The chicken burrito with pinto beans was delicious. The key is to tear off the aluminum foil in a circle as you eat the burrito.
The burrito was not to spicy and the portions were enough for lunch and half for dinner
From the outside it looks like any other mexican fast food restaurant. When you get inside you notice the surfers on the wall and think of Southern California or Baja Mexico.
You go through a cafeteria like line to pick the items to be placed in your burrito. You first decide how you want your ingredients... Burrito, Baja Bowl, Nachos,...
Not your normal fast food franchise experience. The owner is often working the counter and knows many of the customers. It's more like going to a local family diner that services quality Mexican food. Go figure that! The Mando burrito is huge. Great kids meals too. Check for their daily special. Clean and fun environment.