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Bad Boy Burrito

1220 1/2 Simonton St. (United St.) Send to Phone
Burritos by day, Indian cuisine by night: area denizens can’t get enough of these bold flavors created from local, all-natural and organic ingredients.
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Bad Boy Burrito Restaurant Review

: This spot located at the southern end of Simonton Street is serious about slinging tasty burritos. They are made to order with premium all-natural fillings, homemade salsas and authentic Mexican flavors (red onion escabeche, pico de gallo, queso fresco, ancho chili relish), and rice and beans come standard. Select from pork carnitas, chicken, Kobe beef, tofu, sautéed vegetables, fish, shrimp or steak and then pile on the toppings for your own one-of-a-kind creation. They like to push the jalapeños, which are sliced fresh and pack some serious heat. Other menu highlights include fish tacos on handmade corn tortillas, a “disco” duck quesadilla and a selection of fresh juices including wheat grass shots and watermelon agua fresca. There’s virtually no dining space inside the tiny restaurant (save for a couple of stools at the window-side counter) and it’s often sweltering, making it ideal for delivery or takeout. If you arrive after 7 p.m. or on Sundays, you might be surprised to find Bangalore Nights, a pop-up organic Indian restaurant, operating in the space after hours. Locals have embraced it as wholeheartedly as its daytime burrito counterpart.

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