Mike’s Tex-Mex Restaurant

Tex Mex3Mike’s Tex-Mex is a Tex-Mex joint just north of the Seiyu, serving burritos, chimichangas, tacos, enchiladas, margarita specials, and more. Many entrees come with rice and refried beans. Appetizers include chips and salsa, nachos, taquitos, or a cheese quesadilla with guacamole. Lunch and dinner menus are both in Japanese and English. The Margarita of the day is written on chalk board near the bar. My favorite was the peach margarita, delicious! ! The
restaurant also serves a variety of Mexican beer. Most entrees range from ¥900 to ¥1500. Children are welcome as well. In fact, there’s a shelf in the seating area full of toys to help keep the little ones occupied.

Tex Mex1There is parking at the hospital across the street. My friend and I recently parked there for approximately an hour and paid ¥100. The restaurant is open every day 11:30-14:30  and 17:30 to 22:00, unless otherwise posted. The last order is at 21:45. They ask that you call in advance during a Japanese holiday to make sure they are open. Telephone: 042-513-5210. If you search for Mike’s website through Google, click on “translate this page” and the page will appear in English. They also have a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/yokotaTEXMEX. GPS 35.746357, 139.326014. Michelle Nexon, August 2013.

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4 Responses to Mike’s Tex-Mex Restaurant

  1. Just a note…Mike’s will now reimburse your parking (if you show the cashier your lot ticket). I believe they reimburse a flat 200 yen. Parking at the hospital as mentioned is definitely the most convenient, especially in the evening.

  2. Mike’s is no longer open all day. They have lunch and dinner hours. They open for dinner at 5:30 pm but I have no other details available regarding their hours.

  3. I am from Mexico—-and a tough critic of Mexican Restaurants; this place pleasantly surprised me. The food was good, margaritas were tasty, and they actually had Mariachi/Mexican music playing in the background.
    I had a chicken chimichanga that was served with rice and beans; all was pretty good and filling. I also recommend the chips with fresh guacamole. (we walked there from Yokota base; nice walk)

  4. Food was excellent – seemed closer to Mexican than Tex-Mex and super delicious! Very kid-friendly; one of the few local restaurants that has milk to drink for little ones (it’s the small things!).

    Just a note on parking – they will only reimburse for the hospital lot. We parked at the Seiyu and walked, and they could not validate/reimburse. Not a problem, but wanted to share.

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