Because they are a tightly wrapped bundle of meats, veggies, rice, and beans, burritos can be eaten quickly on the go and even more quickly when fired directly into the mouth via T-shirt cannon. Savor this express edible during your next working lunch with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of lunch-time Mexican fare at Andale in downtown Boston, open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Andale quickly and efficiently sates mid-day hungers with quality Mexican fare from its parent restaurant, Zócalo Cocina Mexicana. A grilled chicken or vegetable mole (enriched mild chocolate chile sauce) burrito favorito stuffed with rice, beans, pico de gallo and cheese ($5.95) is a handheld meal unto itself and fits easily into most car cupholders. Ricardo's quesadilla nestles chicken or portabella mushrooms between flour tortillas with onions, pico de gallo, jalapeños on a bed of salsa verde and rojo sauce ($6.25). The nuestras famosas carnitas verdes enchiladas lock braised shredded pork, rice, beans, pico de gallo and sour cream ($6.26) into a cheese-sprinkled corn-coffin so that it can be buried deep inside your stomach. Office escape artists can bring joy to coworkers and mole sauce to their bellies by returning to the cubicle camp laden with Andale's tamales in chicken or vegetable varieties ($3.95).
- Andale is a busy to-go joint cranking out real Mexican food like chicken mole made from 27 spices. Phantom also likes the charbroiled beef with peppers and onions, the meaty portobello enchiladas, and the shredded chicken burrito blended with orange, tomato, and chile sauce. – Phantom Gourmet
- Definitely a solid choice for lunch. – Jeff F., Yelp
- They have excellent burritos, fresh ingredients, and a friendly staff. – hcross22, Citysearch
125 Summer St.
Boston, Massachusetts 02110Get Directions