Wahaca brings a taste of the real food of Mexico with an evolving, seasonal menu.
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South BankSouthwarkLondonSE1 8XX
- +44 (0)20 7928 1876
- Public transport:
- Waterloo, Underground
Really underwhelming Mexican fare for what looked like a promising locale.
While admittedly I can only comment on their winter burrito, unfortunately there isn't really very much to comment about it. It was a passable burrito, presented in a strange rectangular rather than cylindrical form, and was neither particularly favourful or memorable.
However, what really annoyed me about this...more
Ate here with the family on Saturday.
quick tips: the food is very good value;
Street food is done very innovatively using their British sourced ingredients, especially the meat based tacos. Bursting with flavor.
The tequila sampler for £10 is excellent although the blanco was underwhelming and rather unrefined.
The fish main course with green rice was a little underwhelming too.
I was in London for work not too long ago and my friend who is now a local brought me here for dinner. It was delish! I had their seasonal sweet potato cheese quesadilla (i don't remember the exact name) but it was really good. Also, we tried another vegetarian taco with plantains - also a winner! it had a bit of a spicy kick.
I must warn you without reservation the wait can be a drag. We...more
After almost three years of living in London, I finally made it to a Wahaca. In my head I imagined it to be terrible because there are several locations, but I still wanted to try it. I also thought it would be terrible as the people who own it clearly don't know how to spell Oaxaca, and when I lived in the states I had lovely experiences at an authentic Oaxacan restaurant, so I just figured...more
For the longest time, I've been anti-Wahaca. I remember going my first year here after having moved from the US and perhaps that was a rookie error. Mexican food was always in massive portions, full of flavour and/or cheese, and accompanied by margaritas large enough to have a dunk in. All of this, of course, could be had for around $10 so when I ended up in Wahaca and paid £15 for a pint size...more