Tortilla serves California-Mexican cuisine with a takeaway service available.
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18 North Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London, E14 4EU
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First off, one HUGE point because just the decor of this place brought me back to my love, my hometown SF, with all the SF hot sauces and the picture of one of my favorite taquerias from SF: Pancho Villa.....
Ok enough reminiscing, back to the FOOD! This is literally a rip-off of Chipotle where you pick your type of meal, and then ingredients and boom, theres your meal.
I ordered the...more
Since I can't afford to fall asleep at work, I had the naked burrito (burrito without the tortilla wrap.) I know, the restaurant is called Tortilla but I chose not to eat a tortilla...
First you pick your rice- Mexican or lime. Then the beans- pinto or black beans. Then you choose the meat - beef, chicken, pork. Then the toppings- salsa, cheese, guac, lettuce, lime....more
This Chipotle is a bit hard to find, because it's in a corner underneath the Canary Wharf DLR station. Also, for some reason, whenever I feel like eating here, it's closed. I'm pretty sure all other locations open until at least 10pm every day, so I don't know why this Chipotle location closes early on the weekend.
Last time I was there, it seemed like this branch had more of a beer influence...more
Having been disappointed by Mexican dishes in London, I did not pay much attention to Tortilla in Canary Wharf. However, because my husband and I were pressed with time to catch a movie in Cineworld and hungry at the same time, we decided to give Tortilla a try. Surprisingly it was satisfying ( I am hoping that it was not because I was really starving and that everything is always delicious)....more
As far as food choices in the wharf go, I'd say this is near the top. I wouldn't go anywhere near as far as saying this is good mexican, or even good california burrito, but it fills the hole.
I feel a bit bad only giving three stars as I probably eat here at least three times a week, but I think that's just a sign of what's available in the wharf, not how good the food here is.more