The top 35 burritos in Toronto by neighbourhood
Burritos in Toronto run the gamut from Mission-style to traditional Mexican to burritos stuffed with Chinese chow mein. Get your burrito fix from a range of indie restaurants and franchise heavy hitters.
Here are my picks for the top burritos in Toronto by neighbourhood.
Annex Social serves up a menu of items with Mexican and Californian influences. They do cheese crusted burritos with either braised beef or black beans and corn as the filling.
Mad Mexican is where you can get your fill of Mexican grub on Jane. Their fajita burrito comes filled with bell peppers and onions marinated in special chipotle and pineapple sauce, black bean puree and cheddar cheese all wrapped in a flour tortilla. You can also add proteins like steak and chicken.
The second location of Taqueria Gus can be found on Gladstone. They serve up all your favourites including generously filled burritos. Each burrito is served in 12 inch flour tortilla with beans, cheese, guacamole, lettuce, chipotle mayo and your choice of protein.
Latin World may be known for their weekday deals on dollar tacos and pozole soup but don't pass up the chance to sink your teeth into their burrito offerings that are under $10.
Burrito Express is where you can create the custom burrito of your dreams. Choose from proteins like chicken, steak or ground beef and fill it to the nines with all your favourite veggies.
This location of Bar Burrito serves up its familiar Tex-Mex fare. This quick service restaurant will satisfy all your burrito cravings in a jiffy.
Cali Mexican Grill is a casual spot where you can build your own burritos. You'll be able to choose from an array of proteins and toppings.
Steak, chicken and lamb are just some of the fillings you can select from when you visit Mexicados.
El Charro is a humble but super traditional Mexican street food spot near Broadview and Danforth. They have quite an extensive menu and it includes a variety of different burritos to select from.
Grillies is a restaurant known for their tasty burritos. Get them filled with salmon, pulled pork, sea bass, veggies and more.
Burrito Boyz has multiple locatons in Toronto including one near Simcoe and Adelaide. It's a long-time favourite for budget-friendly burritos and huge assortments of fillings you won’t find at many other places like calamari and haddock.
Die-hard fans of Chipotle know the joy of this chain’s hulking burritos, and this location on Front is easily one of the best locations for their chicken and tofu sofritas.
You can choose from two seafood burritos at La Rev. Order either the fish featuring fried fish, rice, refried beans, cheddar, crema, and chipotle mayo or the shrimp burrito consisiting of shrimps cooked in a chipotle bean sauce, rice, refried beans, cheddar, and sour crema.
Rancho Relaxo To Go is another joint that allows you to build your own burrito. Select your base, main event, extras and sauces to complete your meal.
Big Fat Burrito is the staple burrito purveyor in the market. They’ve changed locations but have been serving burritos for years and have a delicious sauce that’s basically just garlic and mayo.
Bolet's Burrito is easily one of the most underrated spots on the list with a really tasty fried fish burrito and a popular Buffalo chicken roll that makes for the most satisfying lunch.
Grab the Wilbur-Rito from Wilbur Mexicana that comes in one size with rice and black or refried beans, oaxaca cheese and your choice of Baja fish or carne asada.
Tacos El Asador is pretty much a Latin American institution in Toronto. Burritos are among their popular offerings and they even do a breakfast version.
Asian-inspired burritos from Chino Locos bring us options stuffed with unconventional ingredients like edamame, General Tao chicken, and chow mein noodles that sub for the regular rice filling.
The popular chain Fat Bastard Burrito has long been rolling it up around the GTA. It continues to be a go-to for chunky wraps.
Hacienda Las Americas is a hole in the wall on College Street where you can find Mexican standards. Beyond tacos and sopes you'll find burritos.
Get & Go Burrito is a popular spot on Wilson Avenue for burritos with fresh ingredients. Popular options include BBQ steak and ground beef, which are perfect to go along with their addictive Supreme Fries.
Mi Taco makes fresh flour tortillas in the window of their Queen West shop. These fresly-made tortillas are what really take their various burritos up a notch.
La Carnita on Queen East is slinging burritos with the additon of their LCXO takeout menu. Order the carne asada or crispy shrimp, you won't be disappointed.
If you're having a hard time hunting down the Rebozos food truck, don't fret. They also have a brick and mortar location which has your choice of pork, chicken, beef or veggie burritos.
Cinco Mexican Restaurant mainly specializes in gourmet tacos served on blue corn tortillas and rotisserie chicken. However, that doesn't mean they don't make a great burrito. Choose beef, chicken, pulled pork or veggie as your filling.
The burrito de tinga at Mexitaco packs a little heat and is substantial enough to seriously bust hunger. The chicken inside is stewed with tomato and onion, which gives the rice and beans in the burrito a little extra flavour and moisture.
At Tenoch you can get your standard burrito or if you're looking for something more traditional Mexican-style get the wet one. The burrito is in green or red sauce and served with cheese and sour cream on top.
While it may not come as a surprise Big Boy's Burrito is all about burritos. While they have a number of regular burritos available try something different like their jerk chicken burrito which can be found among their special burrito items.
There's five burritos to select from at Fonda Lola. They are filled with everything from chicken tinga to baja fish to sirloin.
One half of the Burrito Boyz broke off to create Burrito Bandidos way back in the day, and it continues to be one of the popular spots for hulking wraps of spicy pulled pork. Best part of Burrito Bandidos: free guac.
Clandestina Tacos is a small Mexican taqueria that serves up more than just tacos. They also have five burritos on the menu filled with goodies like beef barbacoa and pork cochinita.
Taqueria is part of the popular Playa Cabana family. Choose from two burrito offerings each coming with with Oaxacan cheese, Mexican-style rice, black beans, guacamole, pico de gallo, crema, salsa verde, salsa roja, corn, queso, iceberg lettuce and guajillo.
Steps from the Wellesley TTC subway station is where you'll discover Mexican joint Como en Casa. Burritos here are available in three sizes so if you're feeling extra hungry opt for the Mas Grande.
Jesse Milns at Rancho Relaxo To Go. With files from Tanya Mok and Jaclyn Skrobacky.
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