Chez LaLee has been serving classic Mexican cuisine to the diners of Kingston-upon-Thames for well over a decade and remains one of the town’s most vibrant dining destinations.
Opened back in 1990, Chez LaLee is the perfect choice for any kind of dining occasion and is a particular favourite for parties and group celebrations. The restaurant’s atmosphere is always fun and friendly with zesty Mexican music playing in the background, which creates a jovial ambience that’ll really set the mood for the fantastic menu.
Diners can expect a menu filled with classic Mexican dishes, all cooked fresh to order using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. Some of the tantalising appetisers will gear up the stomach for more Mexican cuisine, with some excellent examples include the classic Nacho con Quese, a heap of nachoes drenched in melted cheese and salsa, and the enchanting Guacamole Prawn, which rests on a bed of shredded lettuce and comes with red salsa and olives.
There are fajitas, tacos, burritos and enchiladas to name but a few of the delicious dishes on offer. Some exemplary dishes are the enticing Sincoronizades, known as a ‘Mexican pizza’ which consists of two layers of flour tortillas covered with Chez LaLee’s special toppings, and the monstrous chimichanga, which is essentially a gigantic fried fajita and is only for the truly brave and ravenous.
Round off the Mexican feast with a traditional and tantalising dessert, such as the charming Mexican Fried Banana and the divine Apple Chimichanga, both drizzled with cream, chocolate and toffee sauce.
The restaurant is conveniently located close to the Kingston-upon-Thames train station and just a short walk from the river Thames, making it the perfect choice for a meal out in the centre of town. Having recently changed locations yet still within the same area, come and see for yourself what new improvements the team at Chez LaLee have made to their menu, décor and the dining experience as a whole.
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available on Bank Holidays or Celebration Days including, but not limitied to, Valentine's Day, Father's Day, Mothering Sunday, etc.