At Club Tropicana, drinks are free.
But at Club Mexicana, everything’s meat-free.
The vegan street food outfit has gone from strength to strength in recent years: they started out as a stall at Dinerama, Hawker House and the old Camden KERB market; popped up at places like Pamela; settled into the kitchens at London’s first completely vegan pub and joined the line-up at Seven Dials Market. Now, however, they’ve hit the big time – and have just cut the rope on their first permanent restaurant.
When Club Mexicana started out, veganism was still pretty much a twinkle in the London food scene’s eye, and their ‘no chickpea’ philosophy has kept them at the vanguard of the movement. Instead, they’re all about big flavour and no compromise: tacos, burritos and nachos are lavished with punchy sauces; colourful toppings and melty vegan cheeze.
The restaurant is planted in Carnaby’s Kingly Court, where, alongside the cult favourites – like the Baja Tofish Tacos and the MFC (a chick’n burrito with mustard mayo and pickles) – there’s plenty of newness to sink your teeth into, like the vegan Mexican-style fondue and tacos al pastor, sliced straight off the vegan spit spinning behind the open kitchen.
And naturally, to go with it all, there’s Mexican beers, frozen margaritas and palomas on tap.
Making it easy for you to sink a few.
NOTE: Club Mexicana Taqueria is open daily. You can find out more, and book a table, HERE.
Club Mexicana Taqueria | Kingly Court, W1B 5PW
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