3211 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Mexican, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Latin American
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
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07/09/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I have heard so much about this place from friends that live in or visit San Francisco. I wasn't expecting to be blown away, but I was expecting something better than Chipotle?but I was wrong. I decided to go with the vegetarian burrito because meat is only a small percentage of the ingredients in a burrito. I figured if the veggie burrito was good then they were all pretty good. Then I bit into it and thought it tasted like a burrito I would make at home. It was full of sour cream which is a good thing, but when it overwhelms the burrito it becomes ridiculous. The tortilla was grilled so it was like eating a rolled tostada. I want a tortilla with some elasticity! It was pretty much a rolled up tostada with a lettuce crunch that tasted like sour cream.
06/18/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This is an average-tasting taqueria for the area. It's not the best but it's not the worst either. The chips are subpar, something you buy from Costco. On the other hand, the grilled chicken and the chorizo are quite tasty, though the chorizo often is too salty. Overall, for the price, it's not bad and acceptable if you're looking to get a large quantity of food for a small price.
11/17/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I have been to cancun several times for their fresh burritos and aguas frescas. The food is great for the price, but the music is way too loud. You will have to scream your order several times over the noise for them to take your order, and usually what they give you is not what you asked for. They are swift and curteous in making the order right, but then if you decide to eat in, you will have to wear noise cancellation headphones to get through the meal without hearing loss. The jukebox plays so loud the music is distorted, and as good as the food is, I will only recommend pick up for takeout.
07/27/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Folks let me tell you, this is not good mexican food! I ordered extra guacamole in my burrito. What I got was a bland, watery sauce. The burrito was cold, the salsa didnt taste fresh and I cant for the life of me understand why people love this place. You can get a cheap, good burrito elsewhere! It's been my experience from talking to people who like this place that they have never had a good, fresh burrito before. I would call this food edible only if you are drunk or have no taste buds.
01/20/2003Provided by Citysearch -
I ordered a Burrito Mojado -- wet burrito.
Looks great. Smells great. Massively huge. And only cost about $4 something.
Tastes okay, but is hot enough to practically burn my sinuses. Could be used as an industrial solvent.
The meat seems tender, and it looks like there's some rice and other stuff in here, but I can't really tell.
Excuse me while I grab myself yet another glass of milk.
09/27/2002Provided by Citysearch -
I've been all times during the day, sober and otherwise... this place doesn't boast but it should about their succulent carne asada which taste like fresh-grilled meat (some other's don't). TC doesn't try to mask lack of quality with overburdened mexican flavours, and even the veggie burrito has fresh slices of avocado. one of the best reasons why people have taqueria five nights a week in the mission-- quesadilla suiza is the best fix!
08/05/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Where else in America can you get a vegetarian burrito the size of your head (really!) with all the fixins for $3.20? Taqueria Cancun in the Mission District is a favorite of ex-hippie locals during the day and drunk locals in the wee hours of the morning, as it is open until around 4.AM (if memory serves). The food is cheap, the decor is simple, and the burritos (especially the vegetarian one) are incredible. Get a cup of fresh horchata, too and listen to banta on the jukebox.