Where is the Best Burrito in Portland, Oregon?

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La Sirenita
2817 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211
(503) 335-8283
My husband and I, on our quest for delicious tacos in our neighborhood, went into La Sirenita to check it out. We both got a carne asada and a carnitas taco. Both tacos had a lot of meat and was tasty and cooked well. They are only $1.35 each so our whole order was really cheap. We also got some rice and beans, which were pretty much standard, and an order of chips which were crisp and tasty. They also offer a nice little condiment bar, where we got some smokin hot roasted jalapenos. The food was really good, the atmosphere is casual, so don't expect a superior dining experience, and I even sneaked a peek into the kitchen, which was clean and tidy. My husband and I give it the big thumbs up for yumminess! Pros + Super yummy food Cons - No alcohol more
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La Bonita
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Listen, La Bonita makes the best burritos in Portland, OR. Their cuisine's superiority doesn't manifest in their portion size (which is large), nor does it matter with their prices (which are very affordable). La Bonita makes the best burritos in Portland because their kitchen does what any exceptional kitchen does. They prepare dishes from scratch, they cook with a home-style, and their quality shows up every single time. If someone didn't enjoy their cuisine from La Bonita, I strongly suggest they either 1) Go back and try it again 2)Shut Up OR 3)Quit comparing magnificent affordable meals to an "Albertsons Enchilada Dinner." Man, They're nice folks, too. Pros + Fast, Tasty, Cheap, Authentic Cons - No Draft Beer more
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I haven't tried too many of the other restraunts listed, but I have found San Felipe to be my favorite so far as Mexican food goes in this city. It is close to my house, the food is fairly cheap and delicous. There isn't much room to enjoy your meal there, but the take-out service is great. I am working on the entire menu, but most of the time I stick to the burritos or the tortas. Colorful atmosphere and a friendly staff and especially the food, make this a definite place to try. They are closed Sundays, though. I think this is good, though every now and then I wish they were open, but that is a selfish thing for me. I encourage them to continue to take a day off. Pros + price, taste, staff Cons - seating area more
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