What's Your Flavour?

Whether you’re a fiery soul or a mild-mannered type, choose exactly how hot (or not) you want your favourite dishes at Chiquito. From fajitas to enchiladas to our brand new ribs and wings, read on to Spice It YOUR Way…

A sure-fire thing...

If you’re a spice fiend who always orders our Volcano spice, you’re a Firestarter. You live life on the edge and habanero has nothing on you. Yes is your mantra, and spice is your life.

You should try: super spicy Pollo Asado with Yucatan sauce, or a beef chilli enchilada served Volcano style

Like it hot?

You’re a Heatseeker. You snooze that alarm, not once but twice; you’ve definitely pulled a sicky; you’re a heat-loving maverick and we salute you.

You should try: Pork Carnitas al Pastor tacos; Hot n Blue ribs

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Walk on the mild side

Usually go for a mild spice? You’re Mild Not Wild. You’re saucy enough as you are, without the added spice (but you might iron your socks).

You should try: Pibil Jackfruit burrito; Chicken tinga quesadilla

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Chilled Out

If you can’t get enough BBQ sauce, you’re a Chillmaster. You’re a ray of sunshine, so laidback you’re almost horizontal, and you’ve ALWAYS got the perfect chill playlist to hand. Everybody needs a Chillmaster in their life.

You should try: BBQ chicken and pulled pork fajitas; BBQ ribs

The secret behind the spice...

Just how DO we hit the perfect spicy notes? Our Chiquito spices are made up of a mix of smoky ancho pepper sauce, and spicy habanero hot sauce. How spicy it tastes depends on how much we put in of each: our mild sauce has just a pinch of habanero and a healthy dose of ancho, while Volcano clocks in at a whopping 80% Habanero. As for BBQ? That’s a secret we’ll never tell…

Feelin' Fresh

For some, salsas and sauces are an afterthought. For us, they’re the star of the show. You just can’t beat the juicy zing of a fresh pineapple salsa, the tomato hit of a pico de gallo or the creamy chunkiness of a zesty guacamole - which is why we make ours in house, everyday.

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What's Your Flavour?

Whether you’re a fiery soul or a mild-mannered type, choose exactly how hot (or not) you want your favourite dishes at Chiquito. From fajitas to enchiladas to our brand new ribs and wings, read on to Spice It YOUR Way…

A sure-fire thing...

If you’re a spice fiend who always orders our Volcano spice, you’re a Firestarter. You live life on the edge and habanero has nothing on you. Yes is your mantra, and spice is your life.

You should try: super spicy Pollo Asado with Yucatan sauce, or a beef chilli enchilada served Volcano style

Like it hot?

You’re a Heatseeker. You snooze that alarm, not once but twice; you’ve definitely pulled a sicky; you’re a heat-loving maverick and we salute you.

You should try: Pork Carnitas al Pastor tacos; Hot n Blue ribs

Book Now

Walk on the mild side

Usually go for a mild spice? You’re Mild Not Wild. You’re saucy enough as you are, without the added spice (but you might iron your socks).

You should try: Pibil Jackfruit burrito; Chicken tinga quesadilla

Book Now

Chilled Out

If you can’t get enough BBQ sauce, you’re a Chillmaster. You’re a ray of sunshine, so laidback you’re almost horizontal, and you’ve ALWAYS got the perfect chill playlist to hand. Everybody needs a Chillmaster in their life.

You should try: BBQ chicken and pulled pork fajitas; BBQ ribs

The secret behind the spice...

Just how DO we hit the perfect spicy notes? Our Chiquito spices are made up of a mix of smoky ancho pepper sauce, and spicy habanero hot sauce. How spicy it tastes depends on how much we put in of each: our mild sauce has just a pinch of habanero and a healthy dose of ancho, while Volcano clocks in at a whopping 80% Habanero. As for BBQ? That’s a secret we’ll never tell…

Feelin' Fresh

For some, salsas and sauces are an afterthought. For us, they’re the star of the show. You just can’t beat the juicy zing of a fresh pineapple salsa, the tomato hit of a pico de gallo or the creamy chunkiness of a zesty guacamole - which is why we make ours in house, everyday.

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