15 "Mexican" Restaurants in London.
Not to be confused with Tooting Market, Broadway Market is packed full of great spots for sit-down cheap eats and date-ready drinking dens.
If you’re looking for brilliant tacos, brilliant salsas, and a brilliant colour scheme - then La Chingada, near Surrey Quays, is your place.
Sonora is an excellent takeaway-only taquería in Hackney’s Netil Market, just a few hatches up from its old home when it was called Pollo Feliz.
Decimo is a loud and proud Mexican-inspired spot on the tenth floor of The Standard in King’s Cross.
Hacha is Dalston bar that makes a dangerously delicious margarita, and other tequila and mezcal drinks, alongside a small menu of tacos and ceviche.
Looking for an upscale South American spot with enough cocktails to make you like house music? Zuaya in South Kensington has got you covered.
Whitecross Street Market runs between Old Street and the Barbican, and is one of London’s busiest street markets.
Ella Canta is a high end Mexican restaurant in the Intercontinental Hotel on Park Lane. The food is well executed and great for a special occasion.
Santo Remedio is a Mexican restaurant that graduated from Shoreditch food truck to a permanent space in London Bridge. Fun bar, average food.
Every Thursday, street food crew KERB set up at the Gherkin, with some of the best street food vendors in London. It’s perfect for lunch.
Corazon is a casual taco restaurant in Soho that’s great for a casual meal with friends, or for grabbing a drink and a snack.
El Pastor serves Mexico City-style tacos in a former railway arch near Borough Market. While it can be very good, it can also be a disappointment.
Breddos is a Clerkenwell restaurant that makes tacos with creative fillings that aren’t authentic, but are absolutely delicious.
Mestizo is where Mexican people actually go to eat Mexican food in London, with good tacos and comfort food dishes. It’s also good for groups.