UK, city centre, looking for a mexican chef to open a fast food/dining retail outlet.
  • luis trejo said on June 12, 2012
    Any way...I am a mexican food expert with an outstanding idea to sell it on a fast food restaurant competition, color full, flavor full, shape full with unique flavor...if you are interested just send me an email to Luis Trejo
  • Kristy D. said on June 16, 2012
    Does anyone know of a place/school that teaches you how to make Carne Asada (Taqueria style)? Or maybe share some recipes (spices and marinade) to try out? I want to open a Taco and Burrito shop in the Netherlands. Most Mexican food there is not really Mexican at all, I would love to bring at taste of home there... I grew up across Mexicali, so I know what good carne asada taste like. I can grill my own and it's good but not as good as the taquerias (they must have secrets =P). I can serve what I know in the Netherlands and it would be good, but I don't want it to just be good... I want it to be great! Your replies are much appreciated =)
  • luis trejo said on June 17, 2012
    @Hanif and Kristy...I can help you a lot...please send me an email. Luis Trejo
  • Jorge Guzman beginner adviser said on June 20, 2012
    Hello, to all of you interested in opening a restaurant, I offer many tools to help you succeed, from food cost, labor cost, menu planing, menu costing, training, etc. I have over 30 years of experience in managing restaurants openings, planning and daily operations. If you are interested, please e mail me at: || Mexican Restaurant Consultant

  • Pete said on July 15, 2012
    Greetings! We are opening a restaurant in the Tampa Florida area that focuses on Baja California cuisine. We are interested in speaking with EXPERIENCED chefs to assist with concept development, training, etc. Please reply to with email and Skype contact information. We speak English and Spanish.
  • Katrine said on August 6, 2012
    Am looking to purchase a commercial tortilla steamer for burritos and soft tacos. I am located in south east asia so need the electricity to fit this part of the world. Please email me on if you know a company selling this type of kitchen equipment in the South East Asia region.
  • matt jasmin said on August 8, 2012
    i live in new zealand ,born in cali. but living here for last ten yrs. i live in a decent size city... but with no mexican restaurants and every city i have visited in nz. that does have a mex restaurant does really well.... so thats it, i am selling a house to finance this dream ,big problem ,i have very little experience in this field ,i am a builder . anyone !! help in anyway would be GREATLY appreciated!!!
  • Gabriela Fernandez beginner adviser said on August 17, 2012
    Hello Everyone, My name is Gabriela Fernandez, I’m a Mexican Chef living in Shanghai for around 5 years, with more than 10 years of experience on USA, Mexico, Latin America and China; I present myself as independent,able to work on tight deadline to complete tasks, hardworking, stable and mature candidate. I am 100% focus, dedicated and passionate about the F&B industry.

    I open the first 4 Mexican restaurants in Shanghai and Now I’m looking for new challenges, and to learn from other cultures and cuisines. I have a very good experience on the set up of Mexican restaurants on different countries and different concepts, from fast food to fine dinning, please let me know if this can be suitable for your new company. I'm Able to relocate anytime, anywhere.. Email:, Gabriela Fernandez || Mexican Restaurant Expert

