Enchilada papa suiza (potato and cheese) smothered with tomatillo salsa is blissfully squidgy, cheesy and tangy, and the choice of stuffed peppers delightful
Perhaps, at the risk of being controversial, there is no such thing as "gourmet" Mexican food?
We were particularly impressed by taco de chorizo, its crumbly meaty filling perfectly offset by a thin guacamole and chopped coriander, and a toasted veggie quesadilla layered with melted cheese and tiny pieces of diced onion
Ducksoup is so perfectly a restaurant of today,
Better than Wahaca? Almost certainly. But at three times the price you'd hope so.
there is more ambitious and better Mexican food here than is otherwise currently available in London, but I wouldn’t want to debate the claim with an expert.
I wish I hadn't spent £16.31 on my lunch at La Bodega Negra, but at least now I have, I'll know not to go again. And I guess now so do you.