looking for sour cream/french fry burrito they make in SD
- davidt Jul 4, 2003 06:58 PM
my brother in law swears on a type of burrito that he can regularly find in San Diego.
I don't know what exactly is in it but the secret he says is it has lots of sour cream and crisp french fries inside.
is there any where in OC or LA that serves this type of burrito?
(I know i could try to find places that would add the fries, I just want to try it as a reg. menu item)
The California Burrito. Yeah I thought it sounding kind of un-appetizing when somebody mentioned it, but when I tried it, it was a different story all together. If I'm not mistaken, there are some taco shops in East LA such as Alberto's in Santa Fe Springs that are part of the chain that's in San Diego. If so, they have them on the menu.
I don't understand why a person would neccessarily want crisp french fries in one of those, does anyone have an opinion on that? But I know you can find a Spuderito (that's what they call it) at Rick's in Pasadena, although they usually make it with the limper variety. It's your typical cali/mexi-style LA burger/burrito joint on the corner of Walnut and El Molino, which is about a block south of the 210 and just west of Lake Ave. I would guess you could request crispy, or "well done", as you might at everyone's favorite secret-menu restaurant, on the other hand the whole idea seems to be a way to recycle the unused french fries. I'm not sure if they have sour cream. I think it's pretty good.