This is my 1st visit to this branch, the other time it was at westfield and it was more of a canteen experience.
Wahacha at canary wharf was more of a dining experience seating in the park pavilion you can over look Canada sq.
As soon as you walk in you can hear the buzzing music, and open kitchen where the cooks are preparing diners food.
Similar to wagamma the menu is printed out on paper. Me and my friend was going to go for tapas selection bit we was told the portions was small.
I went for a mexican classic pork pibil, tender marinated perfectly and was rich in flavour a tad little spicy. It came wrapped in a parcel which was annoying for me to keep opening to grab food on my fork. The beans was soft, and the rice was cooked well enough that was in between hard to soft.
I really loved the aqua frecas drink, known as hibiscus water, I don’t usually like cranberry juice, but the juice had sweet, floral and fruity notes. The juice is made of cranberry, mexican flower and lime.
Overall I enjoyed the meal the damaged was £10.50.canary wharf, food, Mexican, wahacha