With several outposts around Sydney, Dos Senoritas have garnered a loyal following around their authentic, Guadalajara street food-style Mexican dishes. This cool Gladesville venue on Victoria Road is testament to that, and you can sure of seriously tasty tacos, burritos, quesadillas, tamales, taquitos and so much more here. Dos Senoritas mix a mean cocktail, too, and their desserts are certainly not to be sneezed at. If you want to avoid a long wait (or missing out entirely) bookings are recommended at all times, because the secret is thoroughly out on Dos Senoritas.
Sick of looking for authentic Mexican food in Sydney and instead stumbling into Tex-Mex bastardisations or hipster tryhards? Well you can sleep easy knowing that Dos Senoritas in Gladesville is now on your radar. Dos Senoritas do things as they are done on the streets of Guadalajara – short of channeling their inner Diego Rivera or Jose Clemente Orozco to paint a mural – and it’s easy to taste the difference from other Mexican restaurants in Sydney. Dos Senoritas’ Mexican chef uses authentic spices brought in from Mexico to give real flavour to fresh ingredients sourced a little closer to Victoria Road.
Dos Senoritas on Victoria Road dish up Gladesville’s best versions of two Mexican staples – tacos and burritos. For the former you can choose which style (wheat, corn or crispy shell tortilla) and filling (including marinated steak, charbroiled chicken or fish with Baja sauce) you want, while for the latter the supercheeseygooeychimichanga is arguably the pick of a tasty bunch of options. There is a lot more than Sydney’s Mexican standards available, though, and you shouldn’t pass on the house specialties – the chicken cooked in mole oaxaca (dark chocolate sauce) is outstanding – and of course you’ll need to leave room for some perfect churros or Mexican flan for dessert!
New location is much nicer and I was pleased to see the restaurant busy. The food here is just great, authentic and very reasonably priced.
Always amazing, the best Mexican in Sydney. I recommend the Taco Salad OR the Super Cheesy Chimichanga, but be warned you might want to share meals as the portions are epic!
American here, and I will say this is the most authentic Mexican I've had in Australia. Even the restaurant reminded me of a normal Mexican restaurant in America! Great when feeling homesick! Staff is friendly and even spoke spanish with me, this place is the real deal for mexican!
Great food and service. First time there and was very pleased with the overall restaurant staff and food. The restaurant was very casual and loved the entertainment. Definitely coming back!!
Excellent Mexican with an authentic taste and feel. Staff there are very welcoming and friendly, yet they do no intrude on your personal space. Servings r huge. My fiancé and I always get 3 tacos and the tex mex burro. Always stuffed after that. The rice drink is also delicious. An icy cold drink with ginger that warms you up. Even though they've moved to a new place, it's a lot bigger but it's the same food and owner.
I am a die hard traditional Mexican food lover. Having lived in LA have eaten lots of it. Dos Senoritas was recommended to me by a Mexican Uber driver so I was so excited as there is no 'real' Mexican food in Sydney. I was disappointed when I saw they use sour cream in their meals......never a good sign ...... The salsa and guacamole were good, but the Tacos and flan were not authentic. I will try a burrito next time to give it a second chance but if that does not deliver, I wont return. The atmosphere was lovely and service was average.
What an amazing atmosphere. Huge servings, great food and always makes for a fun night out. Being a Gladesville local, I've been coming to Dos Senoritas since it opened. I couldn't recommend it more as it never lack in quality and has only got better since relocating to the new site in Cowell St.
I enjoyed the food very much and the portion was decent. I made a few requests due to my intolerance and they were all catered for and exactly the ways I asked. The only downside was that no alcohol that night as the restaurant was having some issues with it's liquor licence at the moment. I'd like to come back and try another dishes.
The food was delicious and authentic. We had the tacos (crispy taco shell), quesadilla and the burro and everything was delicious. The portion sizes are reasonable. The flan wasn't your typical flan is a must try. The live mariachi music made the experience even better. Oh, and the hot sauce is HOT.
New bigger and more spacious. Food was delicious and service very attentive . But the highlight was the Maestro - Victor Valdes , very talented, vivacious, friendly . And the HARP !!! Absolutely sensational . I'm still raving to anyone I meet, Keep up the good Work !! Gerard Quin