Taco and tequila bar Dos Dedos (two fingers) has opened its doors in Edgar Mews, Bath.
Owner Harry Bret – who also owns Bath’s Common Rooms and Hideout – caught the taco obsession while travelling through Guatemala, Mexico and Belize, and when the former art gallery space became available, he donned a Mexican wrestling mask and got to work (okay, not that last bit).
Harry describes the menu offering as “a street food stand in the corner of the restaurant”. In fact, the team originally looked to squeeze a food truck into the venue but instead have opted for an open kitchen in the corner of the quirky venue.
On the menu, you’ll find four types of taco including beef and black bean chilli, carnitas, chilli chicken and portobello and black bean chilli. Fresh tortillas are provided by none other than Bristol’s Little Tortilleria.
There are also nachos on offer, piled with three types of melted cheese, jalapeños, house salsa, guacamole and sour cream.
Flip to the drinks menu and nab a flight of four mezcals to start your education into this trendy sip. Of course, if you prefer spirits in your cocktails, there’s always the classic Margarita, here made with Espolon Blanco, triple sec and lime.
More formal tasting events and seasonal food specials are planned, so watch this taco shaped space!