There are a number of Wahacas dotted over London—fun, inexpensive restaurants set up by a former winner of Masterchef. A friend and I headed to the Wardour Street branch, in the heart of Soho; we were seated quickly, even though it was a no-booking restaurant and it was a busy night. We shared five sharing dishes—tacos, quesadillas, and the like. They were all delicious, and we came away absolutely stuffed. It cost us £10 a head, which is an almost unheard-of bargain in the West End. They do a wide range of tequilas, and have foosball in the basement.