  • harry said on August 22, 2012
    hi, we are looking for a experienced chef(mexican) from mexico to work with us in hyderabad, india. we would handle work permit, travel and stay while you work for us, feel free to email me so i can provide more details, my email is regards, harry.
  • Ernesto Alatorre said on September 9, 2012
    Hi, we are looking for mini mall, restaurant or business owners who want to purchase mexican ingredients for their restaurants, contact us on e-mail Also we need business partners to sell mexican products or to begin serious business in the U.S.A. We will be happy to help you!. Ernesto Alatorre/Grupo Alfa Foxtrot/ Business Manager USA and CANADA
  • Marcial Armas said on September 21, 2012
    I want to open a SMALL taco shop in San Diego CA. I plan to work while managing the store because i want everything to go towards my(our) business. Looking for someone who needs help managing or co-owning. Wiling to put all my time towards this business venture. Email me if you have an idea.
  • Edgar escobedo said on October 2, 2012
    Hello, Here the facts, every time i went to usa, i can cross every state every town every "mexican restaurant" and the results are nothing more away from reality no one mexican restaurant in usa taste like mexican food, let me tell you a secret, the mexican taste its a 5 zone groups, north, east, south, west and center, every zone have a particular taste and a particular dishes every zone have thousand of meals,dishes and ingredients but every zone share 5 to 10 the secret its combine all those 50 ingredients, to create the real mexican food a professional mexican its very simple if you know the right person, the right ingredients,and the rigth team they have to the compromise to make the mexican food with feeling, not just for earn money, his mission have to be share the real mexican taste, if any are looking for help i can do it, im a professional wine cellar master i work with too many mexicans restaurants with lot knowledge mexican dishes, i'm living on mexico right now with possibility to travel any place and i can supply any mexican ingredients artesanal and top brands, comments Email me
  • luis trejo said on October 23, 2012
    For those who would like to be part of restaurant el Tlacuani in Aguascalientes Mexico as investor please send me an email to give you all details. We have 3 months only and we have a huge success with this venture. We created a new, stunning dish called "Tlacuani" and people just love it. We start with meat version and now we have: Mediterranean, mole rojo, silvestr (wild), cochinita pibil and fish and shrimp version. You can be a working or silent partner. If interested please do not hesitate contact me so can send pictures, besides we can take this unique mexican outstanding business any where in the world. Lot of profits for the right person $$$$$$$. Luis Trejo
  • Adrian said on November 27, 2012
    Hello, I am looking to open up a taco stand across from a community college. the location I am looking to buy has gone through several businesses in the past several years. I am a little nervous with that history, but I feel that a taco stand/restaurant would be a hit. I am Mexican and I agree that there are very few good Mexican restaurants in southern california. I don't know how to cook but my wife does and I'm a fast learner. We need some help with good salsa recipes and especially an authentic al pastor recipe (rotisseria, not pan fried). Any comments or ideas welcome. Please.
  • Jerry said on December 12, 2012
    Louisiana-United States. Hello. I currently own a restaurant. I am looking for someone who would like to be partner in a Mexican restaurant. Looking for someone or a group of people who can cook Mexican food. Not too many dishes, but just really good dishes and tortillas and salsa. Please contact me. email:
  • Jonathon Michael said on January 31, 2013
    Hello I have just designed a new breakfast and lunch menu for Mexican cuisine. I have geared my menu for any location. A hood or major renovation are not required. I am experienced in American, Italian, Latin, & Japanese Cuisine. This new menu has very fast ticket time and unique catchy item names. I will be working on another dinner menu in the next few weeks. Any questions or offers are welcome Enjoy, Jonathon Michael
  • Jahangir said on March 3, 2013
    Dhaka, Bangladesh. Hi, I am looking for a Mexican and Italian chef who can come and work for at least six months or more if convenient. New restaurant, starting may 2013. Please email :
  • Tania said on March 19, 2013
    Hello @Dee, I am from Tamaulipas. Ive learned in my country of origin Mexico also I traveled to Japan, Canada, Turkey and Europe and I can tell you mexican food taste different when is cooked for not mexican natives the key are the ingredients and the way are handled. Greetings,
  • imi said on March 26, 2013
    hi i am looking to open a mexican takeaway in the uk, can anybody help to how to go about this thanks,
  • Katrina Haas said on April 12, 2013
    I have 10 years California style Taqueria Management experience In the US I have started and managed sites from the floor up I also have 10 years convenience store management experience I am interested in working and building a successful mexican style chain in the UK and or Europe I am fluent in English and Spanish Looking for Investor Looking forward to hearing from you Katrina
  • aeges said on May 6, 2013
    Hi, I am looking a Chef (mexican) to be a consultant for a new restaurant in India. please contact me
  • Dipak said on June 12, 2013
    I would like to open Mexico restaurant in USA and uk. I am looking for good chef/manager. Call me on cell USA 912-321-9412. We need all information setup from start.
  • Fez said on December 2, 2013
    hello, need a Mexican Chef. Please mail me your CV and contact no.
  • fernanda said on December 12, 2013
    Hi, I am a Freshman i want to make a carne asada in school but i don't know how to start, i want to know of what i need so i can propose it to my school's principal. I need ways to get money and permits so i can allow to do it. Any help is welcome. thank you.
