The Best Burritos in Toronto
The best burritos in Toronto are packed to capacity and often too big to enjoy in just one sitting. Whether ordered with noodles or rice and beans, you'll find these burritos bursting with big flavours - not to mention meats, fish or fresh veggies, along with fixin's like daily-made salsas and guacamole.
Here are best burritos in Toronto.
This King West taqueria is outfitted with a salsa and hot sauce bar, and it's got a cool atmosphere should you want to sit in, but it's also very efficient at putting out take-away orders. Try the Wilbur-ito ($9) packed with your choice of chicken, steak, and pork, along with rice, beans, cheddar and jack cheese, guac, pico de gallo, and lettuce.
Burritos come in three sizes - li'l, big, and huge - at this chain of burrito outlets. Selections include six classic varieties ($7.39 to $10.89) like ground beef and pulled pork, as well as nine specialty options like butter chicken and sweet chilli Thai chicken ($8.39 to $11.89). Noteworthy toppings here include noodles (instead of rice) and coleslaw.
This thriving chain of burrito purveyors boasts locations all across Southern Ontario, including over a dozen in the GTA. Enjoy any two fillings in your burrito ($5-$10.20) from choices like bean and cheese, veggie soy, chicken, steak, sweet potato, shrimp, or fried haddock or halibut customized with a rainbow of toppings.
Seventeen different types of burritos ($7-$12) are available from this North York spot including a globetrotting array of chicken seasonings (mango, buffalo and Caesar). As with Chino Locos and Fat Bastard, you choose a base of beans and rice, or noodles, while free toppings include sweet corn and guacamole.
Two Toronto locations (did you know they have a Costa Rican location, too?) pack burritos ($9.80) with fillings like chorizo con papas (sausage and potato), chicken tinga, and spicy shrimp a la Diabla. Customize with white or whole wheat tortillas and a standard assortment of toppings.
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