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Well I went with my partner and it was delicious! I lived in Mexico 4 years and I can really tell when something is genuine mexican (I have been few place in London around Notting Hill and Hackney) and I can honestly say that these...More
Food was greasy, smelled bad and tasted even worse. Went straight in the bin - had 3 different people and we all thought the same. Packaging was poor to say the least - food was all squished when it came. Left terrible smell in the...More
As a Mexican, I can tell you this place is for one, not authentic and two, not worth the £7 for the tacos or quesadillas.
I was craving Al Pastor tacos and a friend suggested this place after reading the 3 raving reviews (buddies?). We...More
These are the best tacos and quesadillas I've had in London! And I've been living here for 3 months, trust me hahaha. The flavour is amazing, I am mexican, and this is the closest I've felt of Mexico since I came here. The owner is...More
It was a genuine pleasure to see these tacos being prepared and cooked while I waited.
All fresh, organic, gluten-free and tasty ingredients plus the plates and forks etc are all responsibly recyclable and/or compostible - something that often gets overlooked in the street food...More
As a sybarite from Mexico City streets all I can say is: they know how to make a taco! Get the al pastor tacos! The tortillas are proper Mexican tortillas for tacos. They have a wide range of chilli sauces and amazing sides: I definitely...More
Date of visit: May 2015
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