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El Camino Cantina launches Cult Classics Delivered dine-at-home service

Tex-Mex rebel El Camino Cantina is making the tortillas, mixing the margaritas, and spicing up the buffalo wings for its new Cult Classics Delivered home-delivery service

Home diners can add some Tex-Mex ambience to their next iso get-together, with El Camino Cantina’s famous colourful sombreros, which are free with every order. Order a fiesta pack and celebrate the return of the cult classics with the crew.

 

The next-day, Sydney-wide delivery service – shop.elcaminocantina.com.au – will quash Tex-Mex cravings until each super-sized El Camino Cantina diner re-opens for business, which is expected later in the Government’s roadmap to recovery process.

 

El Camino Cantina’s signature margaritas are delivered in 500ml bottles of classic, mango and strawberry flavours, ready to be poured over ice and served on the rocks. A Margarita of the Week will be released weekly. Dial up the experience with a Cadillac Margarita, which includes a shot of Grand Marnier.

 


Starters include 1-kilogram serves of chicken wings with buffalo or BBQ sauce; a trio of dips – queso, guacamole and chilli con carne – with sour cream and cheese; and a DIY guacamole kit.

 

Main dishes include chicken or pulled pork enchiladas with beans, rice, green sauce and Mexican salad; and steak or chicken fajitas with rice, beans, sour cream, pico de gallo, vegetables and cheese.

 


Home diners can build their own nachos and tacos using easy kits for two people, or choose the four-person Ultimate Fiesta Pack that includes DIY guacamole, all the ingredients for chicken and beef fajitas, four fudge brownies and two bottles of margaritas.

 

Other drinks include red and white sangria, which is available in 1-litre bottles, six-packs of Dos Equis, Tecate, Corona, and Pacifico, and bottles of XO Patrón and 1800 Coconut Tequila.

 

Rockpool Dining Group Chief Executive Officer Thomas Pash said El Camino Cantina’s Cult Classics Delivered service was the first step in bringing back the group’s much-loved Tex-Mex dishes.

 

“We know our loyal customers must be suffering El Camino Cantina withdrawals, we are too, so we’re delivering our biggest hits to diners’ homes until our restaurants reopen,” Mr Pash said.

 

“The DIY guacamole, nachos and taco kits are fun and easy to use. Throw in our famous margaritas and signature touches such as free corn chips, salsas and sombreros and it’s a pretty cool dine-at-home experience.”

 

Deliveries are made to a large range of suburbs Sydney-wide. Order before 2pm for next-day delivery. There are no deliveries on Sundays.