Nearby Subway Stops
6 at 51st St.; E, M at Lexington Ave.-53rd St.
American Express, MasterCard, Visa
- Online Ordering
- Delivery after 10pm
- No Alcohol
40th St. to 65th St., East River to Sixth Ave.
This venue is closed.
Satisfying more than sumptuous, the food at this Cali-Mex chain is cheap, and made with healthy ingredients: brown rice, lard-free beans, and fresh veggies. The namesake burritos are enormous, weighing in at over a pound. Chicken, beef, and vegetarian versions all come with black, red, or refried beans, brown rice, and pico de gallo—tomatoes, cilantro, onions, lime, and jalapeños—and are wrapped in one of four types of tortilla. Some of the more flavorful versions include hot and spicy barbecue chicken, grilled beef in a tangy tomatillo salsa, and a fairly convincing vegetarian chorizo. The rest of the menu spans standards like tacos, enchiladas, and quesadillas. Just about everything can be made dairy-free with tofu sour cream and soy cheese. And while the locations vary in size (and cleanliness), at any Burritoville you'll generally find the same campy Mexican movie posters and red vinyl seating.Recommended Dishes
Mega-soy burrito, $7.59; holy mole burrito, $7.29; tostada salad, $5.49
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