Real Mexican food. Good tacos, real mexican food. That's actually hard to find in New Mexico because there is so much "New Mexican" food - which is very different from "Mexican" food.
I stopped here for a quick lunch while visiting the history museum. I had the chile relleno special, which for about $8 also came with beans, rice, and a sopapilla. Staff was very friendly. The food was very good, and a great value in an expensive area.
We loved the "Washington Street" burrito, and the "Dorado" omelet. We ate here a couple of times, and would have eaten here more, but we didn't find the place until the middle of our trip.
Yet another Salvadoran take on Northern New Mexican food, this one is the least satisfying of the several I've tried. The service and atmosphere, however, are very nice and, if you just need a quick bite close to the Plaza, it's not bad. Don't expect good chile sauces or saucy pintos or traditional local flavors. It's Salvadoran. It's okay.
Great place to escape the crowds in the plaza. Fresh food, good selection and service with a smile...
I often forget about the Burrito Company when I'm in town, and I shouldn't. When I've gone the food is always good and the price is right. I agree with one of the other reviewers that the place could use a good scrub down. I don't mean that it feels un-hygenic, but the table tops are a bit on the... More
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