Bottomless Brunch Now At Del 74

by Nick Harman - Wednesday May 16, 2018 11:05 am

Del 74, the Mexican eatery renowned for their party vibe, are delighted to announce their first ever bottomless brunch menu, available at Dalston every weekend from 11 – 3.

The menu inspired by Enrique’s renowned Aunt Patty features popular Mexican street food dishes such as: Chilaquiles - fried tortilla chips in a rustic tomato sauce served with sour cream & cheese with a fried egg (add chicken, pork rib eye or steak if you’re craving the early morning protein).

Huevos a la Mexicana - scrambled eggs with fresh tomatoes, onions, coriander and served with black beans and Chipotle Corn bread with Smoked Salmon - homemade gluten free Chipotle Chile cornbread topped with smoked salmon, avocado and red onions. Full details of the menu can be found below.

To compliment the dishes and start the ultimate weekend party, guests will be able to drink till their hearts content with an unlimited amount of Del 74’s signature frozen margaritas or Bloody Marys for an hour and a half for only £25!

Bottomless Brunch Menu

Unlimited Bloody Marys, Frozen Margaritas + One Brunch Dish (£25)

Chilaquiles

Fried tortilla chips, in a rustic tomato sauce, sour cream & cheese with a fried egg

With Chicken: Add £2

With Pork Rib eye: Add £2

With Steak: add £3

Chipotle Corn bread with Smoked Salmon

Homemade gluten free Chipotle Chile corn bread.

Topped with smoked salmon, avocado and red onions

Huevos Rancheros (V)

Corn tortillas topped with fried eggs, covered with rustic tomato salsa, served with black beans

Enfrijoladas (V)

Corn tortillas topped with fried eggs covered in Del 74’s signature black bean salsa, sour cream & cheese.

With Chicken: Add £2

With Pork Rib eye: Add £2

With Steak: add £3

Huevos a la Mexicana

Scrambled eggs with fresh tomatoes, onions, coriander

Served with black beans

Steak & Eggs

Choose your eggs, served with beans

£3 surcharge

Bookings and walk ins are both welcome to these ultimate weekend Mexican fiestas.

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