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Wahaca Liverpool Street

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

Time Out says

The Liverpool Street branch of this successfull Mexican mini-chain.



Address: 1-3 Widegate St
E1 7ES
Transport: Tube: Liverpool St
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4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4 / 5

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My friend and I shared a couple of plates of tacos and nibbles whilst sipping our cocktails here. The pork tacos were tasty and spicy like what our waiter described. The chili quesadilla was my favorite, it was spicy, flat, and almost crispy. The Guacamole with tortilla chips were delicious too. 

I had a passion fruit margarita; It was nice although but not that special. However, their Mexican Hot chocolate was tasty, full of real cocoa, thick and filling. My friend seemed to enjoy her non alcoholic hibiscus drink.

Overall, I will return again, perhaps for a proper meal next time.

I have to pick up veggie assortments here before I hop on the Stansted Express! It's an absolute must and makes that 45min journey so much better!

This wahaca is much like all their other branches. It's always busy and hard to get a table at peak times, but the wait isn't usually too long. They also have a downstairs area for large groups. I went with a group of about 25 people for a work lunch and they did get a few orders wrong and it took a bit of time to sort out the bill, but I thought they did a good job in a quick lunchtime slot.

My favourite wahaca menu item is the chicken salad in the fried tortilla bowl. So Delicious!

Would definitely recommend!

I found out about Wahaca after being handed a leaflet about their Spitalfields branch opening. I was invited to a complimentary dinner as part of their opening event and its been a winner ever since. 

The staff are funny, friendly and very helpful. The decor is awesome and diners are instantly greeted into a warm festival environment.

Their Street Foods menu is hands down the best way to munch down a mouthful of delicious Mexican, a table for 2 sharing 5-6 street food dishes allows you to try a selection of tasty tummy pleasing dishes. My favourite 3 being the grilled British steak Tacos, the chipotle chicken Quesadillas and the tender marinated chicken taquitos.

Mexican anyone?


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