If there's one bread that goes unnoticed but plays a major role in the food industry and Mexican cuisine, it has to be the tortilla. A Tortilla is a flat bread made of corn or wheat, used in burritos, tacos, nachos, taquitos, enchiladas and quesadillas. This flat bread allows you to get creative and inventive.
The tortilla is originally from Mexico and has grown to be a part of the food culture in Johannesburg. Tortillas are commonly found at market stalls, mobile stalls and restaurants.
Established by a husband and wife team, Azteca - Mexican Food Products inspires South Africans with their Mexican products.
Their specialty is corn and wheat based products, perfect for tasty tacos or served with salsa and a generous scoop of avocado.
Products include tortillas, taco shells, wraps and many others.
Address: Unit H, 709 Richards Drive, Midrand, Johannesburg, Gauteng.
MAMATACO is one of the most amazing Mexican restaurants in the city. They are all about bringing flavour, taste and colour to the table.
They boast a generous menu that includes some favourites like tacos, nachos and quesadillas, so you can go wild and try out something new every time.
MAMATACO sources quality ingredients to make fresh meals for you to enjoy.
Address: Shop 98, Killarney Mall, 60 Riviera Road, Killarney, Johannesburg, Gauteng | Bedford Centre, Smit & Van Der Linde Road, Bedfordview, Johannesburg, Gauteng.
Baha Taco is the epitome of Mexican street food. They take authentic Mexican cuisine to a whole new level, incorporating some of the most unique ingredients.
You can find the Baha Taco restaurant in Norwood or at some of the coolest festivals and outdoor events. Follow them on their Facebook page to find out where they will be next.
Address: 39 Grant Ave, Norwood, Johannesburg, Gauteng.