London's Best Burrito

Part Mexican part American, the burrito has become a fast food staple across the world. Filling, easy to eat (if you’re not too greedy) and packed full of flavour this is far more than a sandwich or a wrap. Here are some great spots to grab a bulging burrito.


Death By Burrito

Biting into a burrito only to not get covered in sprinklings of rice is actually quite nice. Death by Burrito fill your wrap with your chosen filling – we recommend the Baja Fish and Slaw burrito – packed full of soft white fish with creamy tangy coleslaw and fresh veg. Tangy guacamole and cooling sour cream come on the side for dipping. The burritos aren’t massive, but who needs to eat something the size of their lower arm?

  • 7/10 (£8)
  • 9/10
  • 8/10

Currently residing in Soho and Battersea:

Sharps, 9 Windmill St, W1T 2JF
0207 636 8688

The Candlemaker, 36 Battersea High St, SW11 3JR
0207 223 6532



Benito's Hat

Ask for a burrito and get them to fill it with the following: grilled steak, shredded lettuce, grated cheese, sour cream, salsa brava and guacamole. All burritos come served with a side of nachos. Order a corona to wash it all down with, and you’ll be living a Mexican food lovers dream.

  • 8/10 (£7.10)
  • 7/10
  • 7.5/10

6 locations across London, including: 

Covent Garden
19 New Row, WC2N 4LA



Poncho 8

It may be more of a lunch place than a dinner spot, but with stores across the city Poncho 8 is considered one of the most reliable and tasty spots for a burrito in London. Specialising in fresh, tasty burritos, we recommend ordering a wholemeal wrap, and asking them to fill it with grilled chicken, rice, black beans, peppers and onions, cheese hot salsa and guacamole, all with a squeeze of lime, et voila! Lunchtime just got good.

  • 8/10 (£6.15)
  • 6/10
  • 7.5/10

6 locations across London, including: 

9B Cullum Street, EC3M 7JJ
0207 283 4491



Massaman Curry

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Steak Tartare

There are variations of Steak Tartare across the world. We like a classic and these are the best spots in London to get your fix.

Espresso Martini

Invented in Soho, London, the Espresso Martini embodies the buzz and eccentricity of its birthplace. We discover the three best places to order one in London. 

Gua Bao

A Taiwanese street food staple, these small, doughy, cloud-like buns are served with your chosen meat and tasty Asian toppings.


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Lobster Rolls

Why not try a decadent lobster roll – fleshy chunks of white lobster meat slathered in a mayonnaise and packed inside a sweet bun.

Crab Linguine

The perfect mix of comforting and fresh, a well-seasoned plate of al dente pasta with delicate crab is a classic. These three have really proven their worth with their take on crab linguine.


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