The Holy Mountain KitchenSouth American
Unapologetic late night bar food. This place treads the line between pop-up, supper club, and mobile kitchen. All the tableware is disposable.
Tacos hang over the edge of paper plates, three at a time. They’re filled with frills of shaved skirt steak and crispy potato, tequila-laced pork shoulder, or handfuls of crunchy whitebait. They’re wrapped in waxy tortillas that have a toasty corn sweetness, which adds to the flavour, rather than just being a raft for the fillings. Each comes with a tailored hot sauce, made in-house and mercifully left to apply to your own tastes/at your own peril.
Vegan and vegetarian options are given fair consideration rather than treated like an inconvenient stepchild; there’s jackfruit ones, where the slow-cooked fruit – zingy with spiced pear – resembles something between pulled pork and chicken shawarma, as well as the deep-fried avocado tacos.