- 116 reviews
Not the best Mexican food I've ever eaten, but it's fun to finally have some Mexican options in London. It's a buzzing restaurant serving freshly prepared Mexican food. The staff is friendly and they're well-equipped for families and young kids - you should see their 'collection' of brightly-coloured highchairs! (The queue might look long, but it moves quickly!)Popular withFoodiesBudgetFamilies
In a terrific location, this is the second time I've visited Lupita and have been very pleased with the food and service. This time I chose to steer away from my staple favourite (chicken), and my friend and I shared 3 tacos - Carnitas (BBQ slow cooked pork), Pastor (marinated pork fillets and bacon) and Chorizo Toluca con Papas (chorizo ...
Wahaca serves eccentric Mexican cuisine. Most of the dishes are fresh make and delicious, and the tamarind margarita is the best in town! Reservation is not a practice and the queue for a table is often long during meal time. The ambiance is welcoming and service excellent.Popular withTrendsters
Growing up in the southwest of the U.S., I really missed Mexican food while living in London. Until I discovered Chilango! It's not quite the same as the stuff back home. But it's high quality. My favorites were their tacos and nachos, with black or pinto beans piled high. One complaint - I do remember the salsa was a little ...
Designed like a sex shop from the outside, this is a great restaurant (South American food). Very cool atmosphere underground. Definitely go to the one that takes reservations. (There's also a cafe across but that is not as good) Splash-the-cash type of place so share the plates!Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLuxury
Fantastic new addition to the Barrio family on Shoreditch High Street. This place is a kickass restaurant, cocktail lounge and cantina (club) all rolled into one. The interior decor is simply stunning, and every corner of Barrio East offers something else to interesting to look at, from the booth made out of an old caravan to the dollhouse theme in ...Popular withNightlife
The most impressive selection of Tequila you'll find anywhere in London and Margaritas to match, aim for happy hour and try and sample every flavour (but drink responsibly and all that). If you're feeling particularly flush a shot of their best will set you back about a months rent and get your name on a plaque.
Despite the outside appearance, this is not just a mexican restaurant. In fact, the tasty menu is actually rather eclectic while maintaing a mexican influence. But the #1 reason you'll find me at El Paso is to get work done! Fellow freelancers, I'm two visits in and it's already become one of my favourite places to work in Shoreditch. 3-levels ...
Tequila is what gets BarChick out of bed every morning, she’s partial to a quesadilla too! So she was ecstatic to discover Santos, this small but perfectly formed Mexican hangout. The staff are super friendly and even more, Mexican. The bar is right at the back, and you’ll be unlucky not to find Carlos behind it, you won’t miss him ...
My co-workers and I come here for a lunch treat when we are tired of the usual options of our canteen, Eat, and Wasabi. It was in a residential building but you can spot it right away because there is usually a line outside of the door. Burrito is what you need to get, the naked burrito is just not ...Popular withBudgetBackpackers
First of all, London lacks a proper selection of gourmet Mexican food. No, I am not talking about the sombrero touting and endless tequila shots with enchiladas and guacamole. Nah. I am talking about gourmet ingredients (beef cheeks, anyone?), unique sauces and cocktails to boot. The only place close to the ideal I found was Death by Burrito. Underdelivers on ...
I really like Chipotle, and with all of the other options in London I happened to be next to one when I was hungry. I wondered how close they'd get to Tex Mex since Mexican food tends to be really bad in the UK. It turned out to be okay. The tortillas weren't great, but everything else was fine.