Delicious, tasty, unique, spicey, creative, yum, all words that are great to describe the subject of this article the "burrito". It's a meal literally wrapped in a tortilla. We have lots of great spots here in New Jersey to grab a burrito, but according to a recent article by Love Food there is one restaurant in Jersey that has the best burrito, in fact, it's one of the best in America.

 

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I occasionally enjoy a good burrito and prefer one with chicken and a side of rice and refried beans that are a delicious meal. As I mentioned, we have many fantastic restaurants in the "Garden State" to get a tasty burrito.

Burritos are perfect for a sit-down dinner or are able to grab and go and they travel well, all wrapped up lol

 

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According to "Love Food" the best burrito in New Jersey can be found at Tacoria. "It’s a vegetarian burrito that scoops the best in New Jersey – the golden avocado burrito from Tacoria, a quirky BYOB taco and burrito shop with four other locations throughout the state. The winning dish is a flour tortilla containing fried avocado, chipotle aioli, rice, black beans, salsa, cheese and crema. Customers adore it, saying the fried avocado is a perfect meat replacement and that they love how the tortilla is toasted."

 

 

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So where do you think the best burrito in New Jersey is? Have you visited Tacoria in New Brunswick or any of their other locations? Let us know your thoughts and post your comments below.

 

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