- Payment method:
- cash, no credit cards
- Southeast San Francisco, Mission District
- Mexican Restaurants, Latin American Restaurants, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Family Style, Mexican, Latin American, Omelets
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
Posted: 12/30/2006Provided by Citysearch -
it is misleading to rate this the number 1 burrito in SF. The restaurant is dirty and the service is hap-hazard, if friendly. The food is quite inexpensive however the sacrifice in quality level is apparent. The protein portions are not generous enough to really flavor the dish. The insanely loud juke box makes dining room uncomfortable.
Posted: 11/24/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Quickly rose to the top of the city taquerias for me due to their liberal use of avocado and the amazing al pastor. Put those both in the Super Nachos and add their fantastic actually-hot-enough salsas and you may never stray too far yourself.
Posted: 10/26/2006Provided by Citysearch -
This is where I go for a burrito in the Mission. They are always friendly, fast, and I love the multi-colored flags hanging from the ceiling. The place feels happy and welcoming, as a taqueria should. Sometimes there's a line, but it goes by relatively quickly. A friend has told me that they have the best veggie burrito in the Mission ...
Posted: 10/21/2006Provided by Citysearch -
There's many taquerias in this neighborhood, many good ones. This is one of the good ones. Good service, nice crowd, authentic ambience. I had the quesadilla suiza with carne asada. It was filling and as good as any. My wife ate a super burrito al pastor. Someone could make two meals out of each of those. And for under $5 for each. I can recommend taqueria Cancun.
Posted: 8/15/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I walked in by happenstance, just trying to get something to eat before heading downtown. I was visiting the outer Mission. Been in the neighboorhood once before to eat at Blue Plate. ""Al Pastor burrito,"" I said to the guy behind the counter. Everyone was very pleasant. A few minutes later, he came to me with the burrito. I ate it as I walked down the street, slowly unwrapping the aluminum foil. Looked good. Took a bit*e. I had to look down at the burrito again, in disbelief. If you never eat here, you will never know. But I suggest taking the time, borrowing the airfare, whether you're in Redwood City, El Cerrito, or in SOMA, do whatever you need to do to get here. It's the stuff of urban legends. It's that good.
Posted: 6/9/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I loved my super-burrito: excellent tortilla (it's not, but it really tastes like it's homemade), yummy carne asada, drooling sour cream, a pinch of cilantro and big slices of avocado. It's too bad however they don't have lettuce and tomato - especially for my girlfriend who ordered the veggie kind. She found hers a bit sad with only rice, beans and avocado. She still loved the taste, though, to the point we wondered if they don't add a little ""special"" ingredient to the rice and beans. Maybe that's why some other reviewers are literally raving about the veggie burrito. One even describes it as ""addictive""!!! Hee hee! Overall it's a pleasant place with big yummy burritos, and cheap... as long as they don't short-change you. They played that old trick on me: give the coins first, ""forget"" about the $10 bill.