Celebrate Day of the Dead at Wahaca this year!

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Wahaca Day of the Dead

 

Day of the Dead is Mexico’s biggest celebration, and is commemorated on November 2nd each year. It’s traditionally a day of joyful remembrance for loved ones who have passed away.

Food is a huge part of Day of the Dead celebrations, with dishes such as tamales, mole and sweets made with pumpkin common across Mexico. Bakeries are stocked with Day of the Dead breads: sweet, soft pastries decorated with bone-shaped fingers and best served dipped in hot chocolate.

This October and November, Wahaca are marking the occasion with a special feasting menu. From October 30th to November 5th, all Wahaca restaurants – including the Bristol branch – will be getting into the Day of the Dead spirit with traditional Mexican decorations and a set sharing menu.

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The menu features iconic dishes from Wahaca’s menu that are served feasting-style for the whole table to enjoy, along with a margarita or beer for every diner to toast the memory of the departed. The menu is priced at £25 per head and can be seen here – and £1 from every Feast will be donated to charities helping those affected in the recent earthquakes.

To book and to see the full menu, visit the Day of the Dead page on the Wahaca website.

 

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