Tortilla specialise in customisable burritos and tacos, inspired by the Mission District of San Francisco
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9 times out of 10 I find myself in line with an American or Canadian, often lamenting the lack of affordable Mexican food in London. Tortilla fits the bill, up there with Chipotle back in the States. At £7 a pop (if you go big like I do) it's actually quite a bargain, enough cow to last me a whole day.more
One of my favorite fast food eateries in America is Chipotle. As with most American imports, the food here is priced by replacing the $ with a £, thus making it overpriced. I patronized a London Chipotle once and vowed to never return.
Today I discovered Tortilla and finally satisfied my craving for inexpensive Mexican food! They essentially offer the same options as Chipotle, with minor...more
Being from California, a state that has a half mexican population, I feel as though I'm entitled to say that I'm a connoisseur of this type of cuisine. Maybe it's because I was eating rice and beans before I could speak, maybe it's because I have always tried every tacqueria within a 20 mile radius of every place I've ever called home, maybe because the more my mouth burns of salsa, the...more
This is my first review since living in London and it had to be for a Mexican place. I would like to say that I am quite hard on Mexican places since I've lived in Souther California my entire life up to now. I have to imagine that this is the best London has to offer.
Now let me just say I've eaten Mexican before here, and it's honestly best to avoid, I'm sorry to say, so only go if you...more
Yeh I'm afraid I wasn't impressed with this place. I like a Burrito as much as the next man, maybe a little more but this was below par and over priced.
I really disliked the over zealous portion control they had going on; you had to pay extra for guac (this is a Burrito right?) and if you order chips (which were overly salty and cold) you have to pay extra for a tiny pot of Salsa. Why...more