'South of the border' passion is always served up at Chiquito. A menu of bold Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine is prepared however the diner likes it. Burritos, sizzling fajitas and tacos can all be customised for vegetarians or those wanting more spice. A kids menu, games and entertainment add to the family-friendly vibe, and there is a great range of exciting cocktails, mocktails, wines and tequilas.
Venue Details & Map
Chiquito Restaurant Bar
Geron WayCricklewoodLondonNW2 6LW
- +44 (0)20 8208 7960
- Public transport:
- Brent Cross, Underground
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As an American from the west coast, I've eaten loads of Mexican food, which is normally very good, and the restaurants typically have amazing service. This place falls short in every respect. It may actually be the worst restaurant I've ever visited in London. The nachos lacked any kind of layering strategy, and as far as the lunch menu goes, there wasn't actually any Mexican food on it....more
I came here for breakfast and found the food to be ok, it wasn't amazing. Service could have been better as wasn't too busy. There was a lot of waiters, waitresses around as we always had a different person attending to us but still the service was too slow. wouldn't go back even though it is the nearest mexican restaurant to me. Would rather venture further out to a better one.more
Dear, oh dear, Chiquito Staples Corner, what a sad place. I've been 3 times so far for weekday lunch, and each time its been totally empty - a very bad sign - and very disappointing.
The decor and ambiance is all dark woods and depressing, with battered tables. The Mexican decoration is mainly tiny black and white photos and plain plates. The background Mexican music was OK, but feeble. The...more
If there were more Mexican people living in London, I'm sure they would organize a rally and burn these places to the ground. What an insult! Even if you've never had authentic Mexican cuisine, this stuff is still shyt. And the drinks are worse than the food. I ordered some blue nonsense with vodka and pineapple and juice and it was brought to me warm! I know ice is not customary in London,...more
I have been here on a number of occasions as it is the only restaurant on the retail park. I come to the park to visit the electrical stores and computer store on the corner or the cineworld.
The restaurant is almost empty if you go during the week on an afternoon or evening. It gets very busy however on Saturday's. They have a full bar and some really good margaritas which are served in a...more