Sombreros Mexican Restaurant

Mexican cuisine in Queenstown at Sombreros Mexican Cantina

Sombreros Mexican Cantina Queenstown: menus

Download the Sombreros food and beverage menus.

click to download the Sombreros main menu

click to download the Sombreros lunch menu

click to download the Sombreros beverage menus

click to download the Sombreros dessert menu

Taste the difference

  • Taco: The standard taco consists of a U shaped hard corn tortilla shell which can be filled with meat, cheese & other toppings. There's also the soft taco, made with a soft flour tortilla
  • Quesadilla: A flour tortilla folded in half over a filling of meat, vegetables & cheese. A large quesadilla is 2 tortillas put together with filling in the middle, then toasted & cut into triangular shapes
  • Burrito: A large flour tortilla folded around its contents (usually meat, vegetables, salsa & cheese) & grilled
  • Enchilada: Smaller than a burrito, an enchilada is a rolled tortilla with the filling inside (usually meat or beans) & the salsa & cheese grilled on top
  • Fajita: A “make your own” item - take a small flour tortilla and fill it yourself!


Avocados – did you know?

  • Avocados are a fruit, not a vegetable
  • They have 60% more potassium than bananas
  • Avocados are nutrition powerhouses packed with vitamins, nutrients & 'good' fats that are essential in healthy diets
  • They are sodium and cholesterol-free
  • The avocado apparently originated in Central America, where it was cultivated as many as 7,000 years ago

Chillies – did you know?

  • Chilli peppers are a hotly pungent variety of capsicum, high in vitamins A, C, E & B1-3
  • The spelling of chilli can be with one or two "l"s
  • The smaller the chilli, the hotter it is - removing the ribs & seeds will reduce its heat
  • Capsaicin (the substance that makes a chilli hot) can increase blood circulation & metabolism

Frijoles (“free-ho-lays”) – did you know?

  • Frijoles is the Spanish word for beans
  • Beans are a great source of protein, cholesterol-lowering fibre and iron
  • Beans help to stabilise blood sugar – great for those with diabetes or hypoglycaemia
  • Sombreros’ beans are pre-soaked which makes them quicker to cook & easier to digest (it reduces sugars which cause flatulence!)