Love 'em or hate 'em, the return of Taco Bell to London is going to get a lot of people excited.
This Market Row spot is the first bricks and mortar space for Joshua Whiting - one half of popular quesadilla team Killa Dilla - and he's planning slow roast meat tacos and pre-batched cocktails for the Brixton crowd.
The Breddos Tacos pair's plot for world domination continues with their expansion into south west London. They're joining the list of food traders at Market Hall Fulham with a Tijuana-inspired taco space.
The Coal Drops Yard is increasingly looking like the place to be with Casa & Plaza Pastor arriving, courtesy of the ever-expanding Harts Group empire. Expect tacos and more Mexican food from the people who brought you El Pastor.
It's all change at Temper City, one of Neil Rankin's three restaurants in town.
As reported by Big Hospitality back in August, Rankin announced the intention to drop the curry themed menu (which we were
Having popped up successfully in Dalston last year, mezcal lovers Sin Gusano are expanding capacity and duration-wise with their next opening - an eight month residency in Hagggerston. They'll be taking over Curio Cabal as a ‘social club’ putting on events, offering private mezcal tasting experiences,and running their popular bar and taqueria.
And their timing is spot on, their first week of opening coincides with the Cinco de Mayo festivities so you can expect a
The guys from Breddos are branching out with a brand new concept of a Southern Cali-style menu of sliders, tacos and tostadas at Canary Wharf's Giant Robot.
The team behind Borough's El Pastor are opening their own tortilla factor and taco bar down the road beside Maltby Street Market
Since opening in Clapton, this trendy little taqueria has enjoyed a pretty meteoric rise in popularity, so it was only a matter of time before the Del 74 lads branched out. The new Dalston restaurant will provide all the dishes you know and love, plus an extended menu and mezcal bottles for sharing (or shooting) with the rest of the table....
The masters of tacos (and much more besides) have opened a new place in Soho. We head down for an early look.
Halloween and the Day of the Dead are almost upon us, so expect London's restaurants and bars to go all out to entice you through their doors over the coming period. But one place has already set the bar pretty high for this year's spooky shenanigans. LOSTACOS is popping up at Bermondsey's Doodle Bar and they're going to be serving up glow in the dark tacos.
Guests at the popup, which you'll find just around the corner from Maltby Street Market, can kick off their
Double the size and with a breakfast menu and downstairs bar the new Breddos W1 is going to make a lot of people happy
After a successful Kickstarter, the much-loved Santo Remedio has returned with their new Cantina & Comedor, a two-storey bar and restaurant on Tooley Street, with a charcoal grill, a bigger kitchen and reservations available for lunch and dinner.
Is there any pub in London that loves a pop-up more than Clapham’s The King & Co? They’ve just announced their n’th (we've genuinely lost count) residency, this time splitting kitchen duty between Tem Ban and Taco Rebels.
It’ll be Tem Ban’s second time taking control of the kitchen, which will see head chef Craig Broadhurst (Smoking Goat, The Begging Bowl) returning to dish up Thai
Breddos, Old Street’s now-legendary taco slingers, are continuing to nail it with their ongoing series of collaborations with the announcement they’ll be joining forces with Oslo’s Pjoltergeist.
The Scandi restaurant, which is famed for atmospheric, dive-bar-esque interior and Asian-Mexican-Norwegian fusion menu will be stopping in to Breddos for an all-day taco and mezcal party. That'll be
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