You’ll find more elbow room on a submarine, but the tight dimensions of MariCruz simply add to the atmosphere. Exuding the rackety, rickety feeling of a food shack, it’s an environment that’s ideal for such a simple street food staple as the “Mission burrito”.
Speaking of which, what’s with the “Mission” part? That sees the burrito given a treatment first devised in Frisco’s Mission district, with the tightly-rolled tortilla steamed rather than grilled to give it a more elastic texture that’s suited to packing it to the max.
And packed to the max it is – held together in aluminum foil, the result is a supermax burrito brimming with deliciously sloppy ingredients. Squirt out some extra hot salsa from the squeezy bottles on the table and you have something to remember.
Mari Cruz Mission Burrito
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