Do not turn away from the long line at Anna's Taqueria; the quick and efficient staff keeps things moving right along. Besides, you should expect to ... More
Do not turn away from the long line at Anna's Taqueria; the quick and efficient staff keeps things moving right along. Besides, you should expect to wait for some of the best Mexican food in Boston. Fresh burritos, stuffed with steak, chicken, black beans and more, are delicious, huge and inexpensive. There are also Brookline and Cambridge locations. Only cash is accepted.
There are people that love this place, but I find that the burritos have too much rice in them: they are huge, but with all the filler, they are not all that flavorful, just full of rice and carbohydrates. I prefer Boca Grande, but neither is particularly good Mexican. My favorite Mexican in Boston is Tacos El Charro in J.P. They are slow, but pretty good.
This place is a joke, not ony is ths food bland and tasteless, the personality of the staff is just the same. you would be better off eating last weeks leftovers than to waste your money on a soggy,dripping burrito from this dump!!!!!!
Okay, clearly none of you people who gave a five star rating have ever been to the southwest. I'm from Arizona and attending MIT, so I have grounds for comparison. I mean, i guess Anna's is good for Boston, but it's Boston. I can find a $2 burrito in Tucson that's twice as good as a $4 Anna's burrito.
Are you people serious? Maybe I'm the only person here who has studied Mexican cooking or knows anything about Mexican cuisine and culture but this place is terrible! You are better off going to Boloco for a burrito and I certainly wouldn't repeat offend on my tastebuds any of Anna's tacos or any of her other offerings for that matter. If you are looking for good, authentic, but still fast food--street fair-- in Boston, your best bet is Bocca Grande. Also friends, just because the food is cheap at Anna's or it is a good deal, doesn't mean it's any good. You couldn't pay me to eat there.
Seriously people, what's wrong with you?
Let's be frank here. Boston cannot do Mexican food. I lived there 10 years after living in El Paso and couldn't find a decent taco or enchillada. Hot sauce and Pico are ok. Meat is as bland as you could possibly make it.
this place is amazing. the burritos are so good. they should make more ana's, preferably closer to me. The line gets long at times, but it's worth the wait. In the bathroom in Brookline, there is a colorful array of grafitti that serves as lite reading.
Anna's is where I go with my friends for lunch often. The food is fantastic and a great deal. The ingredients will vary sometimes in flavor, for example, there are days where the rice is better than another day and it makes the burrito/quesadilla taste even better than usual.
The Super Burrito is my weapon of choice. It is somewhat healthy if you get it with the right ingredients. A richer alternative is their Quesadilla. Please be aware that they pan fry the quesadilla in oil, so it's more fatty than the burrito, but it is very, very tasty nonetheless. I wish the inside of the restaurant was a little bit nicer, but I guess you don't go to Anna's for a fine dining environment.
This is my favorite place to eat in all of Boston!!! :-)
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