Burrito worshippers should leg it through the lunchtime market to this corner site – but first learn the word ‘cola’ (Spanish for ‘queue’).
If you have a hankering for a burrito as well as a cheap handbag, Leather Lane is the place to be. Nestled among the bric-a-brac, cheap shoes and 'classic' CDs is this behemoth of an operation – Daddy Donkey is a self-proclaimed ‘kick-ass Mexican grill’. Started by Joel Henderson in 2005, the street food stall grew massively over the past few years, and in 2014 the operation moved into a permanent coner site. But despite settling into a 'proper' takeaway joint, has still managed to keep the quality of their offerings consistent. Whether you’re having the ‘naked burrito’ (sans tortilla, replaced with salad) or the Daddy D burrito, choose from five fillings (a step above other burrito stalls), including shredded beef (cooked with green tomatillos and lime salsa; £6.50), or carnitas (pork shoulder cooked in with garlic, cola, spiced and chili; £5.95). The combinations are endless, but there is one constant – be prepared to queue.
|Venue name:||Daddy Donkey||Contact:|
50B Leather Lane
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 11am-4pm|
|Transport:||Tube: Farringdon tube/rail|
|Price:||Main courses £5.25-£5.95|
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Daddy D is the best burritos spot in town hands down !!. Loads of places are popping up nowadays serving Burritos, however the common thread with these places is that their food is really bland with hardly any taste, but with Daddy D - no such issue as the food is marinated to a very high standard cooked the authentic way!
I have tried several burritos and definitely would say Daddy Donkey is the best place to go. Also know some burrito lovers thinking the same thing.
I would recommend to take a naked burrito. For the same price you get much more food. And my favorite is pulled pork, think that's the best option.
It's also good to get a little discount if you hold the Time Out card. This is one of the places I use it more :) Anyway the place is fairly cheap and the value quality / price is amazing
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!
The most similar at the Guajaqueño style.. not exactly, but good enough!! The extra hot is just normal hot in Mexico!
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