Xotl Burrito

Food & Drink
4740 E 7th St., Long Beach, CA 90804 4740 E 7th St., Long Beach Directions
+15624334802
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85% of 440 customers recommended
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Report | 5 years ago
If you cook burgers in different rarities please let the customer know. I had to cook my patty at home.
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I recommend this place, would definitely go back for more.
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Nice new food find. I will be back!
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After ordering our food 3 times it still wasn't right. The food had no flavor except for the strong chili powder sauce. The whole experience was terrible. A huge waste of my money.
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Report | 5 years ago
The mass from the slopes was under cooked and had no flavor. The carne Masada also needed more flavor. The regular price of their regular small tacos are over priced. $2.99 for a small taco with no flavor is way too much.
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Great service
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It's not actually a good restaurant. The "teenage kids" behind the counter seem to not care and the food was bland at best. I had to bury it in salt just to get flavor.
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Thanks to your staff. Great food, friendly and accommodating staff. We will be back.
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too much cheese in enchilada
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We'll be back!
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From Our Editors

No matter how delicious the fillings, an otherwise promising taco can be easily ruined by a subpar tortilla—a complaint Gabriel of Xotl Burrito never faces. With a simple combination of corn masa and water, the Puebla, Mexico-area native hand-makes corn tortillas each and every day for his burritos, tacos, and sopes. And at Xotl, which means “fresh” in Aztec, tortillas aren’t the only house-made items. Gabriel follows his Mama Loreto’s recipes for seasoning and grilling succulent meats, such as carne asada and chicken, boosted by fixings from the fresh salsa bar. He spikes shaved ice, or raspados, with seasonal fruits, and even adds American food to the mix by creating burgers dressed with bacon, cheese, and a top hat.

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