Fun Mexican cantina in central Paisley
A laidback Mexican street food kitchen and bar on New Street, Sangre is the missing link between Paisley and Acapulco. Open all day until late, it is all about getting into the Latin fiesta spirit around here. Visitors are welcome to chill with a daiquiri on a bean bag or settle into a table and make a thorough exploration of the street food menu.
At the weekends, DJs, salsa and the occasional mariachi band mean there is never a dull moment. And if you want to pull on a poncho or slap on a sombrero from the dressing up box then so much the better.
Burritos, nachos, tacos and more
The Mexican street food menu at Sangre encourages diners to design their own dinner. Guests can choose to eat burritos, tacos, nachos, enchiladas, salads or quesadillas. These can be filled with options such as pulled pork, spicy warrior chicken, chilli or sautéed veggies before being topped with a range of tangy salsas and sauces. Another option is to have a bowl of beef chilli and rice topped with Jack cheese and jalapenos. ‘Buen apetito,’ as they say in La Paz. And now Paisley.
Paisley transport and attractions
Sangre is on New Street right next to the Paisley Campus for the University of the West of Scotland. The bar and kitchen are equi-distant from the train stations at Gilmour Street and Canal. Nearby attractions include Paisley Museum and Art Galleries. There is lots of free parking including at the nearby council park on School Wynd.