Lying in wait where the old London Road north meets Dorking’s High Street and Reigate Road, Dos Bandidos have snared more than a handful of unsuspecting diners with their explosive mix of Mexican cuisine, drink, and atmosphere. Casual dining is rewarded with a bounty of starters and tapas to start – the kitchen lets you mix and match if you’re indecisive. Following this warm-up, you’re going to be running the gauntlet between nachos, tacos and quesadillas before the showdown proper has even begun. Featuring live music from Monday to Saturday, reservations are a must for this town centre hotspot.
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Service wasn't partially good but we think the waiter was a new starter so not his fault, could have done with some help from more experienced waiters... for example started taking all the plates away before people had finished their meals! Food was warm not hot.
Fantastic food, fantastic service. Overall great place. Can’t wait to go back again. People are lovely. 5th time and still love it there. I’ll be coming again soon
The service was good and the food was greatly enjoyed. No problems there. Just a couple of things. There doesn't seem to be much heating in the restaurant. Luckily it wasn't a cold night! Also the ladies toilet entrance needs a light it was rather dark. The hats were fun and we were able to take photos.
There’s a fiesta in Dorking and it’s taking place in the heart of the town centre, just around the corner where High Street and Reigate Road intersect. Situated on London Road, Dos Bandidos lures you into its brightly decorated interior with a fiery mix of Mexican bites, tipples and vibes. Take your pick from the wide range of tapas for starters, or simply get the restaurant’s tapas platter to share with your crew.
Hefty fajitas and gaucho-style steaks await those who can handle the heat at Dos Bandidos – among the latter, the 10-ounce prime, juicy ribeye steak topped with a heady blend of garlic butter and smoked chilli sauce is one hot favourite. More BBQ, seafood and salad options complete the food menu, while the cocktails menu is a class act of its own. After all that spice, you’ll want to wash down a tropical pina colada to cool your boots, although we highly recommend that you try the Mexican Matador for its intoxicating hit of vodka, melon liqueur, Jose Cuervo silver tequila and amaretto. As the saying goes, “Don’t siesta, let’s fiesta!” Why take a snooze when you can feast and party at this homely spot in central Dorking? Reserve now at Dos Bandidos for the best seats.