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A Mexican restaurant on Westbourne Grove.
With a big portrait of revolutionary hero Zapata emblazoned on one wall, Latin beats turned up loud and an indie boho vibe that’s pure Notting Hill, this cheerful and delightfully scruffy little dive is just the place for some messy Mexican street food. Massive tacos stuffed with everything from chargrilled steak or slow-cooked pork to deep-fried cod or soft-shell crab in cider batter are the big hitters, but there are also quesadillas and tostadas (including a popular ceviche version) plus the usual suspects such as corn, avocado and refried black beans on the side. Also leave room for some sweet deep-fried churros or fried plantain with cajeta (the Mexican version of dulce de leche). Meanwhile, Mexican beers, mezcal, margaritas and blistering micheladas turn every night into a proper Saturday night, with friendly staff on hand to keep it coming.
139-143 Westbourne Grove
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