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Posted by Gary on 11/03/2009
So I enjoy Anna's Pork Burritos but I must say that this particular anna's had the driest pork I had issues consuming the entire thing when I usually wolf it down. Eat their other burritos at this one.
Posted by Metrosexual on 05/10/2007
When I think of Anna's, I think CHEAP Prices, and filling Burritos! If you are hungry and don't want to spend much, go to this student filled joint where for 5 dollars you can get a large buritto with a drink...
Posted by Anonymous on 01/17/2007
It's a great spot to grab burritos -- the service is efficient (know what you want when you get to the front of the line) and the burritos are a good value. Chips are also good and you can get crazy imported juices. There's not much on the menu besides basics.
Posted by Burrito Champ on 12/07/2006
Save for the stuffy Brookline clientele, this locale lives up to the Anna's legend and offers the greatest burrito in the history of mankind. The opening of the Anna's franchise is the burrito world's equivalent of the first Bentley car being made available to the public. On to the burrito...purely sublime. The salsa and steak are nearly impossible to replicate. Their picante sauce is the perfect blend of flavor and spice. The guacamole is bursting with flavor, and the rice, is the perfect role player to this team of superstar ingredients. I've had burritos everywhere I've travelled in this country, and I can say, without question, this is the creme de la creme
Posted by Anonymous on 03/11/2006
Definitely the best burritos and quesadillas on the east coast.
Posted by TheChancellor on 01/30/2006
I used to love just down the street from this place and ate there several times a week. It's cheap, only 4 bucks for a huge burrito. It's also very, very good. I still crave their food even though I have moved out of the city. Best food for the money in town!