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“Great food, great ice cream parlor”
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The Wild Burrito
Cuisines: Mexican
Description: 609-523-9453
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Description: 609-523-9453
Reviewed July 5, 2012

We love this place. Good food and the kids love their sundaes!

Thank Denamomhon
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Reviewed July 2, 2012

All in all, they were very fresh and tasty burritos without being overstuffed like the chain burrito places can be. The basic salsa does taste a bit like tomato sauce, a little on the sweet side, but it holds up okay in the burrito itself; as dip with chips or a quesadilla, it’s uninspiring. The Three Wild Pigs had nice flavor, as was the vegetarian burrito. The guacamole is super fresh and tastes perfectly of avocado. There’s limited seating (two booths) in the restaurant, and the satellite radio station was playing a little bit loud, but it was fine for waiting around for the food to be prepared (I did takeaway twice, instead of ever eating in the building). They also offer a delivery service. All in all, it was fresher and tastier than the chains.

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Thank TCarterR
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Reviewed June 26, 2012

I was extremely excited to try this place after passing by on a bike ride, but I was unfortunately disappointed. I got the beef grande nachos which had basically no flavor at all, the beef was completely unseasoned and just not good. The tortilla chips on the other hand were very delicious. My friend got a quesadilla which included about a pound of cheese and unseasoned grilled chicken (if you could find it among the cheese) . Salsa served with it tasted like watered down tomato sauce. My other friend got a green chile burrito, with ghost chile sauce, this also had little to no flavor and the "ghost chile" sauce was barely spicy. All in all, we were extremely disappointed. Oh and this put us back $30. Way overpriced.

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1  Thank vcusick
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