Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by rennie, Nov 12, 2008.
The Mexican restuarant off the Strand that is. Is it a proper sit down kinda place? Can you book?
Don't think you can book, it's ok, quite nice. Just mexican tapas.
Instead of matches, they have chilli seeds that you can grow yourself.
Not eaten there, but it seems to get rated highly.
Sounds nice enough. I hope it won't be too busy.
Definitely can't book I'm afraid but if you get there early it shouldn't be too bad.
Been there twice and been impressed both times
It is nice - probably a bit over-rated, but not expensive. But I tried to go last night, we got there at 7.30 and they said there wasn't a table until about 8.45, which seemed ridiculous, and annoying then that you can't book. They did seem quite efficient though about having a list, so you could go away for a drink and come back. So as long as you plan that, it's fine.
right, so If I aim to get there at 6:45, would that be ok?
Otherwise, I guess I could go to the more expensive Cafe Pracifoc nearby.
Pacifico you can't book either.
I've booked before?
Really? Haven't been for ages and was told I couldn't. Makes you stand waiting at the bar drinking their cocktails...
i've been to wahaca, and apart from the company i was with i had a very nice time. the food was simply delightful and the cocktails were gorgeous
Kanda can't help being a tit
Was Dodge there????
i brought that on myself, really
Well, you've made me smile so it can't be too bad.
you can definitely book pacifico. i went there a couple of months ago. it is pricey though.
We got to Wahaca at about 6ish and didn't have to wait. I got to sit next to Josh Hartnett tooo.
The marguarita was delicious but thE other half's burrito lacked chicken and a bit of flavour.
Will definitely go back.
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Soz where's the wahaca connection?
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Cheers! In libraries the person issuing books doesn't have to pay for them if they don't come back, and neither should restaurant staff if the people they serve are twats who run off
Rarely go to wahaca but won't be returning until this shit ends
Lol the food is not 'great' god some people have low standards.
It's like a posh Mexican Nando's with less space.
Taqueria on Westbourne Grove shits all over Wahaca, a business that can't even spell its own name properly. Sure, pronouncing Oaxaca isn't obvious for English customers, but maybe call the restaurants something else then,rather than misspelling it.
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