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Had the Primo burrito! And so glad I did! Hit the spot. This is a no frills place and you definitely go there for the food. Those ladies make about 300 tortillas a day. They close around 2pm, so get there early. Small seating inside...More
Enjoyed the Primo burrito here, but surroundings need a bit more effort. Manic kitchen area with many staff speaking only Spanish makes ordering a little chaotic if your Spanish is virtually non-existent like mine. Tables, chairs and decor have seen better days and could do...More
Was recommended by a lady at the Judd Foundation and what a gem! It’s a relatively small kitchen for the size of the eating areas. There are two large outside areas and two smaller inside areas. Coffee is free with the meal. We shared a...More
This is the best burrito that I'e ever had, and I'e lived in Texas for 25 years. I ordered the Primo. Delicious. Be prepared to use a little Spanish, and depending on the time of year, wait a little. But it's so worth it.
Sorry, but I can't believe this place got #4 on TripAdvisor. We went there for lunch only because we had tried the other two places we could find open. Let me just say that the only thing good I got there was a bottle of...More