Young freelance writer currently studying Computing in Sheffield Hallam University, enjoys visiting cafes, restaurants and events - documenting the experience is just a bonus.
The most surprising thing I found about visiting this Mexican fast-food chain was that it's local to Sheffield. The quality of the food and speed that it's served to you, as well as it's branding really screams that this is another lesser known version of Taco Bell but in reality, it's a family-ran, award winning fast food outlet that you can only find in this great city.
They're mostly known for their burritos, and I have to admit though I have visited multiple times I myself have only tried these - but it has to be said that this is for a very good reason. Their burritos are both affordably priced and high-quality, as well as being stuffed to the brim with delicious ingredients. If you like a good burrito, this is the place for you. However it's not only burritos they serve; they also offer tacos and quesadillas and also offer tortilla chips with their fast food street meals which I assume is a (healthier) substitution for fries, as their website boasts healthy fast food.
So what do I recommend? When ordering a burrito they work on a system similar to Nando's, you choose your preferred meat and the heat of the burrito.. so my recommendation would be the slow-cooked pulled pork and a little bit of heat, but that's up to your own preference. The burritos can definitely be a bit much for one person, however, so if you're looking for a light lunch I highly recommend going for the mini-burrito option. Don't be fooled by the name though, this is definitely still a filling option for anybody with a moderate appetite.