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Where are the Best Burritos in Sydney?

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by Natasha Stewart (subscribe)
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Published October 2nd 2011
A good burrito can be the perfect way to end the night, or a fresh lunch option to get you through the day. It could be the fresh salsas on offer, or the meat packed with flavour, or it could be the spicy kick, there are a whole range of ways that a burrito can be great. So we've lined up a few ready for judging, and we want you to add any of your own, so that we can try and find Sydney's best burrito bar.

Beach Burrito Company like to celebrate the fun that often accompanies a burrito eating expedition, they also have a range of interesting burritos on offer. You might want to enjoy the Mucho Burrito packed with pulled beef, slow roasted green chilli pork, chipotle chicken, chilli con carne, mexican rice, black beans, blended cheese, smokey salsa, green chilli salsa, green onion, lettuce, guacamole, and sour cream. Other burritos range from vegetarian, fish, and more, and they all have a range of fresh salsas and toppings. Beach Burrito Company also have a selection of breakfast burritos, and some smaller options for the kids.

At Zambrero your burrito will start when you choose to have it wrapped in a tortilla or in a bowl. Choose from chicken, lamb, beef, or vegetarian, with added salsas, and a tasty sauce that adds zesty flavour. Unfortunately you'll have to pay a bit extra to add guacamole, something that should be standard on any burrito. Their burritos are big, and the choice of sauces sets them apart from some other burrito bars.

Mad Mex's masked mascots make this burrito bar stand out. You'll choose each ingredient that makes its way into your burrito. Their fresh salsas range from mild to hot, to make sure that your burrito is just how you like it. It will also cost you $2 to add some guacamole, but at least they have some Mexican sodas to help wash down your meal.

Then there is Guzman Y Gomez, choose from chicken, steak, beef, port, barramundi, or veggie. The burritos range from mild to spicy, and you'll be able to enjoy an ice cold margarita, mexican beers and sodas, or a tequila shot. You can bring the kids along to Guzman Y Gomez and they'll be able to taste the 'Little Guy' Burrito with chicken or beef, rice, and cheddar cheese all rolled in a tortilla.

Perhaps one of these is your favourite burrito bar, or you know of another whose burritos are the best. Let us know your tips for finding the best fresh-mex burritos in Sydney.
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Mad Mex and Guzman y Gomez are definately two of my favourites, though I haven't tried the others you mentioned, I love the roasted vegetables they have in the vegetarian burritos.
By Bec Ninness - senior reviewer
Monday, 3rd of October @ 10:32 am
Zambrero is my favourite, really fresh ingredients although a good burrito can depend on the way its made!
By coven - reader
Wednesday, 5th of October @ 03:37 am

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