Nana mexico


We make it your way-just follow two steps


    Chihuahua state born wrap

  • Mexico city tacos

    The classic street food since Aztec times

  • Quesadillas

    Like a Mexican pizza (but better)

  • Tortas

    A Mexican sandwich big enough to keep builders working all day

  • Fresh nachos

    Made with our hand made tortilla chips, fried freshly everyday

  • Salads

    Make it your own

  • Baby big-ass burrito

    Take a 10" tortilla and knock £1.00 off the price

  • Enchilada

    3 filled corn tortillas covered in smoky chile sauce

  • Kids meal

    Baby item guacamole and drink £3.50

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  • Chicken£6.29

    Marinated chicken breast

  • Seasoned beef£6.29

    100% British beef

  • POrk belly£6.29

    Marinated and slowly braised

  • Carnitas£6.29

    Slow cooked pork

  • Barbacoa£7.29

    Lamb, marinated and braised

  • Tinga£6.29

    Chicken & chorizo in chipotle sauce

  • Steak£7.29

    Cooked upon order everytime

  • Vegetarian£5.79

    Roasted peppers and onion

  • Chorizo£6.29

  • Beans£4.99


Guacamole   99p 
Sour Cream  30p
Tortilla Chips & Salsa  99p
Tortilla Chips & Guacamole  £1.99
Fajita Mix  50p
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Daisy Dickinson

Breakfast is served daily from 8am-12pm at our Petty Cury restaurant.

Five corporate catering packages to suit your budget and hunger levels! Download our menu and order form.







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Cooking Together

Cooking Together is an initiative that runs one-day workshops in prisons.
People employed in a local business work alongside people who are in prison to teach them how to prepare a feast for the other people who live and work on their wing. The day concludes with the trained team serving the food they have made and everyone eating together.

‘Being involved in our community in this way gives more meaning to the work of my staff and it exposes people in prison to a trade that is noble and useful and that they may have skills for. In both cases, as a business, I benefit from having people that find meaning and purpose in working for me and, in the long run, I help to create a qualified workforce. I have found people in prison are keen to work hard given the opportunity. A successful business is where everybody benefits, and I think this initiative is a good example of that.’

Luis Navarro,
Founder and owner Nanna Mexico


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Here at Nanna Mexico, we do more than serve delicious and authentic food. We believe that every great meal should also be served with a great story.

Once upon a time in Mexico City, lived my nanna, Margarita. The year was 1958 and times were hard. As a single mother living in a cramped room with seven kids, you need dedication, and my nanna was nothing if not dedicated.

Some called her crazy, but she decided one day that having seven mouths to feed wasn’t enough. She was going to feed the entire neighbourhood.

Out she went into the street, carrying her kitchen table laden with fresh ingredients. In a way, this was the first Nanna Mexico. A table in the middle of the barrio bravo. And from that day on my nanna worked her magic; turning market-bought ingredients into mouth-watering meals for the local factory workers. It was simple and it was good.


From her experiences, nanna taught me three rules that
I have followed to this day:

Buy fresh

Cook simple

Waste nothing

Nanna Mexico is born out of the spirit my nanna passed on to me. It is born out of the hardship of the Mexican streets. Out of the fight for survival. And out of the intense passion that such a life breeds.

This passion was behind my creation of Nanna Mexico nine years ago, a passion to bring my nanna’s Mexico to the UK in one authentic piece. The smells, the colours, the textures, and most importantly, the ingredients of my nanna’s kitchen are what you will find here.
We’ve come a long way from that table in the street, but I like to think that my role now is the same as my nanna’s was way back then. To serve you delicious, fresh food to nourish you for the day ahead.

And now that I have served you a story for your heart and mind, I hope that you will treat your stomach to one of my nanna’s authentic delicacies.

Thank you,

Luis. The Mexican.