New Year’s Eve Taco Party Feast EL-PASTOR
New Year’s Eve Taco Party Feast EL-PASTOR
New Year’s Eve Taco Party Feast EL-PASTOR
New Year’s Eve Taco Party Feast EL-PASTOR
New Year’s Eve Taco Party Feast EL-PASTOR
New Year’s Eve Taco Party Feast EL-PASTOR
New Year’s Eve Taco Party Feast EL-PASTOR
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New Year’s Eve Taco Party

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“Mexican dining culture is very much about conviviality,” explains Crispin Somerville, co-founder of El Pastor, “the food is put in the middle of the table, and people pile in.” In this spirit, El Pastor’s New Year’s Eve celebration menu features a centrepiece of braised short rib, accompanied by corn tortillas, salsas, sides, snacks and drinks, designed for everyone to gather round and get stuck in.

Kick off the celebrations with one of the restaurant’s notorious margaritas, made with a generous measure of El Jimador reposado tequila, plenty of lime juice, Cointreau and a little sugar syrup, or opt for the alcohol-free agua de piña – a refreshing drink flavoured with pineapple, lime and a subtle hint of chilli.

There are also Mexican snacks, including house-made totopos (corn tortilla chips) with tarragon-scented guacamole, and crisp blue corn tostadas piled with sashimi-grade yellowfin tuna marinated in sesame, soy and arbol chilli.

For the short rib, grass-fed Angus beef is braised for twelve hours in a rub made with muscovado sugar, coriander, cumin, garlic, oregano and paprika until rich in flavour and falling off the bone. It’s served with authentic corn tortillas, made fresh using heirloom, organic Mexican maize, as well as a selection of salsas, esquites (a Mexican sweetcorn dish) and El Pastor’s refritos charros – slow-cooked pinto beans with salty nuggets of smoked chorizo, crispy pork belly and topped with jalapeños.