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Taquería started life as a Cool Chile Co stall on Portobello Road, where we serving tacos and aguas frescas to the Mexican starved crowd of Notting Hill. After too many British winters we decided it was time to get in off the street and put a roof over our heads. In 2005 we opened Taquería in Westbourne Grove, where we have stayed warm and dry ever since. Our tacos are, of course, our speciality, served with traditional and modern fillings on our own soft corn tortillas, using free range eggs, chicken, pork and organic milk. We also serve a selection ceviches, tostadas, plus changing specials menu. If you are feeling thirsty, we make a mean hand-shaken margarita and pour a variety of 100% blue agave tequilas, mezcales, micheladas and wines. To find out more, check out our menus.

 

 

 

Info

Find us

141-145 Westbourne Grove London W11 2RS see map

General enquiries: info@taqueria.co.uk

Please be aware that we don’t take reservations in our info@ email.

Tel: 0207 229 4734

Bookings

To make a reservation please

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Gift  Vouchers are now available

Convenient way to treat your friends and family to a meal at Taqueria available on site, minimum purchase £25.

Term and conditions apply

https://taqueria.co.uk/vouchers/

Opening Hours

We are open Monday to Thursday from 12.00pm until 11.00pm. Friday and Saturday until 11.30pm. Sunday last orders at 10.30pm.

Take-away

A take-away service is available from Monday-Friday 12pm-8pm, either as a walk-in or through our online provider Deliveroo

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Whole Hire

Very occasionally we close the whole restaurant for a private function.

If you are in interested in hosting a large party or wedding, please contact Catalina (catalina@taqueria.co.uk)

News

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Our Designers

Mary Arnold Foster, Dualchas Architects

Rebecca Weir and Gerardo Olvera, Light IQ

Honor Riley, Honor Riley Design

Sandy McInnes, Sandy McInnes Graphics

David Rushton, Papertank