Barburrtio is the perfect place to grab a snack before heading into the Odeon to watch a film. If you don't fancy shelling out for the overpriced cinema food then make sure you walk over to this awesome little restaurant. The nachos in particular are great (try the chili shredded beef) and are much better value and have an authentic taste when compared to the dry tasteless cinema equivalent.
If your in a hurry then grab one of the Burritos. The great thing about this restaurant is the customisation that you can have. Every dish can have the meat, salsa, type of bread or tortilla changed to your own personal taste. You can even request different levels of spiciness.
Barburrito is a great little place to pop in and get a Mexican style taco snack on your way through Liverpool One. Admittedly, it's a bit fast foody, but it's good food and it's better than McDonalds and Burger King, probably healthier too.
Another bonus with this place is that you can grab a Mexican beer to wash town your burrito with whilst you sit out front and watch the world go by past Liverpool One.
Barburrito is a great place for a snack, but no good if you want a proper meal. It would be a good place to go on the way back from or just before a visit to the Odeon in Liverpool one! I definitely recommend this place!
One of the great things that this company does is to offer all Liverpool One staff key rings that allow then 20% discount in store, a gesture they don't have to make, but one that sure makes a difference!
Along this upper concourse folly of Liverpool One you'll find a wealth of restaurants which take their respective cues from the world-over. Here you have yourself a Mexican; though it's also possible to choose from Portugues, Italian, Pan-Asian, French and American. Hell fire and damnation. When they promised "the world in one city", they ruddy well better not have been referring to this place.
Barburrito, in offering, as it does, Mexican eats, is instantly approached with a greater degree of sympathy on my part. I love the sort of food which is fried or grilled, loaded with such spices that get the tongue dancing and sizzling with rapturous joy all specifically designed to be washed down with cold beer.
Here, eating feels like a "fun" experience - rare and viable in the midst of the general po-facedness of these climes. Jump 'pon it.
This is one of the latest new arrivals to Liverpool, courtesy of Liverpool 1 ! Barburrito is a Mexican restaurant 'inspired by the street markets of Mexico'. It's great to see something a bit different in Liverpool, and this is a great place for lunch, dinner or just a quick snack. You can choose from burritos, tacos, nachos, and quesadillas. You make your choice and then pick what you want in it - chicken, beef, salsa, sour cream, beans, lime rice, salad, jalapenosit's a little like a Mexican Subway!
Prices are good value and there are regular offers and promotions running.
The restaurant itself is still fresh and new, decorated in a contemporary style. It can feel quite crowded at busy times, but always has a great atmosphere.
After hearing countless positive reviews of Barburrito, I had to try it out. I was absolutely 100% disappointed. The food was tasteless, they were out of everything I wanted (chicken, guacamole, salsa!!), and they were rushing us out the door when closing time wasn't for over an hour and a half.
When a complaint about the food was made (I had a burrito and we shared an order of nachos), they refused to re-make the food OR give us a refund on the burrito because it had been "touched". Apparently, that was their company policy. How can you know something is awful without tasting it first? There was only one small bite taken out of it, it's not as though I had eaten the entire thing, save a bite and expected a refund.
I will never, ever return to this establishment. The food, atmosphere, and staff were all incredibly terrible.
Visiting this place whether during a lunchtime or dinner never lets me down. Although it may be a little pricey, the fillings are yummy and always go down well. Indoor is a bit on the loud side with background music but outdoor seating is another option which I found more relaxing since I enjoyed a peaceful time with myself and my stuffed burrito which again was delicious (especially the pulled pork choice) with a couple of extras to fill the mouth load. So, if you ever fancy a bit of fast Mexican feast, this is the place to dine. Don't fancy a wrap, then you can go for a burrito bowl.
Liverpool One is a bright light in a dreary city. I was happy to stumble upon Barburrito which was basically an English take on a number of US mission style burrito chains like Qdoba or Chipotle. It was a nice change from the usual fried fare that is served everywhere in the country. It wasn't as flavorful as the American places, but it was better than a lot of the food in Lancashire.
This has to be my favourite restaurant in liverpool, I go at least once a week with friends and we all love it! The service is very quick, the staff are friendly and most importantly, the food is delicious.
They cater to everyone.
Great food, great service, great beer!
Food that MEX the world spin faster!
Serving freshly prepared simple, honest and delicious food inspired by the street stalls of Mexico.
Established in 2005.
Barburrito started it's journey in 2005 at Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester, Morgan and Paul set on a Mission to create the worlds ULTIMATE burrito...since 2005 they have set up a few more stores but the mission is not complete. Watch out Barburrito will be popping up near you soon...
Morgan was born in Papua New Guinea, first visited Mexico as a teenager, globetrots for great recipes, and counts himself Scottish.
We think he may really be a spy. But if he is, he still finds time to perfect incredible Mexican recipes.
When he's not looking for authentic tastes, he tests them on his two-year-old daughter, Ella. Think of her as the brains behind the Barburrito enterprise.
Paul was born on a farm in Ireland. Naturally, his first word was 'nacho'.
From an early age, he had a deep interest in farm animals. "That piggy looks adorable!" he'd chirp in his innocent child's voice. "Let's slow cook it with chillies and peppers".
He loves good food. And loves promoting it almost as much as eating it. (Almost, but not quite. That wouldn't be normal.)
Paul loves vegetables too. Try our veggie tacos - it shows.
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