The Best Burritos You Can Order on GrabFood and Foodpanda

You get a party of flavors in a wrap.

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PHOTO BY Kara R. Santiago/Spot.ph archives, Facebook/Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew ILLUSTRATION Warren Espejo

(SPOT.ph) Tex-Mex ranks high as one of our go-to cuisines when it comes to savory dishes, and burritos happen to be a top-tier dish. The handheld wrap delivers an explosion of tastes and textures in every bite, with the crispness of the fresh vegetables, the piquancy of the sauces, and the tenderness of the meats coming together into a flavor-bomb whole. 

Going out to eat hasn’t been easy due to lockdown protocols—but thanks to delivery apps, you can get your fix fast and get it sent right to your doorstep. On the hunt for a great burrito? Allow us to guide you on which versions to add to your basket.

Also read: Top 10 Burritos in Manila (2016 Edition)

Try these stellar burritos that are available on GrabFood and/or Foodpanda:

Beef Pares Burrito from Almacen 

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A store filled with vibrant colors and unique flavors, Almacen—now Almacen Cantina—has been a popular pre-pandemic go-to spot in Poblacion, Makati. Heck, just check out  the variety of Mexican-themed eats they’ve got on the menu—the lengthy list includes the Beef Pares Burrito (P275), which fuses the famous Pinoy dish into the Mexican wrap. In one savory bite, you can taste the classic savory-sweet profile of the Pinoy beef pares, with rice soaked up in an ample amount of beef pares sauce. Talk about the best of Filipino and Tex-Mex worlds!

Available on GrabFood. 

P.I. Burrito (Sisig Baboy) from Army Navy

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Army Navy’s burritos attract attention for their close-packed fillings and flavorful wrap. Combining the taste of Mexican and Filipino food, the Sisig Baboy P.I. Burrito (P255) is one to try. This burrito wrap is the best choice for sisig and chicharon fanatics, as it’s got Spanish rice, scrambled eggs, onions, cilantro, crunchy chicharon, and oh-so-meaty sisig wrapped up in a flour tortilla. Though piqant and zesty by itself, this dish also comes with a slice of lime and salsa on the side—go ahead and squeeze or dab them on for extra flavor. 

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Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda. 

El Cesar Salad Burrito from Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew

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Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew started as a cozy neighborhood spot along the foodie streets of Kapitolyo in Pasig, before opening a second branch in Greenhills. You can revel in a whole lot of Latin American eats here—including the El Cesar Salad Burrito (P387.50). Think of it as caesar salad meets South-American flair: This hefty wrap is filled with mixed lettuce, soft-boiled egg, sliced tomatoes, garlic croutons, freshly grated parmesan, pesto sauce, and caesar dressing for that well-loved, creamy-pungent-umami profile of the salad. You also get Mexican crema and batata frita (fried potatoes) on the side that you can dip and munch on in between hefty bites.

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda. 

Beef and Lengua Burrito from Silantro 

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Silantro Mexican Cantina cooks up Mexican dishes suited for Pinoy taste buds. Aside from their famous cheesy beef nachos, Silantro pork ribs, and other flavor-packed bites, their burritos are a must-try, too. You can’t go wrong with the Beef and Lengua Burrito (P240), with its saucy bits of beef lengua with Mexican rice mixed with fried tomatoes for a deeply umami yet lightly herb-infused whole. It goes along with the salsa and three sauces—spicy, garlic, and Silantro special—served on the side. 

Available on Foodpanda. 

Beef Picadillo Burrito from Chihuahua

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This Mexican restaurant’s Steak Burrito finished in first place on our 2016 Top 10 Burritos in Manila list, and if you prefer meat with a mix of vegetables, you can go for their Beef Picadillo Burrito (P225.20). It features beef picadillo (a traditional dish for Latin Americans and Filipinos) in a large flour tortilla, with flavorful Mexican rice, refried beans and black beans, pico de gallo, chipotle salsa, creamy jalapeño salsa and lettuce for a resulting bites that are equal parts meaty and vibrant. You have an option to make it "wet", where it's served in a smaller tortilla and garnished with chili con carne, creamy jalapeño salsa, onions, and cilantro.

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Available on Foodpanda. 

Also read: 10 Best Shops in Manila for Birria Tacos

Burrito Bowl Carne Asada from Puesto

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Puesto is a great option if you want to satisfy your Fil-Tex-Mex cravings at affordable prices. Essentially a deconstructed burrito without the wrap, Burrito Bowl Carne Asada (P210) is a taste-and-texture party full of crisp lettuce, minced onions, sliced tomatoes, corn, beans, savory rice, and tender roasted beef, all served with a slice of lime to brighten every bite. Go ahead and mix everything together to get the full, bright-meets-umami experience!

Available on Foodpanda.

Toasted Burrito from Agave 

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Agave Mexican Cantina is known for their drool-worthy chimichangas and quesadillas—however, the resto’s burritos are the real deal. Grilled until crispy and warm, the Toasted Burrito (P389) is stuffed with a filling of your choice—try the grilled chicken if you like it smoky, the pork carnitas for a more tender bite, or the imported steak for a totally beefy treat—and everything goes together with their homemade garlic sauce that adds just a touch of pungency. 

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda. 

Bad Wrap Series 1 Burrito from Bad Bird

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Bad Bird is known for their Umami Fried Chicken, small plates, and grilled meat with Japanese and Korean influences, and their take on burritos—dubbed the Bad Wrap Series 1 Burrito (P320)—follows suit. By no means your average wrap, this hearty number trades the usual tortillas for a thin Asian pancake filled with umami-rich kimchi bacon rice fused with your choice of meat: Flame-grilled chicken, savory pork, or tender-AF braised beef. With mixed vegetables and pickles for crispness, one bite will show you just how Asian flavors can work with the burrito medium.

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Available on Foodpanda. 

Breakfast Burrito from Green Bar

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On the hunt for a fresh and healthy bite? Green Bar Café’s has an extensive line of plant-based comfort eats, ranging from sandwiches, to bowls and wraps, to delightful desserts like cookies, doughnuts, and cinnamon rolls. The Breakfast Burrito (P370) proves plant-based can be every bit as hearty and satisfying as its meaty counterparts. Each hefty wrap is with scrambled tofu (similar to scrambled eggs!), fried potatoes, a savory homemade seitan sausage, spinach, and a creamy hollandaise sauce to tie everything together. It’s also served with your choice of sauce—spicy chipotle salsa or mild pico de gallo.

Available on Foodpanda.

Carne Asada Burrito from El Chupacabra

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When you're looking for a Mexican-style nosh with the whole street- food vibe rolled in, El Chupacabra does the trick. And though they are known for Mexican-American street tacos, you might want to save some tummy space for their burritos too! The Carne Asada - Mission Style Burrito (P304) is a showstopper with its juicy and tender grilled steak, veggies, and zesty Mexican rice, all huddled up in a tortilla wrap and waiting for you to take a bite.

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

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