resist trying a cart of this name, and I recall a fellow burrito friend suggesting it. They offer all the standard grub, and some enticing extras.
Oh man, I'm getting hungry just thinking about writing this review. I'll be back after I have a snack...
... ok, on with the review!
The Chile Relleno Burrito
Ingredients: Chile relleno, pinto beans, rice, guacamole, pico, cotija cheese
Size: Big Papa
Sides: Green and Habanero Sauce
Of course I had to get this one! I assume they know their way around a pepper. High hopes friends, high hopes.
This guy was grilled and sealed like a fat little envelope stuffed with surprises. The tortilla was infused with garlic, adding a nice flavor without being overwhelming.
Delving inside, the shining star of the show was no doubt the chile relleno. It was so fresh, perfectly textured, and spanned the entire length of the burrito. Mmm mm mmmm! The poblano had a hearty meatiness about it, pulling apart enticingly between my teeth with each smokey bite, yummy creamy cheese through its core. The beans and rice were alright, and the guacamole and pico added that lovely cooling touch.
My husband tried the rajas poblano burrito, which includes a pepper mixed with onion and cream, and I must say it was also quite tasty (if you like a creamier kind of burrito).
What what? 4.2 stars out of 5
Will I return? Why yes, I'd love to try more burritos or just get the relleno again and again until I explode.