Beach Burrito Company
Saturday April 18, 2009·
Beach Burrito Company is another TwoThousand staple feeding venue previously overlooked by our online reams of dining praise.
In our defence, it's only because we eat there so much it seems like home. (If home was a prime cut of North Bondi real estate, so beachfront that you can taste the salt in the air, with a never-empty kitchen full of toothsome Californian-Mexican street food, set to a consistently well-curated soundtrack.)
We can but dream.**In the meantime, we scrape together our modest pennies to sample the menu on an almost daily basis. My pick is the crispy pulled seasoned beef quesadilla, served with generous dollops of in-house guacamole and sour cream. A close rival is the tofu and wood roasted vegetable burrito, naturally accompanied by BBC nachos and washed down with an icy frozen margarita (or its virgin counterpart if you are that way inclined).
Whichever way you swing, menu-wise, nothing beats the transition from the beach to a barefoot Bondi burrito.