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Great burritos. Base price includes all the goodies including what others charge extra for (guacamole, sour cream). The burrito sauce- garlic base cream sauce- was particularly delicious. Friendly counter staff! Yum.
Don't gasp, but at 36 years old, I have never had a burrito. I am not a big fan of Mexican food, but my husband is and I was open to the idea, as it's not your "same old" Mexican restaurant. This was good. I...More
There are not really as many options on hand here as compared to some of the other places around Toronto, but this place deserves some respect as one of the places that started the burrito craze. The food is still good, and the seating is...More
I got the vegetarian burrito and it was big and fat and delicious. I went with my daughter and her friend and theirs were too. We waited only a few minutes to be served. I loe people watching as I eat in this friendly not...More
This is one good mexican joint. unfortunately i only visited once so i can't say i tried much. fantastic burritos...and everything else probably (can't wait for my next visit!).
hungry in kensington? i strongly recommmend u check this place out. excellent food and prices.
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