What's for Lunch? Benito's Hat

By tikichris Last edited 112 months ago
What's for Lunch? Benito's Hat

What's for Lunch? Benito's Hat

Londonist asks that most pressing of daily concerns: where to go on your lunch break.

Benito’s Hat

56 Goodge Street W1T 4NB

0207 637 3732

11.30am-10pm Mon-Wed, 11.30am-11pm Thu-Sat, Closed Sunday

Expect to Pay: around £5 for a burrito

We left our recent lunch at Goodge Street Mexican pit stop, Benito’s Hat, with mixed feelings. The burrito we had was certainly better than ones we’ve had at other burrito stands in this town but had a ways to go before nearing the likes of some of our faves. Service was friendly, and the restaurant’s lime-coloured walls were a welcome and cheerful detour from our less festive Fitzrovian affairs. However, our burrito just wasn’t all that. Compared to, say, Luardo's, Wahaca or Daddy Donkey, it seemed kinda small. And we really would have preferred a more generous helping of salsa on it. It tasted pretty good (nothing offensive) and for around five quid was pretty decent value for money. If ya live or work in the Benito’s proximity, we don’t mind suggesting you keep it in mind. It was an easy lunch at a place with a friendly vibe.

For more reviews of Benito’s Hat, as well as thousands of other London restaurants, take a look at Qype.co.uk.

Photography by Chris Osburn

Last Updated 28 October 2008