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
Popular Shepherds Bush Mexican Killer Tomato is expanding, opening a second restaurant - also in West London - on Portobello Road
After only a few months in Clapton, rising taco star Del 74 is taking on a second home in Mare Street.
Del 74 is a taqueria in Clapton that seems to be doing everything just right. When various folk on the London restaurant scene recommended it to us, we popped down for a Test Drive.
If you were lucky enough, as we were, to get a seat at the last Breddos TacOver with LA's Guerrilla Tacos, you'll know that these mash-ups are hot tickets.
So when we tell you that for their next mashup Breddos are teaming up with Som Saa and Anglo-Thai's John Chantarasak for a Mexi-Thai Sunday BBQ you
What: Del 74 Tacos
In a nutshell: Tacos, beers and margaritas with a neighbourhood vibe
Summing it all up: Lower Clapton Road is the home of a new taqueria, as the taco trend spreads north east in London. Mexican food fans will be able to try pork pibil, while veggies can get stuck into a jackfruit taco, with cucumber margaritas and micheladas to wash it all
Breddos are at it again. Not content leading the charge the capital’s Mexican food revival, and a host of partnerships,they're now they’re going back to their roots by taking their taco truck to Holborn.
Come lunchtime, the lucky souls working and living in and around the area will now be able to get a taste of the taco action, choosing from a simple
As if there wasn't enough to tempt us to Breddos on any given day, this weekend the team are kicking off Taco Sundays with a marvellous-sounding Sunday brunch menu.
They'll now be open from 11am till 6pm serving a Mexican take on Sunday brunch. There'll be six brunch tacos including:
The next residency at Dalston's Pamela is about to kick off as Club Mexicana takes over. They are, as the name suggests, all about Mexican food - but it's all vegan too. They're on a mission to show that vegan food can be way more than what people expect.
They've been popping up at street food markets all over town and their menu recreates classic Mexican dishes including:
Everyone wants a piece of Breddos Tacos these days, and they’re only too happy to oblige it. After a successful partnership with Yard Sale Pizza in Finsbury Park, they’ve now decided to launch a series of pop-up ‘Tacovers’, welcoming serious taco chefs from all over the world to temporarily take the reigns in their new Clerkenwell digs.
First up, it’ll be Guerrilla Tacos from Los Angeles - the heartland of
London's taco credentials are massively boosted by the arrival of Breddo's in Clerkenwell
Updated 8/12/16 with soft launch info
Until recently, it's felt like London's tacos have played second fiddle to the burrito, their gut-busting cousin. So it’s great news that street vendor Breddos Tacos, winner of the Taco Wars 2014 (yes, it was a real thing) will be setting up permanent shop in Clerkenwell later this month as they finally close the doors on their roving
Nothing is left to waste at Neil Rankin's Soho restaurant devoted to specialist breed meat
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