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a new Wahaca in town and it’s bigger and better than ever before, serving the same great Mexican food, a deli selling all kinds of kitchen stuff and take-away grub, the UK’s first mezcal bar and dishing up….drum roll please…breakfast!

Located on Charlotte Street, the restaurant which only opened last week is the ideal place for people watching so you’ll want to bag a table on the broad-walk or near the window at least. The breakfast menu features all kinds of Mexican inspired dishes including Huevos Rancheros, Breakfast Burritos, Dulce de leche Donuts, Avocado smoothies and more.

We sampled a Breakfast Burrito with bacon which came in at under £6 – pretty good value for a generously filled tortilla stuffed with Mexican scrambled eggs, frijoles, salsa and bacon. Another dish of Mexican Eggs which are scrambled eggs mixed with onion, chilli and tomato served with refried beans on top of two slices of sourdough was a good helping of fluffy eggs but we’d recommend ordering a side of Brindisa Chorizo to give it an added oomph!

Fresh orange was fresh and cold, the coffee was hot and strong and the Banana Bread, still warm from the oven, was sweet and moist. Wahaca + breakfast = a good thing going on.

19 – 23 Charlotte Street, W1T 1RL