Guzman y Gomez are Austrlia’s leading Mexican inspired food outlet. The Guzman and Gomez franchise started with their first outlet in Newtown NSW.
A key feature of the GYG menu is that they only use 100% free range grilled chicken.
Listed below is the latest Guzman y Gomez menu, with updated prices for October 2021:
|Burrito – regular||$11.90|
|Burrito – mini||$8.20|
|Burrito Bowl – regular||$11.90|
|Burrito Bowl – mini||$8.20|
|Cali Burrito – regular||$13.20|
|Cali Burrito – mini||$9.50|
|Nachos – regular||$13.50|
|Nachos – mini||$9.50|
|Nacho Fries – regular||$13.50|
|Nacho Fries – mini||$9.50|
|Salad – regular||$12.50|
|Salad – mini||$9.00|
|Taco (Hard Corn or Soft Flour Tortilla) x1||$5.00|
|Taco (Hard Corn or Soft Flour Tortilla) x2||$9.50|
|Taco (Hard Corn or Soft Flour Tortilla) x3||$11.50|
|Enchilada – regular||$15.00|
|Enchilada – mini||$10.50|
Step 2: Choose Your Filling
|Free Range Grilled Chicken||(included)|
|Pulled Pork||+ $0.50|
|Ground Beef (Mince)||(included)|
|Slow Cooked Beef||+ $0.50|
|Pan Seared Barramundi||(included)|
|Sauteed Vegetables with Guacamole||(included)|
|Make It A Meal (add Fries & Drink) – medium||$5.00|
|Make It A Meal (add Fries & Drink) – large||$7.00|
Fries and Corn Chips prices
|Fries – medium||$3.00|
|Fries – large||$5.00|
|Queso (Cheese) Fries – large||$6.00|
|Corn Chips with Guac or Queso (Cheese) – medium||$6.00|
|Corn Chips with Guac or Queso (Cheese) – large||$8.50|
Drinks, Dessert, & Coffee
|Soft Drinks 390ml||$3.30|
|Soft Drinks 600ml||$4.30|
|Juice / Iced Tea||$4.80|
|Mexican Beers||from $5.00|
|Apple Cider||from $7.10|
|Churros with Dulce de Leche||$3.00|
|Coffee – medium||$2.00|
|Coffee – large||$3.00|
Kids Menu prices
|Little G Burrito||$6.00|
|Little G Tacos x2||$6.00|
|Little G’s Meal||$8.90|
In-Restaurant Photos of the GG Menu
GYG’s Salsa Station menu
- Roasted Jalapeno (Mild Salsa)
- Freshly Cut Coriander (Medium Salsa)
- Habanero (Hot Salsa)
- Smoky Chipotle
- Mexican Style Pickles
- Freshly Diced Spanish Onion
Does Guzman y Gomez have a Breakfast Menu?
The team at GYG launched their breakfast menu range as of January 2021.
Although their breakfast menu is quite limited at the moment, it provides a great brekkie hit for people that love GYG, and we’re sure that the menu will grow as it gains traction in the Australian market.
Below are the items currently avaialable on the Guzman y Gomez Breakfast Menu:
GYG Breakfast Menu prices
A deliciuos burrito thats quick and easy to each on the go. Choose from a base of: bacon, chorizo or sautéed vegetables. On top of that you get a hash brown, creamy scrambled eggs, goey melted cheese, and some of their famous pico-de-gallo salsa. Delicious!
|Guac on Toast
A simple classic that everyone loves. Starts with smashed avocado, and then loaded on the top with pico-de-gallo salsa and a touch of lemon juice, all on a toasted sourdough bread. Top marks!
|Scrambled Egg Brekkie Bowls
A variation of the Brekkie Burrito above … Free-range scrambled eggs, Jack cheese, pico-de-gallo, corn chips and a filling of your choice – bacon, chorizo or sautéed vegetables!
|Smashed Avo on Toast
An Aussie classic. Crushed and smashed avocados smeared all over a toasted sourdough bread!
A sweet and tasty start to your morning. Starts with classic French toast coated in amazing cinnamon sugar and topped off with some yummy GYG’s Dulce de Leche!
Classic churros. Cinnamon sugar churros with Dulce-De-Leche sauce! Hot Tip: add a coffee to complete the taste combination perfectly.
Surpirsingly good. Choose from: flat white, cappucino, long black, and espresso.
It is currently only available at the following select locations:
- Acacia Ridge
- Albany Creek
- Arana Hills
- Augustine Heights
- Australia Square
- Bowen Hills
- Browns Plains
- Coffs Harbour
- Collins Place
- Griffith Uni
- Hoxton Park
- MLC Centre
- Monash University
- North Ipswich
- North Point
- Parramatta CBD
- South Yarra (Punt Rd), The Foodary
- Seven Hills
- South Bank
- St Ives, The Foodary
- Swanston St
- Tullamarine, The Foodary
- University of Queensland Refectory
- Upper Coomera
- Victoria Point
- Warners Bay
- Werrington, The Foodary
- Westfield Carousel
- World Square
Is Guzman y Gomez halal?
Yes, Guzman Y Gomez is certified as being halal. It should be noted that the supplier of the chicken used in GyG stores is Lilydale which is halal certified.
When we asksed GYG Management about this, we received the following response:
“We can confirm that the chicken used in all GYG restaurants is Halal certified. We advise that a copy of th Halal Certificate can be emailed to you upon request. Thank you.”
However, some users have noted that GYG cannot truly guarantee that there is contamination because of the fact that they use same utensils and cooking base for pork item. Taking these points into consideration, some users would not consider it halal in this regard. Please use the information provided above, contact your local store, and ultimately you will need to decide for yourself on whether these measures suit your needs.
About the Guzman Y Gomez mexican kitchen
The first Guzman y Gomez location opened in Sydney in 2006, founded by previous New York-based hedge fund manager Steven Marks. While Mexican food is a staple of the New York food scene, Steven felt that the cuisine was woefully under-represented in Australia at that time, and he saw an opportunity to introduce the vibrant flavors of American-style Mexican fast food to the Australian public by launching his restaurant chain. Although the chain initially made losses, its food later found many fans in Australia, and today there are over 135 Guzman y Gomez locations across the country, with other restaurants opening in locations as far-flung as Japan, Singapore and the United States. Guzman y Gomez’s menu promises “the best street style Mexican you’ve ever tasted this side of the equator”, and features beautiful, balanced food made with love and care. But don’t just take our word for it: try out their amazing food for yourself next time!
Guzman y Gomez’s phenomenal success comes from using the freshest, highest-quality ingredients available, and nowhere is that more apparent than their insistence on using significantly more expensive free-range chicken instead of conventionally farmed chicken. Their Free Range Grilled Chicken is available as a filling in anything from a bowl, burrito, salad, taco or enchilada, or even just as a topping on a base of nachos or fries, and only FREPA accredited free-range chickens are used to create the items on Guzman y Gomez’s menu. The other filling options, like the Pulled Pork, Ground Beef, Slow Cooked Beef, Pan Seared Barramudi and Sauteed Vegetables, are of similar great taste and quality, especially when accompanied by their home-made black beans and salsa. Even the corn chips here are special, made from a tirelessly refined recipe and cut with a water knife to ensure perfect crispiness. End your meal with some churros and chocolate, that classic Mexican combination of chocolate and cinnamon. This is the best of fast food, Mexican style.