Wahaca brings the spirit of Mexican market eating to London: respect for quality ingredients, passion for vibrant, fresh and honest food and the pleasure of sharing with others.
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1074 Westfield Shopping Centre, Ariel Way, London, W12 7GB
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Super cheap and yummy Mexican, sadly, only average service. The hubby and I shared chips & salsa, chicken tinga and pork pibil. We both loved the kick in the chicken tinga...as well as the extra kick provided from the fiery sauces on the table. My pure classic margarita was delicious but a bit on the small size. If you're gonna put a ton of ice cubes in my alcoholic bevvy, at least fill it...more
Wah-can-i-say?! Its super good! I know my tacos being from Southern California,
The pork pibil tacos have great flavour and though they are a bit on the small side theres a small price attached to them. £4 for 3 mini tacos. This may not be proper street style, but i think the flavours are there and they are delicious.
I love the tequila options and the fact that they have jamaica and...more
At last, I had some really good tacos today! And, I had them at the last place I would have thought to look - The bloody mall! Now when I hear mall food, I cringe and when I hear Mexican mall food in London...well I was not expecting much at all, but the food at Wahaca was delightfully better than my preconceived notions.
The part of the menu I like is the 'Street Food' section, which is...more
Mexican food is to an American what a curry is to an Englishman. It's a staple of our diets, particularly if you're an American from one of the cities or states in the US with a major Mexican population. I knew the obvious, which was that there weren't bound to be a ton of Mexican restaurants in London and that the quality of the food wasn't likely to be what I was used to back home in...more
The food was ok but not amazing. The staff was friendly but not amazing.
Basically it was pretty ok. Nothing special.
Or in the word of Buffy the musical: "Nothing to see, move it along"
Yup it was pretty meh.
May be it would be better if they served us in song...more