LOCO MOJITO The only restaurant in Brick Lane with a Mexican - Texan flavour. Yuo are welcome to enjoy our delicious Burrito`s, Fajita`s, Tako`s and lot more with a large verity of fantastic cocktails 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Come and experience the taste of Mexico. Our very friendly staff will welcome you with a big smile in a lovely and vibrant atmosphere.
£25 and under
Venue Details & Map
192 Brick LaneShadwellLondonE1 6SA
- +44 (0)20 7033 4666
- Public transport:
- Shoreditch, Underground
This place used to be great fun, I've been 12 times but I went recently and it's turned very poor, does it have new owners? It use to have very large and generous portions that made up for the high-ish prices.
Now it's puny portions and don't even serve retried beans with enchiladas anymore.
Poor food, tiny portions, high prices. Why bother?more
I have passed it 100 times, but never braved enough to venture in. It has been one too many dissapointment with Mexican food in UK.
Ordered the platter to share, wings and rubs were succulent l. For main I ordered a taco, dissapointment!! And I tried the peri peri chicken from my companion, just bland with too much cheese.
Service, waitress had no idea what is recommended or what's...more
Living in Italy I don't have many opportunities for great mexican food so I was very excited to sample some in London.
Loco Mojito is located somewhat deep in the neighborhood of Shoreditch, it's kind of a walk from the tube, maybe 15 minutes. Which to me is no big deal because Shoreditch has some great little shops worth seeing anyway including a world-famous ukulele shop but just be aware...more
Wandering down Brick Lane on a Saturday the curry houses were full and I was hungry. Mexican? yeehaw! Being an ex-Texan via California recent London transplant I am always willing to give a Mexican joint a shot.. and am nearly always heartbroken and depressed afterwards.. no exception here.
I had a Spicy Beef Burrito. It came and was the smallest burrito I have ever seen. More like a taco...more
I love the smell of a '1st to review' in the morning. What better place than a South American/Cuban eatery that is as fun as it is tasty.
First, the dimly lit environment lends to the potential of a romantic meal. The sombrero on my seat waiting to be worn inclined me more to thinking my meal would be fun. Ricky Martin playing on loop had me smiling from ear to ear. Who doesn't like a bit of...more