Ranchera Burger – Corazón x Haché

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We are excited to announce the launch of our latest burger collaboration: The Ranchera Burger: by Corazón’s Laura Sheffield.

£1 from the sale of each burger will go to Me late leer, a charity set up by Corazon, which aims to help fight illiteracy amongst primary school children in Mexico.

The Ranchera Burger will keep you going all day long. Laura Sheffield has converted a typical Mexican breakfast into a stunning and delicious burger that will tick all your boxes.
Black bean purée, Haché burger, queso fresco, Clarence Court fried egg, guacamole, salsa ranchera, pickled red onions and a bit of cilantro 🇲🇽

This stunning creation is available for the next 6 weeks at all restaurants.

LAURA SHEFFIELD

Native Texan by way of New York City, Laura launched Corazón three years ago, setting out on her own after a career managing some of the UK’s best-loved restaurants. Laura saw a gap in the market for fresh, authentic, Mexican food, served with a sunny spirit. Corazón has as its core, Mexican cuisine’s ability to make us happy – a spirit of feeling good about both what’s on our plate, in our glass, and beyond.  Corazón’s bustling dining room is a ‘hidden gem’ tucked just beyond Oxford Street, offering an inventive and flavourful Mexican-inspired menu in an environment inspired by vintage Mexico and California. Corazón’s vibrant food is prepared entirely on the premises, utilising handmade salsas, spice blends and moles, and slow, flavourful cooking processes. Tacos feature at the heart of the menu, served on homemade tortillas.

Corazón is at 29 Poland Street, Soho W1F 8QR Or visit Tacos Corazon in Westfield Shepherds Bush

www.corazonlondon.co.uk  

Laura’s Charity is ‘Me Late Leer’, Corazon’s project created to support literacy in primary school children in Mexico City.

In Mexico, 25 million out of 120 million-population do not have access to books and reading materials. 45% of Mexicans have never entered a library or a bookshop. Functional illiteracy affects 31 million Mexicans. They believe every child deserves the tools they need to pursue a happy life, and that books and literacy are paramount. Their aim is to promote the power of books and to cultivate a love of reading in primary school children across Mexico City. They run ‘inspiration events’ : inviting children’s authors to present their books to the children in a creative way, with the books gifted after. ‘Me Late Leer’ has also provided a comfortable reading space for children with access to a range of the most exciting children’s books, from a group of Mexican authors.

Charity No. 1126568. Learn more

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