Table booked for 20:30 @ Wahaca Southbank, Queen Elizabeth Hall
London, SE1 8XX.
Telephone: 0207 928 1876
Waterloo (Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern, SWR): exit the main railway station, cross over to the Royal Festival Hall (big grey building by the river). Up the steps and turn right. Walk along the riverside and it's on your right, beneath the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Embankment (Bakerloo, Circle, District, Northern): cross Jubilee bridge and take the steps down to the left. Walk along the riverside and it's on your right, beneath the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Not so long ago, cheap tequila shots, mind-numbing spices and greasy tortilla chips were what sprang to mind when Britain went out for a ‘Mexican’. Wahaca shook things up and started doing things a little differently, to show people in the UK how vibrant and delicious Mexican food really was.
Mexican street food is totally ageless and classless. On top of that, the food has so much integrity in the flavours and the sourcing of the products. That’s what Wahaca constantly work to bring to life, continually looking to the markets of Mexico for inspiration and recreating their wonderful food over here.
They've worked hard to match the flavours of Mexico with ingredients that they can get hold of to create a constantly evolving, seasonal menu with ingredients sourced as locally as possible, or grown and transported with care for the environment. Wahaca's mantra is to create a sustainable restaurant business that is ageless and classless. Everyone should eat with their hands (or their forks if they really want to) – get stuck in and be social knowing the food they are eating isn't costing the earth in the process.
Please only RSVP if you're 100% sure of attending, as we can only accommodate 6 people... Don't forget to message me or change your RSVP to not attending, if you are not coming along, in order for those who can attend to be added to the list (I'll provide my phone number). Failure to do so could result in temporary removal from the group. Advance thanks for your understanding!
I don’t charge fees for attending our meet-ups. All I ask is that a one-off discretionary donation is made for your first time. This is to help cover the cost of running the group. Meetup groups are not free to run and cost £180 over the course of a year. I've put a link below (Paypal) where you give a one-off donation of £10 (or any amount) to help out. The group will always remain free so there is no obligation but it would be greatly appreciated. The link works on both desktops and smartphones.
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Shyness and social anxiety can hold guys back from forming meaningful platonic and romantic relationships. It can be tough enough ‘coming out’, but being introverted can make it even more of a challenge and sometimes you need a gentle push.
Queer Lifestyle is about more than simply accepting and embracing different gender identities and sexual preferences. It transcends those bubbles. In the sense that people can learn to love and accept themselves, even if they did feel "different", in any way, shape or form. This group encourages people to cultivate self-love through their life experiences and activities.