Updated： November 05, 2019
Amigos! Here's The Ultimate List Of Burrito Addresses in Tokyo!
Craving for a good burrito in Tokyo? Check out the list below!
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Hacienda del Cielo (Daikanyama)
Hacienda del Cielo is well-known among Mexican food restos. It is located on a rooftop with a beautiful night view. The place is great for groups. There are many varieties of authentic Mexican dishes available. You can have guacamole fresco, platillos and fajitas just to name a few. The salad wrap burrito (Vege-Manos or Pastor Ceaser) is 1,200 yen and comes with a complimentary soup and drink at lunchtime. Yumm!
Frijoles now has a total of 5 branches (Azabu-Juban, Roppongi, Otemachi, Caretta Shiodome, and at Daikanyama). The restaurant has a really laid-back atmosphere. Your order goes as follows: you pick a type of dish (burrito, tacos, salad, or bowl) and choose your meat (grilled chicken, carnitas, and steak) or vegetarian toppings. Then, you choose the size of your order, either regular (from 980 yen-1,210 yen) or grande (from 1,460 yen-1,690 yen). The regular carnitas is a great choice and should be satisfying for a normal appetite. Salsas and toppings are complimentary free toppings.
Junkadelic serves Tex-Mex cuisine in a homey atmosphere. The storefront looks like an inviting thrift store. It is highly recommended for cheese-lovers. Give a try to their cheese burrito at 940 yen. Cheesilicious!
Baja is also a Tex-Mex cuisine resto that attracts many people with its comfort food-style cuisine. There is a lot of variety on the menu so the place is good for groups of people with different preferences. The price of burrito can be as low as 500 yen. Also, it offers alcoholic drinks at a good price too!
TACO RiCO (ARK Hills)
The owner studied abroad in San Francisco and brought back Mexican culture to Japan. The food is prepared from scratch, including the tortillas made of corn flour. There are 5 types of burritos (grilled chicken, carnitas, avocado shrimp, beef steak, and vegetarian) ranging in price from 800-1,100 yen. Add 200 yen for large. Note that the shop is closed on Sundays and on public holidays.
Chiles Mexican Grill (Harajuku)
Buen apetito! At Chiles Mexican Grill, you can have authentic Mexican food prepared by a Mexican chef. The bright yellow storefront will make you curious to know what is going on inside. The restaurant has a cozy atmosphere and the staff normally does small talk with the diners. There are 7 types of burritos to choose from, including one fusion burrito called the Juicy Grilled Shio-Koji Steak for 1,180 yen. The popular item is the chicken Ranchero for 980 yen which has a nice kick of picante sauce.
Umum good burritos (Tokyo Station)
A burrito-specialized shop located in the basement of the Marunouchi Building, accross from Starbucks. It does not have many seats for dining in, so you might what to have it for take-out. The prices are affordable. For only 750 yen, you can get a burrito (Herb chicken with lemon dressing, sloppy Joe, pork with honey mustard, and vegetable). You can have it a la carte or with a drink (add 150 yen for a small and 200 yen for a medium) or soup set (add 150 yen). It is good on days when you want to grab something on the go quickly.
Guzman y Gomez (Harajuku)
Guzman y Gomez is a chain restaurant that is originally from Australia. It has been very popular in Tokyo ever since it opened its Harajuku restaurant in 2015. The ingredients are very fresh and you get to choose your fillings. It's ¥820 for a regular burrito and ¥1,320 for a large one.
Cactus Burrito (Kawasaki)
Cactus Burrito is located in Kawasaki in the neighboring prefecture of Tokyo of Kanagawa. The store has a very cozy atmosphere with its wooden furniture. Burrito are available for 800 yen. Highly recommended is the double cheese burrito, also known as the enchilada style burrito to fulfill your cheese cravings. It is well worth going!
Chronic Tacos (Ginza)
For affordable and fresh Mexican cuisine, this is a great place in Ginza. Their burritos are ¥900, and you can customize whatever you order so that you get exactly what you want. This means you can make your meal into something gluten-free or vegan too.
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