A lot of locals come here for a good bite to eat without emptying your pockets. We had a steak burrito, chips & cheese, Kits cheese enchilada, a soda, and a couple of beers. Everything was really good. The chips were just out of a...More
1 - 10 of 84 reviews
This place is fantastic, kind of set up like Subway where you get to create your own burrito or quesadilla which is really nice. I usually always go for a steak burrito with lettuce and at $7 for a hearty meal, its really good value....More
We always stop by when we are in town. Friendly service and great food. The owner always has a smile on his face as he greets his customers.
I block south of Main on 4th. Eat in or take out. Very good and fresh food. limited menu but included soups. Avoid the midday crowds on Main Street and have an excellent lunch with almost no waiting. Indoor and outdoor seating. Burrito met all...More
The burritos were very large and it was a great, quick lunch. As many other reviews mention, they do close early (I believe at 3 pm) so it is definitely just a lunch spot, and I will also agree with the servers not being top...More
This is a limited menu but our salads were good. There is no table service. You go through the line and pick what you want on your salad or burrito. Everything is served with paper plates and plastic utensils. They do serve beer - but...More
This appears to be a local restaurant, as many Highlanders were eating here. The food was excellent. You order and they bring it to your table. Limited seating, friendly staff. Had the chicken, potato soup that was delicious.
We often take out of town visitors here for lunch on Saturdays. They are open most days from 11am to 3pm. It is a very casual restaurant where you walk up to the counter and place your order and then request toppings along the way...More
All the reviews are correct. This is a spectacular Mexican spot. Grilled fish tacos were wonderful, and my wife said her pork burrito was great. At least half the customers spoke mainly Spanish. Wish they'd had draft beer, but plenty by the bottle and can....More