Super good tacos and burritos In a cute retro diner atmosphere Love the innovative flavors and unique combinations
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We have yet to sit and eat because the Burritos are a perfect to go dinner option to eat on the ferry back to New York. The Camote Burrito is our go to, we just remove the cheese and add avocado. The red and green...More
Okay...so yeah, read the other reviews and decided to go anyway. Yes, you DO have to pay for chips and salsa. With that shaky beginning, the meal went downhill. We had a variety of tacos, just average and way overpriced!
We loved this place. Food was delicious. Service was great. The setting (a converted diner) is outstanding. Great place to visit if you are a vegetarian. Highly recommended.
We tried to get in at lunch time but they had no room. We came back for an early dinner and were so glad we did. We had a really good plate with 3 kinds of tacos; chicken, chorizo and pork. The sides of beans...More
We had heard great things about El Cortijo Taqueria but found it to be very average. The service was excellent and the old diner was pretty cool. However, the food was nothing special. We have had far more authentic and better Mexican food elsewhere. I...More
We stumbled upon this place on our way out of Burlington and stopped in for Saturday brunch. The diner atmosphere was warm and welcoming. I ordered avocado toast, which consisted of two thick slices of toast on a bed of greens, topped with guacamole, sunny...More
The service is wonderful and the old style diner is great. But, if your looking for authentic tasting Mexican food this is not the one. The menu is a bit limited, mostly some taco and burrito choices. They are also overpriced for the execution of...More
The tacos were good, but small and overpriced! Basically would have had to order 2 portions of everything to feel full. We sat at the bar and the service was fast. The best part of the meal were the cocktails! Overall a decent experience but...More