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Posted by anonymous on 08/25/2009
The burritos are huge and well priced. A good option before a movie across the street. Love all the vegetarian options (even for a mexican food place). A little stifling in the summer. They need to get some fans or AC for the back tables.
Posted by BrooklynGal on 06/26/2009
Although the place itself looks like a seedy pizzeria, the food is always fresh and tasty and is a great value for the money. The workers are always nice,too. We usually get take-out but it's a good place to grab a bite before or after a movie at the Cobble Hill Theatre.
Posted by frank on 01/05/2009
this place is cheap, the people are nice, and it is tastefull. def recomended
Posted by Anonymous on 12/18/2008
The place lacks the hipness and charm of Pacifico, Alma and some of the others in the area, but the Grande Burrito is huge. Definitely my first choice when I'm dining without my wife and I want something cheap and filling.
Posted by vip on 02/23/2008
not too spicy, thank god. ingredients are really fresh, meat is cooked to order, and delivery comes fast. delicious. i have no idea why people don't like this place - the best burrito i've had in nyc by a landslide. salsa is tangy but not too hot, very fresh chunks of tomato, onions, and plenty of cilantrio. burritos have plenty of cheese as well.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/08/2008
I've ordered from here twice and both times got a pretty tasty burrito. They're big and a great value. I preferred the steak one over the pork I had before. I would NOT recommend the guacamole however. Oddly in their menu they make a point of saying that they don't have any fillers, so when I got it I was surprised: mostly tomatoes amongst an avocado-like sauce, no chunks of avocado. Don't order it. Stick with the burrito only.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/19/2007
if you're hungry and want a burrito, this place gets it done.