Here's why... my first reaction to the food was 3 stars, but what I found as I finished my meal (despite being less hungry with each bite), was that it grew on me. I had an asada taco and a vegetarian burrito exactly as the house prepared them. It was odd to have shredded cabbage in an asada burrito. The meat wasn't anything special. Nor was their squeeze bottle salsa (but it wasn't bad, either). Both the burrito and the taco were bland without the salsa squeezed on it (I prefer the ingredients to have been seasoned during cooking). I was thinking, "typical NorCal weak substitute for a real taqueria."
But, I confess, the cabbage in the burrito ended up being enjoyable. I also thought the flour tortilla was excellent quality (normally not a fan of flour) and it was "toasted" just right. The way the burrito was constructed was also great-- the cheese had melted into one side, then there were the beans, then the cabbage-- so you had food zones, if you will. There was a part in the middle where everything blended together, but on the sides you could find more singular bites. The beans were cooked perfectly.
The portions are large, the ingredient quality was good, the prices low; I walked more impressed than I was five minutes into the meal. Their happy hour prices would definitely make this a hang for me and friends because for $20.00 you could get a pitcher of beer, a taco and a burrito. The place was clean and the servers professional.
So actually, I would go there again!
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