On s'est retrouvé dans ce quartier très animé un peu tard le soir, et parmi tous les bars où les salariés sortent boire quelques verres le soir après le boulot, il y a quelques restos rapides, dont le Tortilla.
Ayant travaillé dans un resto mexicain à Cambridge, UK, dans ma jeunesse, j'étais curieuse de voir la version londonienne quelques 20 ans plus tard...
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I ate a burrito here for dinner last week. I had steak with all the trimmings. I have to say it was just ok. The steak was a bit chewy, the rice had no flavour, and the medium spiced sauce had no flavour at all. You can't really go wrong with a burrito and I did eat the whole thing but I much prefer Benito's Hat or Wahaca.more
A really tasty meal in a flour tortilla - i always go for the braised pork and a bean mix topped with cheese and sour cream with the mexican rice.
These are very weighty so make sure your not on a night out as you wont be able to move afterwards.
I did ask to sample their steak but it was too chewy so stuck with my usual pork filling though i havent tried the chicken filling as yetmore
Man cannot live on pork alone... He needs hot salsa, guacamole, refried beans and a tortilla wrap too.
A fledgling chain operation, Tortilla provides freshly prepared burritos, fajitas and tacos to the worker drones around their central London locations. Their newest site is almost directly opposite my office and just couldn't be ignored.
I went expecting to grumble, suspecting a lack of...more
Oh huzzah! Another totally passable burrito shop discovered in my 'hood! I was on my way to Benito's Hat from the office, intending to pick up some Friday night decadence for me and The Boy, and accidentally stumbled across this new Mexican-ish joint a mere 4 minutes from my desk. This gave me an excuse to both branch out in my UK-burrito knowledge AND get on the bus at my normal stop (rather...more