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The Facts
NAME: Breddos
IT'S: A Mexican restaurant

07-10-2017

OPENED: October 07th, 2017
SOFT LAUNCH: 50% off food on 7th, 9th and 10th October, no reservations
WHO'S BEHIND IT: Nud Dudhia and Chris Whitney
LOCATION: Soho
ADDRESS: 26 Kingly Street, W1B 5QD
CLOSEST TUBE: Oxford Circus
WEBSITE: Visit Site
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
TWITTER: Visit Twitter
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram

Breddos Kingly Street

OPENED October 07th, 2017

There’s a new branch of Breddos tacos, open on Kingly Street in Soho.

If you lived too far from the original Clerkenwell branch then rejoice! This one is nice and central. Tacos for everyone.

The Spot:

The best thing about this site is that it’s much larger than the Soho original, with room for 84 people and it’s split over 2 levels, with a downstairs bar.

The Food:

You know these guys make fantastic tacos, but there are loads of new dishes here to try, including breakfast quesadillas and morning-time tacos topped with brisket, potatoes, fried egg and hot sauce. There’s something so satisfying about eating a fried egg taco – like a sort of Mexican fried egg sandwich.

Fans of sweet stuff early doors will be pleased to hear news of cinnamon churros, made into French toast.

They’ve also got a pizza oven installed, to make tlayudas, which are a bit like pizzas, Mexican style — only very thin and crisp. They come with some pretty funky toppings, too, like crisp chicken skin, or black garlic.

Other new dishes make use of that new oven, including whole octopus with mole amarillo, and half a crispy pig’s head with burnt habanero and xi-ni-pek – a spicy salsa. The name xi-ni-pek apparently translates to ‘the nose and tongue of the dog’ because it’s so hot it will have you panting and your nose running.

Also, we no know that leche frita is a thing – that’s a deep-fried milk pudding. They’re also making ice cream sandwiches using churros.

The Drinks:

It’s all about margaritas or beers with tacos — some fizz to go with all that spice and citrus. There’s also that dedicated margarita and mezcal bar opening downstairs, which sounds mighty dangerous — in a good way. It’s got a late licence, too. Just sayin’…

The Damage:

Tacos are typically £3-4, tlayudas £8-10 and a beer around £4-5. A margarita will cost you around £8.

In a Nutshell:

Breddos make some of the best Mexican food in London and we’re thrilled to welcome this new central location.

The Facts
NAME: Breddos
IT'S: A Mexican restaurant

07-10-2017

OPENED: October 07th, 2017
SOFT LAUNCH: 50% off food on 7th, 9th and 10th October, no reservations
WHO'S BEHIND IT: Nud Dudhia and Chris Whitney
LOCATION: Soho
ADDRESS: 26 Kingly Street, W1B 5QD
CLOSEST TUBE: Oxford Circus
WEBSITE: Visit Site
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
TWITTER: Visit Twitter
INSTAGRAM: Visit Instagram

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