TACO TIME!

Long day?  Yup, know the feeling but we soon felt better after a Paloma cocktail and a sharing taco plate, enjoyed at the new Benito’s Hat in Clerkenwell last week.

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WARM YOURSELVES WITH A MEXICAN!

We had a super chilled, slightly spicy, post work pit stop and felt all the better for it! Nothing like a full satisfied belly!! This new addition to the ample restaurants already booming on St Johns Street makes for a colourful,  stress free Mexican feast-fiesta on the way home.

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DE-COMPRESS WITH A HAPPY HOUR COCKTAIL (S)

Dullsville dry Jan is almost over ( not that we did it), so retox good n’ proper –  full advantage of the 2 4 1 ‘Happy Hour’ from 5 till 7pm  on the cocktails. Grab a friend and wake up your taste buds with some simple fresh Mexican food.

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A FUN EAT – BUILD YOUR OWN TACO

The interiors are warm vibrant and just quirky enough to offer some character without being too in your face and the Paloma cocktail was possibly the best thing to happen to us for a while.

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LIKED THE QUIRKY INTERIORS. RE FASHIONED BUCKETS FOR LIGHTS

We really like the totally relaxed vibe the evening offered but imagine that this place gets rammed in the day with hungry lunch timers vying for a handy, pick your own filling burrito (they are launching an app and online ordering system soon too).

With 5  now open, there are plenty of Benito’s Hats to choose from: Covent Garden, Oxford Circus, Kings Cross, Good Street and now Farringdon – where we enjoyed our dinner.

Benito’s Hat/ 12-‐14 St. John Street, London EC1M 4AY/ Open for Breakfast, lunch and dinner/ Closed Sunday

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