Breddos have been opening pop-ups all over the London, but the Soho location is their second permanent site. Breddos’ fun (if not at all authentic) approach to Mexican cuisine continues here, and you’ll eat things like crab and bone marrow nachos with a cured egg yolk. Or an excellent fish taco with an optional £2 caviar supplement. With all that experimentation, Breddos does from time to time have a dish to that fails to make an impact, but mostly you’re guaranteed something interesting, delicious, and reasonably priced food. The set up is larger than their Clerkenwell site, but it gets extremely busy at peak times - so we suggest swinging by for lunch or a very early dinner to avoid a wait.
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