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Loco Lobo

Weymouth, Dorset

  • Loco Lobo
  • Loco Lobo

10 Trinity Street, Weymouth, Dorset DT4 8TW, DT4 8TW

Tel: 01305 784782

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We’re situated in South Harbour with inside and outside seating so customers can sit and take in the lovely views right outside our front door.

We specialise in Tex Mex food, Burritos, Quesadillas, Chilli, Chimichangas, Tacos and Nachos.

Our Pork Carnitas is made using quality pork shoulder, cooked very slowly ensuring the taste is full and flavoursome.

Our Cajun Chicken is a typical South American dish originating from Louisiana on the Gulf of Mexico.

Our Chilli is made the traditional Texan way with chunky beef and slow cooked for many hours to enhance the flavour, with just a hint of dark chocolate to make it rich and luxurious.

We also do a very tasty vegan 3 bean Chilli for those who prefer a non meat option.

We can also supply gluten free options.

With a range of tasty starters and desserts we can fill even the emptiest belly.

A wide range of Tequila and Mexican cocktails completes the Loco Lobo experience.

We have a room available for private parties and can cater to suit your event.

We have a 5 star food hygiene rating and are members of the Nationwide Caterers Association.

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