El Naranjo offers traditional Mexican cuisine complemented by a full bar. Owners Iliana and Ernesto modeled El Naranjo after their former internationally acclaimed restaurant in Oaxaca. The menu features traditional Mexican dishes prepared using the freshest ingredients, as well as savory salsas, moles, and bread and tortillas made in house. At El Naranjo you can enjoy Mexican food with simple, pure, yet bold flavors.
A Sample of the Dinner Menu at El Naranjo Austin
EL Naranjo is constantly changing their menu to provide diners with traditional Mexican food, prepared using the freshest ingredients and balanced flavors.
Conchinita Pibil $19
Achiote and grapefruit, marinated pork, served with pickled red onions
Mole de la semana $20
A different mole featured every week
Mole Amarillo de Oaxaca $20
Yellow mole made from regional chiles and herbs
Pescado a la Veracruzana $16
Fillet of fish cooked Veracruz style (tomatoes, capers, olives, and raisins)
Pipian Verde al Estilo de Puebla $21
Pipian made from pumpkin seeds and green herbs in the puebla style, served with shrimp
Filet de Res y Hongos con Chile Pasilla $23
Beef tenderloin with mushrooms and chile pasilla with red wine reduction
Chile Ancho Relleno de Pescado en Escabeche $17
Fish poached in a olive oil and vinegar sauce in a chile ancho
Chile Poblano Relleno de Picadillo de Verduras $17
Poblano chile stuffed with vegetables topped with puff pastry
Chile Poblano Relleno de Picadillo Oaxaque
Slow braised pork cooked with tomatoes, tomatillos, olives, capers, and raisins in chile poblano, battered cooked a la minute, served with tomato-almond sauce
Pescado en Hoja Santa con Salsa de Chile Guajillo $20
Salmon wrapped in a plant leaf that imparts a peppery anise flavor, served with guajillo-tomato sauce
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