Posts Tagged 'Mexican Food in London'

Picante Mexican Grill

What do you get when you put together an American, a French, a Peruvian, a Portuguese and an Italian? Apparently, the outcome is a Burrito Bar – at least that’s how Picante was born. Opened just last month near Victoria


In Mexican culture, Chilango is the nickname given to someone who inhabits the country’s capital, Mexico City. After dining in Chilango the restaurant on Fleet Street, you can almost believe you are one of them.

El Paso Hoxton

Stepped out of work and feel like listening to good music in a pleasant atmosphere? El Paso is the place to go.

Tortilla Mexican Restaurant

Let’s be honest, eating wraps is not easy. You could almost say it’s an art – and one which requires practice. Good to know there are now six Tortillas in town then.

Benito’s Hat

Finding fast and delicious Mexican food in central London may seem like mission impossible: but not so for diners at Benito’s Hat.

Macondo Bar, Cafe and Gallery

Whoever saw the Kosmos-Poli exhibition by the Brazilian artist Camilo Oliveira knows what we’re talking about. Macondo is a really pleasant bar, café and gallery. It’s location in Hoxton Square, in the East End, near Old Street, is great too.


Being greeted by friendly staff, sitting down at the bar and drinking a margarita, is an excellent way to start the evening at a Mexican restaurant. But Mestizo isn’t just looking for inspiration from the other side of the Atlantic.

Burrito Gourmet – Full of Beans!

First burgers did it. Now it’s the turn of burritos to go gourmet as this little place, naturally called Burrito Gourmet, just a minute from Putney station, has joined the Mexican wave of burrito stalls and fast food outlets cropping