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Salsas Fresh Mex Grill

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by Natasha Stewart (subscribe)
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Published July 2nd 2011
If you're on the look out for some tasty Mexican food, but don't know where to find it South of the City, head to Salsas for your Fresh Mex hit. Salsas Fresh Mex Grill can be found in the food court section of Westfield Marion, and they are one of the tastiest options around.

Salsas Range of Burritos


Salsas has become a part of the Boost Juice franchise, and like Boost they offer up delicious fresh food very fast. While the popularity of Fresh Mex bars all over the country is soaring, so is the popularity of Salsas. They provide an interesting twist to some of their counterparts, with great flavour and combinations you might not have considered.

The pride and glory of Salsas is the burrito. They come in seven different flavours:

Fajita Burrito
California Chicken Salad
Original Burrito
Baja Steak
Chicken & Veg
Baja Steak Works
Veggie Packed


Salsas do a great job at mixing authentic Mexican food with other influences, as can be seen in the California Chicken Salad burrito. There salsas are fresh and their meat is cooked while you wait. While the Fresh Mex grill doesn't offer the same format as other places that tailor your burrito to your likes and dislikes, you still get to watch the whole burrito making process. At Salsas there is a fixed menu for you to choose from.

As well as the burritos you can expect to find nachos, tacos (soft and hard), bowls (like a burrito but in a bowl), and quesadillas. Salsas also serve up some very tasty and crispy chips with your meal.

You can tell that Salsas are thinking about their customers with their younger options of kids meals. Many Mexican places stuff your burrito so full that a grown adult can barely eat it, let alone a child. Salsas recognise that a lot of kids will eat less, so they have appropriately sized meals for those with a smaller stomach. You'll be paying a bit less too.

One of Salsas major draw-cards is their loyalty system. Load up your Salsas card every time you make a purchase, your points all have a dollar value that can go towards a free burrito further down the line. Where Salsas loyalty program rally excels, is that you can cash in your points anytime. If you find out you're $2 short, but have $3 on your card, you can use your points to pay off the rest of your meal. This means that even those who don't visit very often can get benefit out of the loyalty card program.

Salsas sits inside your usual shopping centre food court. Among all this, salsas has one main quality: the food tastes great. So head down there if you're in the area and could go a fresh tasting burrito.
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Why? Tasty fresh mex flavours
When: Daily 11am - 5pm, Open Late on Thursdays.
Where: Food Court, Westfield Marion, Oaklands Park
Cost: Starts at $7.95
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