Crazy Homies

3 out of 5 Based on 41 reviews

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Crazy Homies

125 Westbourne Park Road
W2 5QL
+44 (0)20 7727 6771
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Westbourne Park, Underground


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3 out of 5 based on 41 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Crazy Homies

3.0 out of 5 4 February 2014
by Alex S.

Ah Crazy Homies, you be crazy.

Where we really wanted to eat was at Lucky 7 right next door, but they had a wait of about 20 minutes. They told us we could wait in their sister restaurant, Crazy Homies, next door if we wanted to. Why not?

Like Lucky 7, Crazy Homies is an explosion of things on the wall - colours and graffiti and all kinds of other nuts stuff. If Lucky 7 if a parody of an...more

5.0 out of 5 14 December 2013
by Aaron R.

I love this place. The ambience is cool without being precious and hipster-y. It really is hard to find good Mexican food in London but if you want fantastic tacos or enchiladas, this is your spot. The only downside is the drinks are kinda expensive, especially the tequila. A must try!more

4.0 out of 5 18 September 2013
by Alex W.

I went to Crazy Homies for a friend's leaving party about a month ago. I've spent quite a lot of time in tex-mex country and have to say, this place was a really nice surprise.

Margaritas were decent, on the verge of being eye wateringly strong. Chips/salsa/guac were all very tasty, just the right amount of chilli. I went for the enchiladas, despite part of me crying out for a taco, and they...more

1.0 out of 5 30 July 2013
by Lorrie Z.

Not good.

My husband wanted "real Mexican food" - we were steering away from the small plate concept found in London, trying to go from something you could find in more traditional Mexican spots in the states.

While the menu is close to what we were looking for, the food quality and service are not. We paid way too much for mediocre chips, salsa and guac. Our quesadillas were undercooked...more

3.0 out of 5 22 July 2013
by Olivia E.

Super potent margaritas. I mean after every sip my mouth kept puckering. hahaha.

Anyway, small place, all tight and busy. Lots of skulls and dia de los muertos thingies. Lots of cool posters and colourful pillows.

They have different offers and happy hours (like burritos and a beer for £10)more