This place is becoming a favourite. The best part is that your ingredients are fresh (but check the tilapia and chorizo if you like those - they can get/look "tired" because they are less popular). Like Paul B says, the staff is inconsistent. I like to be very specific with them. A stack of napkins is highly recommended, especially if you do not have the staff drain the liquid from several ingredients/fillings. Expect your burrito to leak and/or fall apart as you get to the bottom. I suggest not putting it down as you eat. I have not had a "bad" burrito here (I have at another location). I think the reasonably good turnover on the ingredients I prefer keeps everything fresh, and I do carefully watch the preparation of burrito. Decent value, but 99¢ for guacamole just doesn't sit right, particularly when there are other Mexican restaurants that offer it at no extra charge. Unless you have a huge appetite and the stomach for it, you probably do not need to order a large burrito or any sides.
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