On a late Tuesday night I was craving some food when I happened to come across something I had never seen before, a place that sold Indian burritos, Bombay Burrito. It’s a small place from first glance but it has plenty of seating space downstairs, more importantly it has taken something that is usually considered Mexican and put a very interesting spin on it.
Curious I ordered a Tandoori chicken burrito with medium spice sauce, lettuce, cheese, crispy onions and chilli sauce. As usual eating a burrito is a very messy experience but one that was familiar and unfamiliar at the same time. The burrito had a bit of crispiness and heat to it but it feels like it’s rebelling against system, trying to redefine what a burrito is.
If a burrito is just a portion of meat/meat substitute with vegetables and sauces then that opens up the barriers for so many different flavours outside of the usual Mexican ones. If you had a wrap with grilled chicken, teriyaki sauce and kimchi would that count as a burrito?
Regardless at just £4.95 for a very generously sized meal I buy levitra legal us definitely think it’s worth checking it out if only for the unusual experience of biting in to a burrito and a different form of spice and heat in the form of a curry.