Pancho’s Mexican Buffet Pricing Made Simple

Updated: December 20, 2023

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By: Angela Harper

The first Pancho’s Mexican Buffet opened in El paso, Texas, back in 1958. That was a time when it cost a lot for some families to take out their entire families for a restaurant meal. That was a luxury reserved for only special occasions. 

Below are the latest Pancho’s Mexican Buffet prices.

Item Price

Platos Grandes

Pancho Grande Platter $6.29
Panchito Platter $5.49
Relleno Platter $5.99
Enchilada Platter $5.49
3 Taco Platter $5.99
Taco Platter $5.49
Flauta Platter $5.49
Tamale Platter $5.99
Special $2.99

Fiesta Favorites

Burrito El Grande $3.29
Beef Burrito $2.99
Bean Burrito $2.19
Nachos Supreme $5.29
Cheese Nachos $3.99
Chalupa Supreme $2.75
Pancho Taco $0.99
Pancho Taco (Dozen) $9.99
Soft Taco $1.49
Chalupa $1.49
Enchilada $0.99
Tamale $0.99
Flauta $0.99
Taquito $0.99
Chile Relleno $1.50
Sopaipilla $0.69
Refried Beans $2.59
Spanish Rice $2.59
Chile Stew $3.19
Guacamole $4.59
Nacho Cheese Sauce $2.59
Tortilla Chips $1.69
Salsas $2.59
Pico de Gallo $2.59


Served sizzling with guacamole, pico de gallo, sour cream, Spanish rice, refried beans and fresh flour tortillas.
Fajitas $11.99

Family Packs

Fiesta Party Pack $26.99
Taste $29.99
Sport Pack $49.99
Grande Pack $84.99


Soft Drink $2.25
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About Pancho’s Mexican Buffet

Pancho’s Mexican Buffet believe that enjoying great Mexican fare should not be so infrequent. It should be available at any time, as such visits would be a special occasion in itself. That was the point when the first Pancho’s Mexican Buffet opened, as diners could then eat as much as they want, from a wide range of tasty Mexican dishes. 

The prices are still reasonable, and many Pancho’s Mexican Buffet locations can be found not just in Texas, but also in New Mexico, Arizona, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. 

Most locations open at 11AM, and go on up to 9PM. Usually, the Lunch All You Can Eat is available from Monday to Friday at a very reasonable price. The Dinner All You Can Eat is usually cost a few dollars more, and available from Monday to Thursday. 

What about weekends? There’s a Dinner All You Can Eat on Fridays (again, for a couple of dollars more), along with the Saturday and Sunday Lunch and Dinner All You Can Eat

With the Buffet, you pay for a single adult or for two. Offerings vary depending on the location, but it’s common to have at least 30 items to choose from. These include Beef Chicken Fajitas or Combination Fajitas, served with guacamole, pico de gallo, sour cream, Spanish rice, refried beans and fresh flour tortillas.

You also get soup, salads, desserts, hot sopaipillas, and drinks from the bar. This is one affordable buffet that lets you and your entire family enjoy Mexican food, while keeping costs a lot more reasonable.

To learn more about Pancho’s Mexican Buffet or to find a location near you, visit their website at