Mole Taco Bar at Cocochan

3.6
2 reviews
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£25 and under
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Mexican
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  • Casual
  • Bar Seating
  • Good for a Date
POP-UP KITCHEN
TUESDAYS & WEDNESDAYS
AT COCOCHAN, JAMES STREET
WE’RE BACK! MOLE TACO BAR WILL BE POPPING UP IN THE FABULOUS BASEMENT BAR OF COCOCHAN RESTAURANT BASED IN ST CHRISTOPHER’S PLACE - A SHORT WALK FROM OUR OLD PICTON PLACE VENUE.
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London
1 review
Dined on 27 February 2019
Overall 2food 2service 2ambience 2

Store bought nachos - all I have to say! Tacos were ok, everything else was bad, service was too fussy. Don't go. El Pastor does great tacos if you want them, and even Wahaca is better.

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Leipzig
2 reviews
Dined on 26 February 2019
Overall 3food 2service 3ambience 3

A friend recommended Mole Taco and I was very much looking forward to fresh authentic food.

Unfortunately I left quite disappointed. The portions are very small but very expensive.

We had the guacamole with tortilla chips for starter - guacamole was very chunky, lacked a bit of lime and salt. Tortilla chips were from a bag and not fresh (for £9 I’d expect more)

Had beef, fish and prawn tacos - the sweet potato was soggy , the sauce with prawns was bitter, again very small bites, didn’t seem freshly prepared as everything was like warm at best.

Service and Ambiente - when eating Mexican I don’t want to be told “bon appetite” as it just doesn’t fit the food. The place isn’t as cozy as other restaurants I’ve been too, clean but nothing memorable really.

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