Local fresh-Mex chain serves Baja-style food, with vegetarian and low-carb options.. The Scene White-tiled tables and green plastic chairs fill the covered indoor-outdoor dining room. Half-walls allow in the breeze on sunny days, and plasticine curtains can be drawn to shut out rain. Worker bees and families flock here during the midday lunch rush and for inexpensive dinners. Counter service adds to the relaxed environment.
The Food Priding themselves on the motto "we don't serve fast food, we serve fresh food as fast as we can," this quality taco stand is known for ample portions, freshly made tortillas, and burritos packed so full of prime ingredients there is usually no room for rice-and-bean fillers. The grilled carnitas quesadilla is stuffed with flavorful pork, Jack and cheddar cheese. Tender shrimp, guacamole and cheese fill the San Felipe burrito--topping any burrito with rich red mojado sauce turns it into an oversized enchilada. Meatless nature's grill dishes, like the crispy-shelled tostada, brim with a mix of zucchini, eggplant, mushrooms, peppers and onions.
Great "baja" style mexican food.
The steak burrito is amazing, and the quezadilla is super-amazing. Parking at the Burbank location is horrible and parking at the Universal City location is super-horrible.
An awakening, of sorts.
I was a die-hard Baja Fresh fan before I stumbled upon this spot. It was the closest lunch counter during my very brief break from working at the nearby radio station. The food was amazing. It changed my perspective on Mexi-Cali food altogether. It got crowded in the teeny-tiny place, but the quesadilla was deliciously worth it.
Homemade tortillas and fresh ingredients set this taco stand apart.
Ever since I discovered P.M. a year ago, it's been hard for me to justify hitting up any other California-tinged Mexican eateries. Freshly made tortillas put Baja Fresh, La Salsa, et. al. to shame. "We don't serve fast food... we serve fresh food as fast as we can" is truly not just a slogan. Try it. I don't believe it's possible to be disappointed.
Poquito Mas: A Little More than Good.
Well, I expected a restaurant, but I recieved a hybrid fast-food. In the manner of Baja Fresh, Poquito Mas serves up typical semi-fast food Mexican fare. The burritos were great, and they have an amazing array of salsas to go with your free sampling of chips.
If you want a restaurant, this is not the place to go. If you want good fast food, it's perfect.
Poquito Mas ole!.
I love Poquito Mas. The food is fresh, inexpensive and it's the right amount of food. The service is great too. This is always my first choice when debating on where to go out for dinner to. They also sell beer and have tv's to watch while you dine. Explained in one word: Perfect!