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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, August, 2006.

Take-away : Fun Mexina

134-1, XinSheng South Road, Sec. 1
(02) 2396-4130
Hours: Mon-Fri 11 am-8 pm,
Sat. 11 am-3 pm
(closed Sunday)
MRT: ZhongXiao/XinSheng
Credit cards not accepted.

--By Julia Koprak, Cynthia Aylward, Claire Tyrell, Charles McHale Translated by Picker Chen

Judging from the autographed pictures of models and a map full of praises from worldwide visitors on the wall, this burrito-man is pretty popular. The menu is simple: chicken or beef burritos (NT$70-85). The "Indian" side comes from the spices used in the meat, giving these wraps a not-so-traditional flavour. Inside a handmade tortilla you'll also find some crispy cabbage and sauce. If you swing by there and you see the painted gate down, do not despair; Mr. An runs a one-man business and often hops out on his motorcycle for deliveries (to your door with a minimum order of NT$450). If you're looking for a perfectly authentic Mexican burrito in Taipei (good luck!), then this homey spot isn't for you. But if you want to give up a tasty alternative to sandwiches and lunchboxes, a freshly-made NT$20 pina colada, and some good vibes, well, I guess this is your choice.

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