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Posted by anonymous on 11/03/2010
great tasting burritos. my whole office is now hooked. and the prices are good for the amount of food and the freshness of the ingredients. we just wish it was closer to work so we could go more often.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/02/2008
I've been to Andale several times for a burrito at lunch. The burritos are HUGE and the ingrediants are always fresh. Andale also has a great catering service at a pretty reasonable price (for downtown Boston). Their catering specialty is a make-your-own burrito bar which is accompanied by plenty of sides and sauces. Andale is always a great lunch option - tasty and reliable.
Posted by Mary on 07/31/2007
My favorite Mexican in Boston. Super-fresh ingredients, assembled with care in the right proportions. They get the authentic aspect down pretty well for the East Coast- not many places even have mole or tamales, let alone great mole and tamales- but my favorite is a gringo special: "low carb" grilled veggie burrito. The way I get it (pintos, guac, no cheese or sour cream) is only 4 or so points on wieght watchers and it is delcious and super filling! The staff is awesome, very capable, good to the regulars, and they really hold their own when the line is out the door, which it often is.
Posted by So. Boston Whitey on 09/25/2006
If you get the Burrito the first thing you notice is it weighs at least a pound. Once you eat it you realize it a good pound. I got the chicken burrito. The portions of rice and meat inside were perfect and the sauce with the chicken has a hint of cinnamon which goes quite well.$6.00 and your full and glad you ate it afterwards.
Posted by Rem2112 on 07/21/2006
Being a fan of enchiladas, I've tried every type they offer over the last two years. The quality of their ingredients is outstanding. The rancheras enchiladas were my favorite for well over a year, shredded spiced chicken served with a tasty- unique sauce.. I can't say I've tasted a similar sauce anywhere. The carnitas verdes enchiladas are also superb but I recently been introduced to the mole enchiladas and Andale has the best mole sauce I've tasted. Perfectly cooked chicken with plenty of mole sauce and melted cheese served with salsa, sour cream black beans and mexican rice... I think I know where I'm going for lunch today!