Focusing on traditional Mexican food, with an extensive authentic menu and a diverse range of beer and cocktails, Chimichanga Wandsworth 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.
Venue Details & Map
Unit R1 Southside Shopping Centre,WandsworthSouthfields,WandsworthLondonSW18 4TE
- +44 20 8871 4947
Not disappointing, but not remarkable either.
Food is decent and the selection is good, but it's nothing to write home about. Service is slow but friendly. I like their food but wouldn't necessarily take guests here.
That's really all I can say about this place.more
We decided to go to Chimichanga for dinner last night. We have been to the Wimbledon branch many times and really enjoyed it. From the very start we could see they were short staffed and that the massive rush of people was going to cause a delay but we weren't in a rush and decided to stay. We ordered some cocktails and they were pretty poorly made, mine was way too strong while my partners...more
Service: 3 stars for effort. There was one gal doing all the beverages and trying to get people seated while another lone waitress covered the entire restaurant during a busy-ish evening shift. I felt bad for them. Service was a bit slow, but I couldn't place that fault on the staff themselves. They were trying their best!
Food: 3 stars for taste, 2 for expectations and 2 for price.
I had a...more
One of the many new eateries outside of Southside Shopping Centre, Chimichanga seemed like a good place to try out before our Thursday evening movie at Cineworld Wandsworth.
The menu is Tex-Mex, with nothing really standing out as different from any other Tex-Mex in the country, if I'm honest. They were serving paella, which is different I guess, insofar as it's Spanish...
First thing that...more
This place is ultra-local for me so I thought I'd give it a try on a quiet post-Christmas/NYE Saturday evening. I like Mexican food. I like cocktails. I like the idea of a churro sundae very much.
Unfortunately the idea in this case was far better than the execution. Especially when I got to the churro sundae.
My quesadilla was seriously lacking in Mexican spice, my Mexican rice was...more