  • tony said on January 3, 2014
    Hi, I'm currently working as a server but I used to cook mexican food in my hometown in mexico, typical dishes such as; puerco en salsa verde, pollo ala mexicana y en estofado, chille relleno, picadas, enchiladas etc. I'm currently living in nj if somebody needs a cook let me know, I'm willing to move.
  • Dan said on January 15, 2014
    i'm looking to open a mexican restaurant in Hong Kong, and I'm in need of an experience chef and/or partner. if you are interested, fire me a msg at, cheers
  • Fernando said on February 5, 2014
    Hello! If you are looking for an experienced Chef from Mexico, feel free to email me so I can provide my details and resume, I had worked in USA, Bahrain, Jordan and Thailand as Chef in Mexican restaurants. My email is: Regards, Fernando.
  • David said on March 1, 2014
    I'm an American opening a Mexican restaurant in a busy mall food court in 2 weeks. Any help with recipes or tips are greatly appreciated.
  • Gilberto said on March 6, 2014
    If your dream is to open your own business, well this could be a great opportunity. I would like to open Mexican Taqueria in Massachusetts, USA. I'm looking for investor(s) a person responsible and not afraid to take risks. If you are that person and you are really interested. Send an email, we can do some real business
  • Rosalia Raudales said on March 11, 2014
    Rosalia Raudales mi correo electronico is
  • mayur meisuria said on March 24, 2014
    hello i am at research stage of opening mexican restaurant in Dar es salaam, Tanzania. any advice is welcome looking for authentic mexican chefs as well. email me
  • Chris said on April 25, 2014
    Hi I am opening a large sports bar/restaurant 30 miles outside London England (Oct 2014). We are looking for a Mexican Chef to run the kitchen. Good salary for the right person. email me if you are interested.
  • Damian said on May 2, 2014
    I am opening a traditional Mexican Taqueria in Lisbon, Portugal and am looking for experienced taqueros or cooks with knowledge of fresh mexican cuisine to join our team. Good lifestlye, partnership opportunity for great chef. Email me at
  • Dragos said on July 16, 2014
    Hello, i run the best mexican restaurant in Bucharest /Romania and I am looking for a good mexican chef. Please if someone interested send me an email at or call me at 0040768345555
  • Jessica said on September 10, 2014
    Hello i am planing to open a mexican taco restaurant in california city but need advice on getting started, permits and on how to have a successful business
  • luis trejo said on September 11, 2014
    Hi @Jessica. Please post your email so we can contact you or send an email to Luis
  • Jessica said on September 15, 2014
    Hello i am looking to open a Mexican restaurant in california city but my options are open to Any other business ideas that can possibly bring more profit. I need a business partner that already has experience and is successful in business contact me
  • Andrew G. said on October 14, 2014
    Hi, I have a restaurant that my grandma owns who is getting pretty old and I plan on taking over soon. I would like to franchise it out and open one up in San Diego; preferably downtown. I have an investor and would like to know the prices for which it would cost to open and run a restaurant in the Gaslamp district, and any helpful tips for an area like that. Thanks, Andrew G.
  • Cassandra L said on February 3, 2015
    Hello, I'm only 13 and I would like to open an authentic Mexican restaurant in London, England. I'm starting now because the sooner the better right! Save up money to help get started. Well, I only need tips that will help me in the future. Don't hesitate to contact me at if you have any tips for me. Thanks!!!
  • Sean S said on February 17, 2015
    Hi, I want to open a Mexican restaurant in Asia. There are very little Mexican food here and the few that are here all suck. I want to make authentic-style menu, that way it will be popular and make a lot of money. I want to start small, then open up several more Mexican restaurants in different heavily-populated areas to earn more revenues. I would like to buy a Ferrari and Lamborghini.
  • Dimitri Anto said on May 12, 2015
    I am looking to open up taco shop in Orange County, California . Need a food consultant or partner who can help me identify Mexican recipes and concept. We will be better than Chipotle but in same style. Feel free to call me at 714 504 8981. The plan is to open many stores across California as we first dial in our concept with best tasting Mexican fast casual taco joint.
  • Gabriela Fernandez beginner adviser said on May 16, 2015
    Hi, can you send an email address? I'm a Mexican Chef, and had experience in Mexico, USA and ASIA, I can help as a Chef Consultant if you need, Best regards, Gabriela || Mexican Restaurant Expert

  • luis trejo said on May 16, 2015
    Hi @Dimitri, We tried to reach you by phone but no luck. Please call my partner he is from Boston I am from Mexico City and I am sure that we have that you want. His phone number is (617) 281 5711 or send an email at or Best of luck. Chef Luis Trejo
  • Chris Candelo said on May 4, 2016
    Hello everyone, I'm opening a restaurant in Chengdu, China within 3 months and am looking for a head chef. My contact email is If you're feeling adventurous and want to explore an amazing Asian city. Then hit me up and lets get started.
  • Myrna said on September 9, 2016
    Hello everyone I'm interested in opening a business in Mexico, probably somewhere in Morealos boardline Guerro. I'm planning in the area of hospitality and tourism. I have expertise in food service, such as catering, banquets and as Chef, I'm looking for investors as well as partners who are looking to open a business in Mexico where there is opportunity. I can be reached at: see below. Here is my email address


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