This is really NEW Mexican cuisine. I think the locals would prefer the Burrito Lady remains a secret--it's certainly a challenge to find unless you go with a guide! Nestled in the back corner of an older shopping center (next to the barber shop), this restaurant's sign is difficult to read. The whole place is the size of a closet, but there are several tables outside. That being said, there is always a line for this one-woman show. The food is cheap, plentiful, and delicious, but the hours are short--6:30 a.m. until 2 p.m., M-F only. We had carne adovado--one a breakfast version (potatoes and egg added) and one a lunch version (choice of rice, potatoes, or beans). I'm used to spicy food, but this was HOT! My lips were numb and my tongue tingled, but I certainly ate the whole burrito, which was large. There is a good choice of fillings; tacos and enchiladas are also on the menu. Our burritos were $3.75. The Burrito Lady herself is friendly and personable. I don't know the history of this place, but I wouldn't be surprised if it had once been a mobile unit which found a stationary home. I would highly recommend you try it, but remember the motto printed on the menu is "If You Like It Hot." Oh and be forewarned--it's cash only.
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