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COMPASS MAGAZINE > June 2010

Burrito House

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Burrito House

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Burrito House

30-3, JinXin St
(04) 2223-3303
Hours: 11 am-9 pm
closed Mondays
Credit cards not accepted.
No service charge.

The chef at Burrito--named after the popular Mexican wrap--returned from the U.S. and now utilizes her overseas experiences in kitchen management. Aside from maintaining a very clean kitchen environment and quality equipment, she has also imported noodle-cooking equipment from Japan that cooks noodles with clean running water, as opposed to the traditional method of cooking various noodles all in the same pot of water. In order to keep things pristine, the kitchen is also equipped with a oil-water separator. All the dishes are prepared with little oil, no MSG, and high-quality ingredients, ensuring that you can enjoy natural flavors as you sample the chef's creative cooking. --By Ruby Wu, translated by Naomi Lai

A. The tidy second floor is a great place for friends to gather for food or just hang out.

B. The Mexican Beef Burrito (NT$60) uses tortillas bought from Costco to wrap beef, onion, salsa and cheese. The crunchy wrap is complimented by the juicy ingredients inside. Another creative dish, the Hawaiian Rice Ball (NT$35), consists of a piece of seaweed wrapped around flavored rice and a piece of SPAM.

Burrito HouseC. Besides the burrito, other entrees include the Chicken Leg (NT$95), which comes with rice, handmade noodles or thin noodles. The chicken is seasoned with various herbs, then pan-friend without oil.

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