Burritos La Palma

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L.A. restaurants with Mexican food delivery and takeout

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 3, 2020

also mentioned turkey mole tamales packaged for freezing. Sold. Pickup only. 1050 Flower St., Los Angeles, (213) 749-1460, brokenspanish.com Burritos La Palma Long before the recent birria mania, the Bañuelos Lugo family perfected the birria burrito at

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Welcome these newcomers to 2019's 101 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles list

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 11, 2019

wizardry. — B.A. 712 S. Santa Fe Ave., Los Angeles, (213) 784-0044, bontempsla.com Strawberry and ricotta danish at Bon Temps. (Bill Addison / Los Angeles Times) Burritos La Palma (15) In Zacatecas, Mexico, the Bañuelos Lugo family name is synonymous with

Burritos La Palma’s buttery flour tortillas; birria made from carne de pierna de res (round steak); and first-rate chicharrón en salsa verde. The restaurant’s platillo especial is a modern-day classic: two beef birria burritos in chile verde pork sauce

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Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 20, 2019

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Now Open: Burritos La Palma in Santa Ana and MORE!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • March 7, 2017
Burritos Las Palmas—our pick for Best Food Truck, Best Burrito, and our Mexican-in-Chief’s favorite restaurant of 2016—has now opened its first brick-and-mortar in Orange County. The restaurant is the second for owner Albert Bañuelos, who also has...

Burritos La Palma Makes the Best Burritos in OC With the Best Flour Tortillas in Southern California

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • April 27, 2017

Have you heard about the burrito that won LA Weekly‘s Tacolandia event last year? It was an upset that propelled Burritos La Palma into legendary status. And that’s just one of its accolades. Jonathan Gold has called its birria de res one of his

swadling the burritos. These are the tortillas that began Bañuelos on his path to opening Burritos La Palma. He first sold his family’s secret-recipe tortillas at the farmers’ market near his home in Lake Forest. Spurred by his success, he opened a brick

Here's all the great Mexican food from the 2019 101 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles list

Patricia Escárcega, Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • December 16, 2019

various configurations and guisados-filled chivichangas. 208 E. 8th St., Los Angeles, (213) 628-3710, sonoratown.com A grilled steak taco and a chorizo taco at Sonoratown. (Silvia Razgova / For The Times) Burritos La Palma (15) In Zacatecas, Mexico, the

Bañuelos Lugo family name is synonymous with Burritos La Palma’s buttery flour tortillas; birria made from carne de pierna de res (round steak); and first-rate chicharrón en salsa verde. The family’s success has spawned multiple locations around Zacatecas

Edwin Goei’s Top 5 Drinks and Restaurants of 2017!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 29, 2017

. Sip it in between bites of Marrakesh’s food, but especially the spicier stews, which complements it well. 1976 Newport Blvd, Costa Mesa, (949) 645-8384; www.marrakeshdining.com. Edwin Goei’s Top 5 Restaurants of 2017: 5. Burritos La Palma Burritos La

Palma are small and slender, no bigger than a New York-style egg roll. There’s no bulk from rice, guacamole or sour cream. This is a burrito laser-focused on two things: the tortilla and the meat. The flour tortillas are from owner Albert Bañuelos

Counter: Meat me in Santa Monica

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • July 11, 2015

beautiful grass-fed steak, this is probably the place to learn. Elsewhere in the feed, I drop by Burritos La Palma in El Monte for the slender, spicy burritos of beef birria everyone has been talking about; Jenn Harris checks out the new patio at Esterel

at Burritos La Palma in El Monte, a small burrito that is, for all intents and purposes, a taco." Works for us.  Amy Scattergood / Los Angeles Times Notes from the food and drink underground Olive Garden has a food truck. Yep, and with free food too

Taco Tuesday: Burrito de birria is ready for its close-up

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • July 7, 2015

probably falls into that camp, as does the B.S. Taqueria taco with lardo and clams. But the celebrity taco of the moment may not even be a taco at all -- it is the burrito de birria at Burritos La Palma in El Monte, a small burrito that is for all intents

and purposes a taco. The La Palma burrito was voted traditional taco of the year at this year’s Tacolandia festival. It was well-loved on Yelp even before taco blogger Bill Esparza ran across the place. O.C. Weekly’s Gustavo Arellano was moved to name

Jonathan Gold's Taco Tuesday: Norteño tacos at Loqui

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • June 28, 2016

Ochoa may have jump-started the norteño trend at his Tacos Mexicali Taco & Co. just north of downtown a few years ago. Expect the occasional name-drop of Burritos La Palma, whose wonderful flour tortillas are occasionally available at Grand Central