11690 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049
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05/10/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Baja Fresh might not be the best mexican in LA (in fact I kind of feel guilty going here because there are so many great local, legit joints) but I like their stuff. Their burritos (particularly the Nacho Burrito, my go to) are big and stuffed with about the right amount of everything. They don't cheat you on meat filling, rice, cheese or anything else (and they don't let the rolled up ends of tortilla take up precious space either).
BUT here's the thing that made me want to post this review: Baja Fresh is the cleanest fast food place I've ever been to. Every single one of them! The one in Hollywood almost always has someone wandering around wiping down tables or taking care of random trash....that's why though I venture in rarely, I am always trusting of the delicious crap I shove down my gullet.
10/18/2003Provided by Citysearch -
El Tarasco is the best wet burrito spot. El Tarasco is an authentic Mexican food restaraunt unlike the americanized Chipotle, Baja Fresh, and Poquito Mas. People who eat at Chipotle and Poquito Mas don't know burritos and probably never even at a taco truck before! If you go to El Tarasco you must get the Super Deluxe Chicken Burrito with a large Orange Bang.
07/12/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Baja makes THE best burrito in town. Of course it's Americanized, their restaurants are actually CLEAN. Authentic Mexican food isn't very good, but if you want to pay $2.50 for crap in a tortilla including Grade D meat, go ahead. Tex-Mex is by far much better, and I'll take Baja any day of the week over any other burrito in LA.
05/01/2003Provided by Citysearch -
you people are idiots, baja isn't supposed to be authentic mexican food, it's supposed to be a healthy version of it... this place is great, everything fresh, they keep the place remarkably clean when you take in consideration the amount of traffic going through there grabbing salsas and lemons and whatnot.
12/12/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Baja Fresh is not bad, but its commercialized Mexican food. In no way does any of their food compare to authentic Mexican Food. If you want to eat somewhat healthy, then yes, this is probably the place to go. Other than that, see you at King Taco, El Taconazo, El Gallo Giro, or El Tepeyac for real Mexican Food, especially burritos!