That's a wrap! Great burrito bars in Vancouver

When you’re in the mood for an all-in-one meal that includes all the food groups, burritos might just be the solution — your cheesy, spicy, delicious solution. There are plenty of spots around Vancouver that will customize a burrito just the way you like it, whether it’s meaty, vegetarian or with extra cheese and guacamole. [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

Budgies Burritos

44 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5T 3H9

Open until midnight, Budgie’s is for those who get Mexican cravings after sundown — vegetarian Mexican cravings that is. The usual rice, beans, veggies, guac and salsa are all there to choose from, with options to add tofu, tofurkey or roasted potatoes. And they’re licensed too, so you can enjoy a cold cerveza with your meal.

Red Burrito

1700 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, BC V5N 4A3

Red Burrito opened its first location on Commercial Drive in 2006 and has since expanded to five more spots around downtown and North Vancouver. They have multiple delicious sauce options to choose from, including corn salsa, pico de gallo, green chili, guacamole and spicy red salsa. They’re all a hit, whether you load them onto a burrito, taco or bowl.

Bandidas Taqueria

2781 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, BC V5N 4C5

This vegetarian Mexican joint is a big hit with burrito experts. Even devout meat-lovers should give this Commercial Drive eatery a try. Bandidas’s creative flavour combinations are incredibly tasty, and the prices are great for the portion sizes. Try the Ronnie Russell burrito: roasted yams, pumpkin seeds, purple cabbage, guacamole, black beans, salsa and cheese. Que rico!


586 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC V6C 2E7

Steamrollers prides themselves on being the healthiest option when it comes to burritos because they steam all their ingredients. They have a menu of suggested burritos, but you can switch up their wide array of ingredients however you like. With four busy locations around Vancouver, they must be doing something right.

The Burrito Brothers Mexican Food

2209 1st Ave W, Vancouver, BC V6K 1E9

Located in Kitsilano, The Burrito Brothers has a small menu and a cozy interior, but they crank out large quantities of delicious Tex-Mex grub. It’s counter service only, but you can order your meal to eat in or to go. They’ve got all the classic burrito options, as well as an irresistible breakfast burrito, awesome taquitos, great nachos and cold beer.

Tacofino Cantina Inc

2327 Hastings St E, Vancouver, BC V5L 1V6

With food truck locations in Tofino, Victoria and Vancouver, and restaurants in Vancouver, Tacofino is making a name for itself thanks to their delicious, eclectic Mexican-inspired fare. Try the fish burrito – packed with crispy cod, white beans, rice, cabbage and lime mayo salsa.

Sal Y Limon Mexican Cuisine

5-701 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5T 3K6

Sal Y Limon specializes in authentic Mexican fast-food staples, like tacos, tortas and, of course, delicious burritos – which, they’ll admit, is more of a regional dish, if not an American invention altogether. But burritos are certainly Mexican-inspired and scrumptious nonetheless, especially when made with fresh, authentic ingredients and homemade salsa. You’ll love the atmosphere in this Fraserhood location, with its music and vibrant art. It only adds to the lovely flavours of Sal Y Limon’s great cuisine.

Chronic Tacos

16-601 Cordova St W, Vancouver, BC V6B 1G1

Located near Cambie Street on Broadway, Chronic whips up some of the tastiest and burritos around. If you’re not trying to watch your waist, go for one of their California Burritos. Made on a 13-inch tortilla and filled with steak, cheese, guacamole and crispy fries, it'll definitely satisfy any serious hunger. If you eat it there, be sure to enjoy it with one of their daily drink specials.

Best Burrito Ltd

195 Broadway W, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1P4

Claiming to have the largest burrito in town, Best Burrito is a no-frills takeout joint that boasts a burrito so large it can cover all three of your daily meals. Grab one on your way to work in the morning and see if you can make it through by the end of the day. It's definitely one of the more affordable meals you will find in Vancouver.

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