Daddy Donkey

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Farringdon

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Daddy Donkey Ben Rowe

Time Out rating:

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User ratings:

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  • Address:

    Daddy Donkey Leather Lane Market
    London
    EC1N 7TE

  • Venue phone:

    07950 448 448

  • Venue website:

    www.daddydonkey.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Open 7.30am-4pm daily

  • Transport:

    Tube: Farringdon tube/rail

  • Price:

    Main courses £5.25-£5.95

  • Map

    1. Daddy Donkey

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3.2 / 5

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  • 1 star:2
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Keith M

Used to work in this area and back there now - Daddy Donkey has moved from a trailer to a shop now and I was not disappointed to be back. Had my fair share of burritos in the US and this place is really good. Authentic flavours (although a burrito will never be truly Mexican), the chipotle salsa is great with the slow cooked pork. I love this place!

Seda

Would be good if you guys actually got the opening times right to save people wasting their time heading to the joint when it's not even open - Opening Hours Monday-Saturday: 11am-4pm Sundays: Closed (From the website).

Carlos

The most similar at the Guajaqueño style.. not exactly, but good enough!! The extra hot is just normal hot in Mexico!

Martin

Good discount today with my timeout card, I love that place! I will be back guys..

christina

A shadow of its former self. T£1.50 for teaspoon of gauc an 2 japenos seemed a little excessive, but given how dispapointing the burrito was it certianly wasn't worth. all rice and no meat - there are far better places in the market offering much better value. a shame as it used to be good. a victim of its own success