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Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon! From badass burritos to tip-top tostadas and exemplary enchiladas, there are piquant delights for everyone. The interior might look like something out of central casting, but the fast-moving counter churns out some the best floury filled tortillas in town, backed by a ten-strong line-up of fresh salsas. Despite the demise of its Soho branch, the Breddos crew is back, and all the better for it. Its current digs keep things casual to suit what is ultimately still street food. A custom-made wood grill adds rustic charm. Tacos remain its strong suit, but try the seafood tostadas too, which team the crunch of tortilla shells with punchy cross-continental flavours.
If tacos are your thing, look no further than Casa P, the newest addition to the El Pastor family. Head to the bar and counter for cocktails and nibbles; sit in the main space for a full-on nosh — perhaps beef tartare tostadas followed by a fillet of sea bream bathed in recado rojo and grilled with orange, olives and capers. Gentle prices, genial service. Try a naked burrito sans tortilla or the ature Daddy D with a choice of five fillings.
All the trademarks are here: strikingly modern de, cheery staff and Mexican fast food with a hipster spin.
Open tacos hit the spot, as do the pork pibil tortas — a trendy Mex riff on the burger. If you need cheering up, head down to this Mexican hideaway beneath the arches by Borough Market. Owned by the Hart brothers of Barrafina famePastor is a taco t with pedigree and a rollicking fiesta vibe. Order the mighty Pastor pork taco, the DIY short rib or the gringa quesadillas with fresh salsas and a blast of loud Latin music. Crowdfunding does it again. Having wobbled in Shoreditch, the new incarnation of Santo Remedio near London Bridge is simply brilliant.
Low-lit, inviting and spread over two floors, it seduces punters with easy-listening Latin grooves, flickering tea lights, and some inspired food — guacamole sprinkled with tiny grasshoppers, hibiscus flower quesadillas and enchiladas and hour slow-cooked smoky beef tacos. There are punishing shots of mezcal too.
Venue says Our doors may be closed, but you can still bring a little of the Santo Remedio spirit home. Delivery available nationwide. Despite a clipboard-toting greeter, Taqueria has a charming indie feel with its bare wood floors, film posters, Latin soundtrack and unfussy food. Quesadillas are the big hits try the version with home-cured chorizobut there are also a few tostadas including one with a classic ceviche twist and the usual suspects on the side.
Drink Mexican beer, mezcal and tequila, or stay sober with a cooling aguas frescas. Craving an all-American feast? Tuck into hearty, meaty and mouthwatering food at these US restaurants flying the star-spangled banner. Support Time Out directly today and help us champion the people and places which make the city tick. Time Out London. Support us Subscribe. Get us in your inbox up to our newsletter for the latest and greatest from your city and beyond.
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