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Old 11-17-2007, 12:17 AM
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Best Place to get a burrito (Mexican Food)

Well I have lived in AZ all my life and have a Great place to Go They have them in Scottsdale, Globe, Show low, and Mammoth, The place is called La Casita also known as Renoso's They are not all the same and I have only ben to the one's in Globe and Mammoth, But they are heads above Macayos or any of the fancy places to go. for special time's we go there, But day to day Nothing beats NICO'S for a good Burrito
 
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Hey - do they have CHIMICHANGA's?

And are they made of shredded beef instead of hamburger?

Shredded beef is the best kind, and I'm glad I'm sitting back from the keyboard because drool would not help the sticky keys.....

Rolled tacos are even better from shredbeef, and guacamole -n- sour cream with lettuce and cheddar is a meal....
 
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wow I have never had mexican food as I have had in the 5 years I lived in Bull Head City, there were so many mexican food joints there you could get fat trying all of them
 
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Yea Humberto's IMO does the best burritos. But your right Bullhead has some good ones. Each has kind of a specialty that they do the best one. I hear the little taco stand on Marina & Rivera has the best tacos.
 
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What about Chimichanga's, ever tried one?

Think of the biggest fattest burrito you ever saw, stuffed with shredded beef....
Deep fried, and served with sour cream, cheddar, and guac!
 
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Every time my wife and I drive through Wickenburg we stop at Filiburtos and get the green chili burr.......green chili sause dripping down your wrists.....and theres always the tension that comes from the possibility of getting sick on the pork. Now thats living!

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Filiburtos, is some of the best mexican food. another really good place to try is mix teca on bell and 67th, it might be 59th but i'm not sure. They have the prices of all the little 24 hour joints but the quality and taste of like top shelf or some of those other sit down places.
 
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Are there any Filiburtos in Tucson?
 
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Originally Posted by Bill W
Well I have lived in AZ all my life and have a Great place to Go They have them in Scottsdale, Globe, Show low, and Mammoth, The place is called La Casita also known as Renoso's They are not all the same and I have only ben to the one's in Globe and Mammoth, But they are heads above Macayos or any of the fancy places to go. for special time's we go there, But day to day Nothing beats NICO'S for a good Burrito
Mebbe in AZ, CA is a different story. El Cholo in West LA is rated Numero Uno.

It's only a short 353 mile drive from my sisters driveway in Phoenix to my old stomping grounds in West LA. El Cholo is just down the street. The lunch crowd is usually standing room only.

Bill Wilson will be happy to buy Bill Wilson the best burr- rrito in town...whenever he's in West LA.
 

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There were so many variations of (something)Berto's in San Diego County it was pathetic.

I was expecting to see a "GEORGEWASHINGTONBERTO's" pop up any day....

Juanberto's, Alberto's, Alibierto's (look for the extra "I" in it)...

You know what I mean. "BERTO" seemed to be necessary somehow....
I thought it was kinda funny, but honestly - any place with BERTO in the name seems to be dang good.
 
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Originally Posted by leefnm
Are there any Filiburtos in Tucson?
They should be as they are everywhere in Phoenix. If you cannot find one just go with the O's as I say:

Filiburtos
Rombertos
Rebertos

are all the same
 
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Originally Posted by Greywolf
What about Chimichanga's, ever tried one?

Think of the biggest fattest burrito you ever saw, stuffed with shredded beef....
Deep fried, and served with sour cream, cheddar, and guac!
Yes, and I love them.....I used to live in SE AZ and had old grandmothers feel sorry about the new teacher and would give me homemade Chimi's, Burritos, Flautas and Tacos

Garcias has good Chimis as does Filiburtos
 
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Best Mexican food that I had was in Las Vegas at the Luxor. Unreal portion size and flavor was great
 
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Yes there are some felibertos in Tucson, But the one close to my place changed to Losbetos and there not as good! We will be trying Turkey Enchiladas tonight Made with Corn tortillas 2 cans of rotel added to the shreaded turkey, Enchilada sause and Lots of Cheese infact I should go help the wife right now...
later

And Bill W thank's for the offer. Maybe one day
 

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So long as it's shredded, not ground. To this day I don't know why that makes it so different, but it does. It's kind of like real barbeque...

Strings of meat in sauce, not just a mashed 'SOMETHING'.
 

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