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Mad Mex Menu Prices (AU)

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Edited by: Admir Salcinovic, PriceListo Editor
Updated on: December 2, 2020
You are viewing average Mad Mex (AU) prices from 35 locations in our database.
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Prices shown in: AUD
Average Item Price: $17.25
Beta Price change data displayed below is the difference between the previous and the last record in our database. The two records could be derived from different sources, and as such, should only be used as estimates.
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Recommended

Burrito
Soft flour tortilla rolled with brown rice, black beans, pico de gallo (fresh tomato salsa), cheese, shredded lettuce and sour cream with your choice of filling and salsa.
$14.09 - -
Quesadilla
Toasted flour tortilla filled with melted cheese, your choice of filling, sauteed capsicum and onion, served with sour cream and your choice of salsa on the side.
$14.09 - -

Popular Items

Grande melt
Toasted flour tortilla rolled with black beans, extra cheese, sauteed onion and capsicum and sour cream with your choice of filling and salsa.
$14.59 - -
Naked Burrito 'Bowl' Combo
Gluten-free. Naked burrito 'bowl' and choice of two sides: a churro + sauce, corn chips + salsa or drink (can or water).
$21.00 - -

Combos x 1

Burrito Combo
Burrito & choice of 2 sides: a Churro + Sauce, Corn Chips + Salsa or Drink (can or water).
$21.04 - -
Nachos Combo
Gluten-free. Nachos and choice of two sides: a churro + sauce, corn chips + salsa or drink (can or water).
$21.50 - -
Quesadilla Combo
Quesadilla & choice of 2 sides: a Churro + Sauce, Corn Chips + Salsa or Drink (can or water).
$21.04 - -
Ensalada Combo
Gluten-free. Ensalada and choice of two sides: a churro + sauce, corn chips + salsa or drink (can or water).
$21.00 - -
Grande Melt Combo
Grande melt & choice of 2 sides: a Churro + Sauce, Corn Chips + Salsa or Drink (can or water).
$21.54 - -
Small Burrito Combo
Small burrito & choice of 2 sides: a Churro + Sauce, Corn Chips + Salsa or Drink (can or water).
$17.54 - -
Small Naked Burrito 'Bowl' Combo
Small naked Burrito 'Bowl' & choice of 2 sides: a Churro + Sauce, Corn Chips + Salsa or Drink (can or water).
$17.68 - -

Combos para 2, 4 or 10

Burrito x 2
2x regular Burritos, 1x corn chips and salsa to share, 2x churros with sauce to share and 2x drinks.
$39.47 - -
Fiesta
10x Mini Mild Burritos, 5x Corn Chips and grande Salsa to share, 10x Churros with Churros Sauce to share.
$141.29 - -

Small Meals & Kids

Small Burrito
Small soft flour tortilla rolled with brown rice, black beans, pico de gallo (fresh tomato salsa), cheese, shredded lettuce and sour cream with your choice of filling and salsa.
$10.64 - -
Small Naked Burrito 'Bowl'
Small burrito served in a bowl with brown rice, black beans, pico de gallo (fresh tomato salsa), cheese, shredded lettuce and sour cream with your choice of filling and salsa.
$10.59 - -
Cheese Quesadilla
Toasted flour tortilla filled with melted cheese. Add your choice of filling and salsa.
$6.59 - -

Drinks

Organic Kombucha - Lemon, Lime & Mint
Sparkling live cultured drink 330 ml
$5.50 - - 3.0
Organic Kombucha - Ginger Lemon $5.50 - -
Organic Kombucha - Raspberry Lemonade $5.50 - -
Mexican Jarritos - Cola
Mexican soft drink 370 ml
$6.00 - -
Mexican Jarritos - Guava $6.00 - -
Mexican Jarritos - Lime $6.00 - -
Pepsi Can
Soft drink 330 ml
$3.50 - -
Pepsi Max Can $3.50 - -
Solo Can $3.50 - -
Sunkist Can $3.50 - -
Spring Water
Australian spring water 600ml
$3.50 - -
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About Mad Mex (AU)

With cases of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and other related ailments on the rise, the push for people to have healthier diets is getting louder. However, it’s a tough call as junk and pre-processed food are way easier to access. Most countries struggle with the growing preference for fast food but one country can be a good example for positive change.

In the Land Down Under, fast food chains are still present and popular but many of them are healthy by design. More and more diners also have a growing preference for them because they offer healthier and better quality meals in general.

While McDonald’s and KFC are still the leading chains in Australia, Grill’d is proving to be a force to reckon with. Its quick growth has been noted in the recent years, thanks to its more aggressive approach in expansion and the changing diet preferences of the public.

Billed as purveyors of ‘healthy burgers’, Grill’d has captured a good portion of the market with its high-quality gourmet burgers. They serve grass-fed beef and lamb, RSPCA Approved chicken, premium veggie patties, and Beyond Meat patties and their sides are made of real ingredients. They also have hefty servings of salad bowls. While Grill’d menu prices are higher, they are easily justified by the quality of their meals.

Mad Mex Fresh Mexican Grill is another popular healthy fast food option in Oz. Their primary goal is to make healthy food more quickly and easily available and they’ve effectively managed to do that for more than a decade already. Like with Grill’d, Mad Mex prices are slightly higher than regular fast food chains but their real ingredients and tasty home-cooked style meals more than make up for it.

The success of healthy fast food joints in Australia can also be attributed to the available options and economic status of local diners. It’s crucial to point out that not a lot of international brands found their way to the country due to its location on the map. The dining landscape is filled with more homegrown players than big transnational brands. This and the local preferences may have helped diners prioritize healthier options.

The higher than average minimum wage can also have an effect on the locals’ dining culture. As Australia has the 2nd highest minimum wage in the world, they’re capable of making healthier choices because the populace can afford it. Following these trends may help other countries make a shift to healthier dining habits as well.