Burritos are a staple cuisine of Mexican origin that can be made in many different ways depending the time of day that you plan to eat them. They are versatile and accommodate even the pickiest of eaters. Basically, it is a genius way to shove a lot of food in your mouth all at once, but in a controlled, perfectly wrapped manner. Burrito's popularly feature a protein, pico de gallo, corn, beans and other fresh ingredients and spices depending on the meal. Those making breakfast burritos will often include eggs, protein, and some vegetables into the mix. Restaurants like Chipotle, Qdoba, and Moe's Southwest Grill, allow customers to choose exactly what they want to put into their burrito, and even offer it in the form of a bowl.
Here is what Eat This Not That had to say about the best place to order a burrito in the entire state:
"Burrito House serves up burritos that one reviewer describes as "big, cheap, and tasty." Another customer who ate the pork al pastor burrito praised the "excellent" dish, saying it's "not stuffed with beans and rice like so many. Meat was mixed with vegetables and spread throughout the burrito-not just one end. YUMMM!!!""