Price Range : Under $10 ($)
Adress: 2400 S Bonnyview Rd, Redding, CA 96001
Phone: (530) 243-2244
- turned_in_notHealth Score76 out of 100
- turned_in_notVegan OptionsYes
- list_altTakes ReservationsNo
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- thumb_upGood ForLunch
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelAverage
- local_barAlcoholBeer & Wine Only
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingYes
- tvHas TVYes
Best breakfast burrito.
I dont like hot spices because I am a wimp in that regard.
Had a churriso breakfast burrito with cheese and Pico degayo. Fantastic! I highly recommend this place.
I stopped in for dinner about 6pm on a Friday. I had a relative and my two kids with me. The place was well kept but not much like any other burrito place I have been in. It's setup more like a sandwich shop than a Mexican restaurant. You order your burrito and then basically build it into your own by picking and choosing which ingredients you would like in it as they progress down a quasi production line for lack of a better description.
One of the first things I noticed was their lack of a variety of options for kids. They have a kids meal and you can choose between nachos, bean and cheese burrito, quesadilla, or chicken strips (I think) but there is no option to order a kids sized burrito a la carte or even with meat on it for that matter. To get a kids sized burrito you have to buy the kids meal. If all you want is the burrito that's no good. That's certainly what happened to us.
I ended up ordering 3 adult sized burritos and a few sodas. One burrito for each adult and one for the kids to split. This was the only way to get them a kid appropriate portion in anything other than only rice and beans. The total came out to be just over $30.
I was already not super impressed with the experience but I was able to set that aside in hopes that the quality and taste of the food would make it better. Sadly I was again disappointed. It was by no means terrible but it was far from great too. I would describe it as edible, and that's the best I can do.
The restaurant was clean and well kept. The restrooms were in good shape also. While we were eating our food they began sweeping and mopping the floor right next to us. The rest of the place was completely empty, so why do that right next to us? Maybe I'm to particular but I certainly don't appreciate the chemical cleaner smell while eating and can't help but be concerned about all the dust the broom is kicking into the air somehow making its way onto my food.
The other staff called someone to help me: "it may be your last day but you still have to work." She walked out, began putting beans into a to go container for my burrito bowl. The beans were very watery and went over the side of the container, so it looked pretty unappealing. The person helping me seemed generally unhappy. All the toppings had a spoon to use to put them into the meal, except the cilantro for which she used her bare hands. Given I hadn't seen her wash her hands, and how generally unhappy she seemed at her job, I didn't trust she'd watched her hands and so opted not to complete the order. Maybe it's normal to not use a spoon for the cilantro, but the food didn't look good overall and I just didn't trust things were being done right.
I love this place. The burritos are massive but my favorite item is the shrimp taco. Get two and you won't need anything else. So good!
5 stars for the Baja Fries. Not hugely advertised, but hugely delicious. I get Carnitas on mine every time, and they are amazing. They're around $10, so they're kind of pricey, but they come with free chips and a small cup of gross salsa. Worth every bit of the diarrhea.