Worldwide icon-chevron-right Europe icon-chevron-right United Kingdom icon-chevron-right England icon-chevron-right London icon-chevron-right Taqueria


Restaurants, Mexican Westbourne
4 out of 5 stars
(10user reviews)

Time Out says

A Mexican restaurant on Westbourne Grove.



Address: 139-143 Westbourne Grove
W11 2RS
Transport: Tube: Notting Hill Gate tube
Do you own this business?

Users say (10)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:4
  • 4 star:4
  • 3 star:1
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:1
1 person listening

Fantastic Tacos! Full of flavor and meat! a little bit pricey but that's to be expected due to its postcode. You have to try the Micheladas.

The menu has an array of choices... probably too many in fact as we took a solid 15mins debating on which ones we would order. We finally opted for 3 taco dishes, averaging around £7.50 each, and you are served with 2 tacos. They are full to the brim with meat and dripping with flavor, they were so good in fact we ordered another dish! 

We also had two Michaeladas which were insane and hot! definitely an experience. 

Lastly we had the Churros... one word wow! 


It's Saturday night,  you are in Notting Hill, when is it not a good idea to drink Margaritas and eat Tacos?!

The Taqueria I had been warned would most likely be busy at this time, word on the street it is very good, I had also been informed if they don't have a table available on arrival for you, they will take your number, and give you a ring when one is ready. This is already appealing to me as my absolute pet hate, is restaurants making you awkwardly wait in a corner,  on the edge of a bar or even worse outside.

We arrived around 8pm as predicted they were encouragingly full, I am always somewhat sceptical

of a restaurant with free tables on a Saturday evening, that they are not really doing their job properly.  We left our number,  popped over to the Cock and Bottle (yep made me giggle too) for a swift beer outside. Highly efficiently we had a call with 5 minutes that there were two seats at the bar,  however we were happy to wait for a main table, as literally taking the first sip of our cold drinks, within another 15 minutes they rang back and had a main table for us, so all round a Win-win situation.

This place had being hyped up to me earlier in the evening, so there I was waiting in anticipation, hoping the tacos would live up to my high expectations, and I wouldn't be left disappointed downing shots of tequila to console myself. 

We decided on a good cross section of the Tacos menu, satisfying all our meat, fish and vegetable needs in the form of the Steak Tacos with browned cheese, avocado cream, roasted salsa, pico de gallo  £7.50

Fish Tacos, deep fried in cider batter, chipotle mayonnaise, avocado cream, shredded cabbage, pico de gallo £7.70

Jalapeno Tacos, charcoal grilled jalapeno, goats cheese, tamarind salsa, almonds, crispy onions and refry beans.

The steak was up first setting the bar pretty high, the fish came next, a huge hunk of cod that I didn't feel could possibly out do the steak but it did, so much so we ordered another round of the cod instantaneously, the jalapenos eventuality arrived 3 margaritas later, but in fairness worth the wait, and pretty much stole the show.

The Tacos at the Taqueria hands down delivered, excellent value for money and definitely worth a visit. 

They do a pretty decent Margarita too, the staff were friendly and polite, and if you don't mind dining under literally a sea of minimal exposed bulbs hanging from the ceiling you will enjoy yourself. 

This is tapas Mexican style. I have always loved the Cool Chile co. spices and this is place to experience those spices in the most delicious dishes.

I love to eat Mexican Food, it is the closest I can get to Guatemalan food. I found this place here in timeout. I went with me boyfriend, and since we got there we knew it was gonna be a good experience, the staff where really nice, I think the owner was there as well. We order micheladas, which were not that nice, but the food was so good I didnt mind. I consider it as a gastronomic experience, the flavour and contrast in the plates where amazing. It is definitely one of the best mexican food I have ever try, you can say it by feeling great after eating it!!! 100% recommend it!

As one who has tasted the real thing in Mexico (and not at a resort town), I have to say that Taqueria comes as close as any I've had in London. It's certainly not the cheapest, but definitely satisfies the taco craving (love al pastor and the choriqueso is amazing, if not very authentic). It's also one of the few places that I can get a Pacifico for a relatively reasonable price!

Brilliant such friendly staff and the most authentic Mexican I've had for a while. Unsure why there are no 5 star reviews. Probable worth booking. I was seated straight away.

Bad service. We arrived and it was busy, but we decided to wait at the bar. 1 and a half hours into the 40 minute wait we were disdainfully told we were still 4th on the list. Food looked good, but not worth the wait

Great mexican food in Notting Hill. I have never been dissapointed, neither the tasty enchiladas nor with the great tacos (try al Pastor, cochinita Pibil or the wonderful Tinga). You can have a real classic Margarita (not one of those purple things full of rocks you get in other mexican places around town). Possibly the best street food in town.

Snap up exclusive discounts in London

Time Out's handpicked deals — hurry, they won't be around for long...