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AKA: The one with all the tacos, duh
The deal: Formerly – and still, sort of – a street food stall starting out in Netil House Market, Breddos Tacos have shot to foodie fame for one reason only: their tacos. Shying away from offering “authentic” Mexican has meant the owners, Nud and Chris, have been able to play around and cook up anything to go on the little wheat discs, as long as it's awesome. Where ever they pop up, it's always the perfect dining spot for dropping by with a big group of friends, ordering lots of plates and getting stuck in to their exciting Mexi-whatever menu.
The food: This is Mexican by way of Italy, California, Vietnam – there's no ingredient or flavour that's off-bounds to Breddos. Plus, they set themselves the challenge of rarely repeating dishes, so there'll always be new combos to try. Their classic dish is the short-rib taco, with their secret rub giving it just enough spice and slow cooking it so it falls apart, ready to be caught with the tacos. Miso glazed Underblade steak is hearty and decadent, with a good shot of habanero chilli (£6). The Baja fish is another favourite, flaky, juicy and set off with lime aioli and jalapenos (£6). For the veggies, there's a light, tangy option of pickled beetroot, carrot, queso fresco and pine nuts (£5). A special shout out to their buttermilk fried chicken (£6) and the guacamole served with blue corn tortilla chips (£5).
Signature dish: Short rib taco. It's what their rapidly expanding empire is built on.
The chefs: Nud Dudhia and Chris Whitney
When to dine: Weekends, or a mid-week feast
Damage to pocket: With two tacos priced at around £6, feast away
File under: Great with mates, brunching, celebrate good times