Monday, September 22, 2008

Crazy Homies, Westbourne Grove

Delicious, delicious food in Crazy Homies.  We booked for 7 on a Friday night and the place was rammed.  A table for three consisted of a small round affair, more like a cafe than a restaurant, with two on a booth and me perched on stool.  It wasn't the most comfortable restaurant experience - when I went to the loos I decided I would much rather have been downstairs which was way bigger and had more party-esque music.

However, we ordered margharitas, both original and strawberry, and shared chicken nachos to begin which was a generous portion with jalapeno, black olives and coriander as well as the usual cheese, salsa and sour cream combo.  

Continuing the chicken vibe we also shared mains - enchiladas, burritos and quesadilla.  They all tasted really hot and fresh, not like they had been sitting somewhere and getting soggy for ages, which is sometimes the case.  The chicken was beautifully marinated, too.

The service was friendly, although they were pushed to the limit as it was so busy.  A fun night out and worth a try.

Two courses and two cocktails: £30 per head

Value: 7/10

Service: 7/10

Atmosphere: 7/10

Food: 8/10

SCORE: 29/40

Crazy Homies, 125 Westbourne Park Road, London, W2 5QL.  Tel: 020 77276771.

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