Santo Remedio Pops Up in Tooting Market to celebrate Mexican Independence Day!
Come and celebrate Mexican Independence Day as the Mexicans would in an indoor covered market with traditional food, delicious Don Julio Tequila cocktails, live music, Movimientos DJ, travel bar Bindlesticks open and watch our chefs cook.
On Saturday 14th September from 7.30pm we will serving:
1. Grasshoppers Tostada
Lightly pan fried in garlic infused olive oil with homemade chipotle sea salt served over fresh Guacamole
2. Trio of Antojitos Mexicanos
Huitlacoche Quesadilla Mexican chorizo & black bean sope and a potato filled crispy rolled taquito served with salsa roja and verde
This is the dish everyone in Mexico will be eating to celebrate Mexican Indepedence Day. A hearty bowl of delicious silky broth served with pulled pork and hominy topped with shredded lettuce, radishes, oregano, chile piquin and tostadas on the side
4. Spicy Mexican Chocolate Sorbet
Served with Orange Sponge Cake
Open until 1AM with DJ and Cash Bar
Don Julio Hibiscus Margarita > £4
Don Julio Blanco, Triple Sec, Hibiscus Flower Juice, topped with fresh Lime Juice & Lemonade
Don Julio Paloma > £4
Don Julio Blanco, Pink Grapefruit Juice, Vanilla Syrup & Soda
The Don Punch > £5
Don Julio Anejo, Fresh lime Juice, Agave Syrup, Green Tea, Freash Ginger & Lemon Bitters
£35pp including complimentary cocktail and gift bag including La Costeña cooking products
We look forward to seeing you!
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Great food, great location - painful service
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reviewed on 16 September 2013
The cooking and the atmosphere for this event was everything I could have hoped for - the meals were imaginative and full of flavour - the pozole in particular was mind-blowingly good. Also, located in Tooting market gave the even a real local food feel. The only problem was the slow, slow service. An hour and a half after seating all we had eaten was one tostadita, and after three hours we finally had a main. The atmosphere was jolly, which helped to keep things moving - and the staff were lovely and friendly. But at some point, you start getting hungry - and I think we were left waiting 20 minutes too long between courses. It's a real shame, because it spoiled the memory of what was some wonderful food.
Santo Remedio > Cocina Mexicana responded on
16 September 2013:
Hi James, thank you so much for reviewing the pop up. We are so pleased you enjoyed the atmosphere and the food, it is what Santo Remedio are all about!
Unfortunately slow service is not what we are about and sadly we were let down by our fryers and ended up having to cook our fresh dishes for 80 people on only two gas hobs. We do apologise for this and for that experience you had. We hope to see you at one of our supperclubs for a more intimate experience.
Happy Mexican Independence Day!