My fiance & me love mexican food, we’re always cooking and eating it at home, so when we were invited for food at mission burrito at Brindley Place we couldn’t wait.
It’s not your average place as it is mix between a restaurant and a cafe, you don’t have a menu to look at, but there are boards above telling you what your options are. It’s all homemade food and you get to pick everything yourself to make up your own burritos.
This was the selection of food you can choose from. There were 3 meats (chicken, beef and pork plus a veggie option), rice, salad, beans and then a selection of sauces, they were filled with everything and It is all homemade so they know exactly what’s in it.
There were other options to choose from if you don’t like burritos.
The pictures doesn’t show how big and full this burrito is but it was delicious. I struggled to hold it and keep it together and eventually it gave up and all fell apart. They are quite messy to eat but amazing.
We were also given “Nachos Grande” which were delicious, I love nachos and these were loaded full of lots of amazing fillings.
Along with food, I got given a Margarita Cocktails, which are also made on site, It’s not my normal sort of cocktail that I would go for, I’m more a Cosmopolitan type of girl but it was lovely.
Where did “mission burrito” originate from?
Our love affair with burritos started over a decade ago when we lived in San Francisco. We developed a border line burrito obsession in the Mission Districts taquerias. Unable to fuel our addiction back in the UK we quit our day jobs and set up Mission Burrito. You can read more about their background from here.
The decorations on the wall were just stunning. There’s a map of San Francisco upstairs and name places on the wall down stairs.
The staff that were working and served us were friendly and really helpful, a massive thank you to Hayley & Moween for the great service provided.
It was delicious food and I would go back again.
* We were given one free meal & drinks free for the purpose of this review, all thoughts and opinions are my own.