As well as serving freshly prepared Mexican food, the Soho branch of Wahaca also has a basement tequila bar.
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80 Wardour StreetSohoLondonW1F 0TF
- +44 (0)20 7734 0195
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Great authentic Mexican atmosphere! With clean restaurant and bathrooms this place has it all food and drinks included! Prices are great and staff as well! It's hard to find good service and this place does it well! It's refreshing to find a place where the staff is extra helpful and the food is just as amazing!more
Food was good!
Main issue was the service. It was awful. I counted that my waiter had 10 tables on a Friday night around 7 pm. He was very friendly but stretched way too thin. I got my drink-- Citrus Fizz-- which was tasty. Problem was that my glass was empty by the time my food came. No one offered to get me another drink and no one came back to check on me so I couldn't even ask for another...more
I wanted to try this restaurant because I had heard a lot of great things about this place online. This Mexican street food chain was started by the 2005 BBC Masterchef winner and has multiple locations around London.
For some reason I was expecting it to be a little like Chipotle (upscale fast food), but it's actually more of a trendy sit down restaurant. There's great eclectic and colorful...more
I'm going to have to say no. I have a bit of a pet peeve with intentional misspellings, so right off: Oaxaca, is spelled Oaxaca. The rest of the experience was similar, close, but inarguably wrong.
Hard beans on my black bean tacos just make me mad.
Watch your head on the low hanging lighting.more
Wow-haca more like!!
This place was such a brilliant find for us on a recent trip to London! The menu is extensive with an excellent selection to suit every taste. The food is really resonably priced and honestly some of the tastiest Mexican food I've ever had, with a really nice, relaxed atmosphere!
We got the special of the day which was barbacoa (chilli beef) tacos with a side of sweet...more