My friend, Bryan has been raving about Burrito Boyz for a good 3 years now. Anytime I plan a visit to Toronto and ask about places for lunch, the answer is always the same. “Oh man, you need to check out Burrito Boyz!”
Finally, I had a chance and even with all the hype, Burrito Boyz lived up to its name. We walked in on a Friday afternoon and this place was packed. There were people shouting for the next customer in line and shouting for orders that were ready to go. It was a little overwhelming since we had a baby with us, but we eventually found a seat and settled in.
My husband and I both ordered the halibut burrito, which can be customized to your own liking. It was honestly, the best fish burrito I’ve ever had. The halibut was lightly battered and deep fried. The batter was still crispy, while the fish was juicy as we bit into our enormous burrito. Inside my burrito, surrounding the fish were rice, beans, guacamole and lettuce. The only mistake we made was order a large burrito for my husband because that thing is massive. I barely finished my small and he only ate about 3/4 of his. Not only are the portions laughably big, the prices kept us well within budget.
I wouldn’t say Burrito Boyz is a kid friendly establishment because there were no high chairs or change tables, but it was loud enough that my baby didn’t have to speak in her inside voice. Despite the hectic environment, packed restaurant and no high chairs present, I’m glad I checked this place out.
Loud noise level – $
218 Adelaide St