Felipe’s autumn special is in!
Our latest burrito was inspired by a recipe from the Benito’s Hat cook book, Real Mexican Food. Felipe has made some changes and used some pretty special, seasonal ingredients. Sweet potato is marinated with Achiote and Guajillo chilli before being roasted and then slow cooked with seasonal Swiss chard and Mushrooms, creating a perfect hearty burrito.
The Super Sweet Potato Burrito comes served up in our 12″ inch flour tortillas, packed with lime & coriander rice and black beans. Wrapping happens after a handful of Monterey Jack Cheese is thrown in, followed with a dollop of sour cream, a squirt of smokey salsa brava and a sprinkle of our chilli roasted pumpkin seeds, for a little extra kick.
What’s more and to make this burrito really super, we’ve teamed up with the brilliant folks at Action Against Hunger, for this year’s Love Food, Give Food campaign. We believe in a world without child hunger and that’s why for every Super Sweet Potato Burrito we sell, we will donate 50p to /@ACF_UK #lovefoodgivefood
Our latest opening takes us back to the streets! If your seeking a burrito in the city, visit our new Liverpool Street kiosk, located just outside of the main station on Bishopsgate.
Every morning from 7.30am, will be serving up awesome Breakfast Tacos and Freshly Brewed Coffee.
From 11am until late will be serving up our menu of signature Burritos, Tacos & Naked’s along with a range of fresh juices, agua frescas and homemade tortilla chips
The wait’s over. Felipe’s latest special has arrived and here’s the deal, we’re wrapping just twenty a day in each restaurant. To avoid disappointment don’t wait around to try. Our latest burrito weighs in at 1/2 kilo and is stuffed to the brim with Free Range British Lamb, Shredded Slaw, Pico de Gallo, Monterey Jack cheese, Black Beans with Avocado Leaves. All this is topped with our latest Avocado & Tomatillo salsa which is made fresh daily in all of our restaurants.
The Lamb Barbacoa is available in our locations except Liverpool St and Selfridges until late July.
Happy Birthday Benito!
Benito Juárez was a Mexican politician and statesman of the late 19th century. It is after this amazing man, and the legend of his penchant for bizarre hats, that Ben and Felipe named their restaurant.
A truly modern leader and champion of the people Benito did thing’s his way, embodying the same Espiritu Libre (free spirit) that Sol champion today. March 21st is Benito’s birthday and at Benito’s Hat we celebrate important days. So from Saturday 21st of March until Sunday 22nd will give you a free Sol when you buy any Burrito or Torta.