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Bolet's Burrito? New at Front E & Sherbourne

Gary Apr 4, 2010 10:44 AM

A new takeout spot called Bolet's Burrito has sprung up behind the Rabba on the southwest corner of Front St. E and Sherbourne. Formerly this was the location of a jerk place called the Jerk Hut, which folded about a year or so ago.

Anyone tried this burrito joint yet? According to their flyer they have a variety of burrito types (chicken, beef, pork, veg, shrimp, fish) as well as a selection of qeusadillas and some rice sides. Not sure of the hours, though, it tends to look closed whenever I go past...

Jerk Hut
171 Front E, Toronto, ON M5G, CA

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  1. Spice City Toronto Mar 10, 2011 03:35 AM

    This place is good. Massive burritos for bargain prices. They tend not to be open late in the evening--it's more of a lunch place.

    Spice City Toronto

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    1. re: Spice City Toronto
      alvino Mar 10, 2011 10:53 AM

      Have been there once and it was excellent. I plan to go more often.

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      Pincus Sep 29, 2011 12:48 PM

      This place has everything except closeness to me: friendly owners, fresh food well prepared, huge portions. Frankly, out of Chipotle's and Burrito Boyz, and other of that llk, this is the only burrito place I willingly go to.

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      1. re: Pincus
        Yongeman Jan 19, 2012 10:53 AM

        Anyone been to Bolet's Burrito recently? I've been meaning to give it a try...sounds great.

        1. re: Yongeman
          GoodGravy Jan 19, 2012 12:45 PM

          I was there in November. I wouldn't say it's great, but it is good. Here's my review from another site:

          Bolet's is good, but there's some uncanny valley action going on. It looks like a burrito, but doesn't quite taste like one. That's not to say it's bad; it's actually good, it just doesn't taste quite like I expect it to. Maybe it's the chicken curry or tuna melt burritos that give me this impression, but I will say the pork burrito was good. As for the size, the small is large enough and at less than $8 including soda, it's good value for money.

          1. re: GoodGravy
            Yongeman Jan 19, 2012 01:25 PM

            Thanks, GG.

          2. re: Yongeman
            christie_ Jan 20, 2012 09:55 AM

            I've been a few times - I'm not much of a burrito aficionado, but their burritos are definitely tasty, and as GG said, great value for money.

            The biggest plus for me is that it has more of a "homemade" taste/quality compared to other burrito options.

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