If you ask any of the many regular patrons of El Burrito Loco why they keep returning, one of their top reasons would surely be the authenticity of the food and flavors. Dishes like the carnitas, molcajete and Tampiqueña are great examples. And aficionados may make choices of fare with lengua and al pastor. Customers who list this locally owned restaurant as their favorite Mexican food of the area would also mention the fresh taste. They may make a comparison to the restaurants in the Southern California area.
Another high point would undoubtedly be the reasonable prices. There is good value for your money. College students or anyone else with a tight budget would appreciate Taco Tuesday’s one-dollar tacos. If you have a really big appetite, try the huge Burrito Loco. Add a friendly staff and great service, and the motives to return are practically irresistible.
In the fall of 2018, El Burrito Loco moved to a new, more spacious location at 3263 S Church Street in the Southwood Square Plaza. There are selections especially for the kids, and vegetarian dishes also. Try El Burrito Loco today and see what you might be missing.