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About Us

For years, one of our founders longed to introduce McKinney diners to the Mexican food he loved from the kitchen of his grandmother, Petra.  So, in 2007, we created Petra Fresh Mexican Bistro to honor the delicious recopies from this beautiful woman.

At Petra Fresh Mexican Bistro, we take more time to make everything from scratch, by hand, with the freshest ingredients from recipes that are authentically Mexican, not so much Texan.

When you come to visit, you can choose to enjoy a relaxing occasion with friends and family or a quick meal on the run. Dine in or take out, you will discover authentic Mexican food you won’t find anywhere else.

  Hours & Location 

Petra Mexican Bistro

1751 Eldorado Pkwy
Suite 300
McKinney, Texas  75069
Hours:
Monday – Saturday:
11am to 9pm
Closed Sunday

We Love Happy Customers

Petra’s Happy Customers

Petra
Reviewed from Google

4.4 out of 5 stars

Alexandra McLennan
Alexandra McLennan

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

A hidden gem for really fresh, casual, very tasty Mexican dishes that are both modern and authentic. It's almost a combination between Tex-Mex and Cali-Mex...with a bit of traditional, authentic Mexican cooking. Surprisingly health and quality conscious for the 'burbs. Perfect for lunch as there are many options under $10 - cheaper and more exciting that Chipotle! As a rice/beans snob, I was blown away by how good they are here - and super impressed that everything is made in house, from the salsa to the flour tortillas.

Deana Reed
Deana Reed

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Great food. Everything is fresh. Not your typical line-mall restaurant. I have brought several friends here for their first visit and none have been disappointed.

Wade Wright
Wade Wright

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 days ago

Awesome food and service. A little more classy than your typical Tex-Mex

Julie Winter
Julie Winter

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Locally owned spot with fresh ingredients and great recipes. It’s in an odd little spot however they’ve been here successfully for a while.

Shrimp Veracruz had good flavor and quite a bit of spicy zip. Tortillas tasted handmade. They make a fresh slaw that lightens up the heaviness a lot of Mexican meals can have. Choice of rices and beans are all delish. Overall everything has a bit of heat to it so if you’re too gringo, watch out.

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Mis Raices
Mis Raices

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The guajillo chicken was very authentic. Reminded me of a dish Mom used to make in Mexico. We called it azado but the Chile sauce was similar and spicy. Very good authentic Mexican food.

Blog & Specials

Anaheim chile pepper

February 27th, 2018|Tags: , |

What's your favorite #ChilePepper? The #Anaheim is known in Mexico as chile verde del norte, since it is common in the northern part of that country and virtually unknown in the central and southern regions. It [...]