Find out what Spanish restaurants to try in San Ysidro. San Ysidro (Spanish pronunciation: [san iˈsiðɾo]) is a district of the City of San Diego, immediately north of the U.S.-Mexico border. It neighbors Otay Mesa West to the north, Otay Mesa to the east, and Nestor and the Tijuana River Valley to the west; together these communities form South San Diego, a pene-exclave of the City of San Diego, thus making it possible to travel (by water) between central San Diego and South San Diego without ever leaving the city limits. Major thoroughfares include Beyer Boulevard and San Ysidro Boulevard.
Things to do in San Ysidro
4 based on 13 reviews
Found this restaurant through Yelp and its a good cheap Mexican food place. If you're heading to Las Americas Outlet, its on the other side of the I5 and definitely worth the stop. The cashier picked out 6 items for us to try and it was amazing. She even gave us some soup and tea and a rice drink to sample.
3 based on 11 reviews
Totally gross. I had a chili relleno burrito and my husband had a carne asada burrito. Disgusting. They only have sodas in the can and they were both warm. With all the Mexican restaurants around, dont bother with this one.
4 based on 27 reviews
On the recommendation of a local Border Patrol agent, my colleagues and I headed to El Cilantro for dinner. The generous portions mentioned by other reviewers did not disappoint. The man in our group with the big appetite had his fill with a single burrito and the horchata was tall and delicious. The ceviche was quite tasty and would have been sufficient for my petite appetite without the fish taco, which was a little disappointing. Not much fish and a ton of slaw. Will have to go back to try the Mexican cocktail (shrimp in a savory tomato sauce).
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