Burritos at La Azteca (E. Los Angeles, CA)

Prompted by a list that appeared on fivethirtyeight.com, my daughter and her fiancé decided to go on a burrito quest (with me in tow). And why not, since Southern California has one of the highest concentrations of the best burritos in America. One of the restaurants that made the list was La Azteca, which technically is... Continue Reading →

Asada Burrito at El Maestro del Taco

For my money, the best soft tacos in Bellevue are served at El Maestro del Taco. La Cocina del Puerco served terrific ones too but the restaurant closed a few years ago. Cocina was a sit-down restaurant, while Maestro is a food truck that also sells tortas, cemitas, sopes, quesadillas and a carne asada plate... Continue Reading →

Pancho’s Restaurante (Brookings, OR)

It took one bite of the burrito to realize that the red snapper was faultlessly fresh. My memory doesn't serve me if I'd ever eaten a fish burrito before. I don't normally choose anything with a cream sauce, but the dish was listed as one of the specialties at Pancho's Restaurante. Fortunately, the cream was added with restraint. The entire... Continue Reading →

Léona’s Restaurante (Chimayo, NM)

Leona's was a little gem in Chimayo, across the walkway from the Santuario. Since 1977, Leona Medina-Tiede has been serving delicious snack foods, primarily burritos and tamales. I ordered the carne adovada burrito, very different from the adovada I had at El Bruno's. This was a wonderful adovada, more tender than Bruno's, more garlicky, shredded... Continue Reading →

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