Mexican street food at Crafty’s

February 17, 2016

I’m loving the sound of the latest initiative from Crafty at St Martin’s .  For one night only on 2nd March  6-8.30pm they will become a burger free zone and turn into a taqueria.
They promise a  night of celebrating Mexico’s finest street food – a relaxed affair with latino music, paper plates and no bookings. Given the quality of everything else they do I’m confident this will be exciting stuff.
There will be (gluten-free)  corn tacos with a choice of fillings at 3 for £6, including:
Smoked chipotle ox cheek, pickled red cabbage, crema
Pork carnitas (crispy braised pork), lime, pico de gallo
Stewed chicken in achiote, roasted pineapple salsa
Pinto beans, chihuahua cheese, pico de gallo, crema

There will also be a range of sides such as nachos, guacamole, escabeche vegetables and of course Mexican beer and tequila. If it’s a success they promise they have more ideas up their sleeve.

Now I just need to work out how I get away early from an evening meeting I’ve got booked…

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One Response to “Mexican street food at Crafty’s”

  1. […] did manage to pop in to Crafty’s Taqueria last night by around 8.30pm  and found the place buzzing, with the last of some 300 orders being […]

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