Burritos Fiesta is expensive and the portions are small. I paid 13 bucks for a bean and cheese burrito and a quesadilla. The burrito was smaller then something you'd get at a gas station and tasted okay, but not great. It used to be you could get a big plate of rice and beans for two dollars with chips, which was great for people on a budget or with non-meat centered diets, but they jacked the price up. Now I get three and a half chips and a pile of lettuce with my 5 dollar burrito. The owners need to take a trip to the Bay Area and see how real burritos are made; burritos that will take over your whole body when you digest them. Yuppies will keep the Fiesta going because they'll pay whatever price and they don't know what good mexican food is either.
If you go there at lunchtime, join the long line of NAU students & professors who scramble there for their daily fix of Fiesta's fabulous burritos and tacos. My favorite is the burrito with the charbroiled chicken & beans inside. It's huge, and well worth the $5.75 cost. The tortilla is homemade too, and us Arizona natives cannot be fooled by store-bought ones. Get extra salsa because it's fabulous too!
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