Desperados restaurant in Greenwich is just the spot for family fun or groups of your friends to roll fajitas and slam tequilas.
It's two steps from everything – the Cutty Sark, the Maritime Museum, Greenwich Pier, Greenwich Park, the train station and even the foot tunnel – which makes it convenient to just about everywhere.
Desperados is a family-owned Spanish and Tex-Mex restaurant with an easy, south-of-the-border warmth and charm.
The menu includes an array of tapas as well as all your southwestern favourites: nachos, wings, ribs, chilli, burritos, enchiladas, chimichangas and more. There are also brilliant burgers, steaks and grills and every cocktail you'd ever want, lots available by the pitcher.
The décor is pure Tex-Mex and a load of fun.
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Venue Details & Map
33-35 Greenwich Church StreetGreenwichLondonSE10 9BL
- Public transport:
- Cutty Sark (DLR), National Railway
Just awful, poor quality food. The house wine was not good. Usually it's safe to go for the house wine as the reputation of the restaurant stands on this. That sums it up really, poor house wine, poor restaurant! Very pricey for a load of rubbish. The staff were very matter of fact and constantly knocking the back of my chair as they tried to pass by. A thorough unpleasant experience. If...more
I liked this place a lot! Shame about the negative reviews. I actually fancied the waitress a little bit she was so beautiful and kind! The chilli con carne and nachos were awesome and my parents loved their meals too! Our food was certianly not bland! Great vibe and amazing location and view of the cutty sark!more
Large portions, tasty chicken burrito, cheap price. Ask for tap water and you're definitely getting a bargain dinner!
This was my first time in the Greenwich branch and I have to admit, it's not up to the same standard as its Islington counterparts! The service is relatively hit and miss, with half of the waiting staff beaming with friendliness and half who are feisty and argumentative - we...more
I know Yelp is awesome -
but sometimes, despite the bad reviews you have to give a place a go.
The food is bland. Really bland. I ordered the burrito with refried beans and rice. The rice tasted like that dried packet of savory rice you buy from the supermarket and add water. The burrito itself was fine, but bland and soggy on the bottom because it was placed on the beans. The...more
The food here is only okay, but the service was fast which was important because we were going to catch a boat back to London after visiting the Royal Observatory.
We had 2 beers, Tortilla chips with salsa, guac, and sour cream, and prawns in chili lime sauce, and the worst patatas bravas that I've ever had. The bill was about 24 GBP or $38. This place was busy and they seemed to have many...more