Juans Flying Burrito
- General Info:
- Juan s Flying Burrito is a Mexican-style restaurant with a location in New Orleans. The restaurant serves a range of starters, nachos, salads, burritos and quesadillas. It also offers cheese, beef, pollo verde and shredded pork enchiladas, as well as Americanos and fish tacos. Juan s Flying Burrito s beverage menu includes juices, lemonade, cocktails and margaritas. The restaurant specializes in catering and offsite event planning services. It offers chips and salsa, guacamole and taco and Tijuana Caesar salads. Juan s Flying Burrito provides jerk chicken super green, mojado, and gutter and veggie punk burritos. The restaurant additionally offers a variety of domestic and Mexican beers.
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, amex, visa
Juan's Flying Burrito
- Mexican Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Caterers, Latin American Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Mexican, Caribbean, Latin American, Cajun & Creole
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Everything I have eaten here has been delicious: the beans and rice dip appetizer, the shrimp tacos, cheese enchiladas. But my absolute favorite is the Jerk-Chicken burrito. I used to go there every week for lunch when I worked downtown. I go out of my way to eat there now. Just love it. Don't roll up at seven at night on a Friday though, the place will be packed!
Went for the first time after a friend recommended it for happy hour. Although drink prices were not too hot (for happy hour I mean), the food was pretty good considering that they don't call themselves Mexican food and instead a Creole-Mexican blend. I recommend this place for the food and not the drinks.
We recently ate at this recommended bar/restaurant. \r
Firstly, the overly tatooed short fat waitress was rude and practically threw the food at us. She scowled and was not educated with a vocabulary which includes, ""please"", ""thank you"" and ""you're welcome"". When we were ... served... , it was very average at best. \r
Even after leaving a substantial tip, we were totally ignored, as if we were lucky to be there.\r
The rude behavior of this waitress, and th...view moree average food is NOT recommended. There are far too many nice people and too much good food in New Orleans to be mistreated like this.\r
Don't waste your time !\r
Go to a friendly restaurant.view less
Juan's is the hipster place to eat and be seen. Rockin' music (that's kept to a conversational volume most of the time), tattooed waitstaff, local art all over the walls--you name it. The place has really tasty food for pretty decent prices. Their burritos are generous and filling, enough for a meal and a snack later if you're not too hungry. However, some of their entrees, such as the fish tacos, are really not enough to fill even a light eater up--be sure to order a decent appetizer ...view moreif you get most of the taco orders. The service is passable, though if you don't have a friend who works there, prepare to get occasional hard-core punk attitude for no reason (we went there one day and a waitress sprayed cleaning fluid over our table--and our food--while we were eating, and we weren't being difficult customers or anything). As a whole, a decent place to stop by if you're hungry and in the hood.view less
I ate at here with a group of 10 high school students and two other adults from Oregon on a recent rebuilding trip to New Orleans. Though we arrived without a reservation, we were seated promptly - and all together - and served reasonably quickly. The students loved the food and enjoyed the playful banter with our waitress. A fun, affordable way to feed a group of growing teens.