8 Burritos for Every Occasion in SoCal

April 4, 2018 | Los Angeles
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In Southern California, we take our burritos seriously. After all, what’s not to love about a big tortilla, wound tightly around carne asada, beans, rice, bacon, fries (we could go on). Thankfully, there are plenty of mouth-watering options to try! To help you out, we’ve curated a list of the perfect burrito for every occasion. Whether it be late-night cravings, a fancy-date burrito hangout, or a penny-pinching alternative, here are 8 burritos that’ll keep you happy and full under any circumstance.

A burrito for when you can’t make it to Mexico

Benny's Tacos The fix: Classic Burrito from Benny’s Tacos Chicken Rotisserie

Benny’s Tacos knows how to perfect a good ol’ traditional burrito. Packed with your choice of protein and beans, rice, jack cheese, salsa, and pico de gallo, plus served with chips and guac, this is one meal that won’t leave you hungry!

Roberto's Taco Shop The fix: Carne Asada Burrito from Roberto’s Taco Shop

It’s hard to stand out in San Diego, a city known for its glorious Mexican food. But Roberto’s Taco Shop certainly does. With a long list of burritos to choose from, you can’t go wrong with their simple and authentic Carne Asada Burrito, served with steak, guacamole, and salsa fresca.

A burrito for when you’re on a student budget

The fix: Bean and Cheese Burrito from Great White Hut

Doling out Mexican fast food since 1947, this walk-up stand in Glendale has stood the test of time. With fresh ingredients, homemade sauces, and in-house marinated meats, you’ll be hard pressed to find another Mexican stand that serves up quality dishes for this price! The Bean and Cheese Burrito, prepared with a flour tortilla, beans, cheese, cilantro, onions, and salsa, is a crowd favorite and will only set you back $5.99!

Burros & Fries The fix: Surf and Turf Burro from Burros & Fries

Everything you’ve heard is true, assuming you’ve heard that the mammoth Surf and Turf Burro contains the awesome combination of carne asada, fresh shrimp, melty cheese, fresh fries, rice, and their secret white sauce. It’s cheap. It’s creative. And it’s delicious.

A burrito for late nights

Sombrero Mexican Food The fix: Special Burrito Jumbo Deluxe from Sombrero Mexican Food

You know a burrito means business when it requires a knife and fork. This San Diego favorite goes heavy on the beef, strong on the beans, and wonderfully sloppy on the signature sauce and cheese that covers their enormous Jumbo Deluxe burrito. The best part? They’re open till 3am on Fridays and Saturdays, so you can end your night on a burrito high!

Tacos Super Gallito The fix: Wet burrito from Tacos Super Gallito

An enormous wet burrito loaded with your choice of protein, up to 12 condiments, and all the cheese you can imagine, is the kind of food that turns good late nights into great ones. At the food truck, Tacos Super Gallito, there are 9 proteins to choose from, including cow tongue and cow head for the adventurous, and chicken and shredded pork for the more faint-hearted.

A burrito for when you’re feeling a little bit fancy

Kogi The fix: Burritos OG Kogi Style from Kogi Taqueria - Palms

The iconic taco truck that birthed the Korean Mexican taco movement and put the legendary Roy Choi on the map, Kogi is the place to order from when you’re feeling a little bit extra. Wake up with the Burritos OG Kogi Style, filled lovingly with your choice of protein, hashbrowns, softly scrambled eggs, jack and cheddar cheeses, cilantro-onion lime relish, Kogi slaw, and salsa in a perfectly fluffy flour tortilla.

Komodo The fix: Komodo 2.0 Burrito from Komodo

Question: If you’re ordering from a restaurant that has a seared top sirloin steak burrito, in what scenario would you not order it? While this modern Asian Californian fusion restaurant has many top-of-the-line burritos on offer, the Komodo 2.0 Burrito is probably the star attraction. The steak is complemented with a jalapeno aioli and Southwest corn salad, lending for a nice spicy kick.

These burritos might all be different in flavor, style, and price, but there’s no denying the quality of these 8 beauties. Try one for yourself, or taste other SoCal favorites on Uber Eats. Plus, to celebrate National Burrito Day, we’re serving up a delicious deal: Today through Friday, enjoy mouth-watering $5 burritos from select restaurants. Tap into the Uber Eats app to find out more tasty details.

*Restaurant availability based on user’s location. Valid in Los Angeles, Orange County, Palm Springs and San Diego. Demand will be very high. Available while supplies last. Booking fee still applies to order. Offer expires when all participating restaurants close on 4/06/18.

Posted by Dillon Woodward
Category: On the Menu