Focusing on traditional Mexican food, with an extensive authentic menu and a diverse range of beer and cocktails, Chimichanga Wimbledon brings the heart of Mexico to your table. The menu suits those who wish to nibble and share, as well as those who want a 3-course meal. All dishes are freshly prepared by the chef in the restaurant and the accompanying cocktail list mixes classic drinks with more inventive concoctions.
Food and DrinkValid from 11 June 2016 to 31 December 2017
Minimum 6 people. Each person gets 2 courses. Unlimited pitchers of Classic Margaritas for 2 hours.
Venue Details & Map
80 The BroadwayWimbledonLondonSW19 1RH
- +44 20 8542 5509
We had an opposite experience from many reviews I read, with quick service but just decent food.
For us, we went at 7:30 p.m. on a Sunday, and had our food in hand only 13 minutes after walking in the doors of the restaurant.
With the food, we ordered chips & salsa, quesadilla with goat cheese & red pepper, and the chicken fajitas. They were decent tasting, but at almost 32 GBP, it felt a...more
Not the best Mexican restaurant I've been too. Vegetarian options were limited and not very tasty. Everything was mild in flavour and service wasn't very good.more
We had about an hour before our show at the theatre across the street, so we thought we'd have plenty of time for a nice meal. But the staff here were soooooo sloooooow. It took ages to get to place our orders, after we had ordered our drinks no one returned to either bring them or take our meal order. A good fifteen minutes later we received our drinks and finally placed food orders.
The meal was off to a great start with the buffalo chicken bites - nicely presented and a generous portion with a delicious blue cheese dip. I think perhaps the bites weren't as buffalo as they could have been, but the dip disguised this so it wasn't a problem.
But the mains were a disappointment. I went for the pulled pork burrito and my companion went for the pulled chicken chimichanga. To...more
Most importantly, the food was ok. It wasn't anything to shout about, but it was about right for Mexican food in the UK.
The real let down was the service. We arrived at 5pm on a Saturday and there was one poor guy looking after everyone. It took ages to get seated, and then even longer for him to come over and take an order. Over the course of an hour, more staff arrived. But our starter...more