Beach Burrito Company in North Bondi offers fresh, modern Mexican food in a stones throw of the ocean. Unique dishes such as prawn burritos, green chilli roasted pig, and tofu and wood roasted vegetables set the cuisine apart.
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A friend recommended Beach Burrito before a show at the Pavilion and maybe we ordered in ignorance, but what we got was pretty below average. My friend ordered nachos with lime , thinking it'd be awesome, but received soggy chips soaked in lime juice, with tomatoey sauce, sour cream and a weak salsa. It was really unappetising to look at, let alone eat. I decided to go with the soft tacos and ordered one each of seasoned beef, green chili pig (why didn't they just call it pork?!) and lime chili garlic prawns. I felt a little porky ordering 3 for just me, but when I received them, I was glad I did. They were tiny! I ended up dousing them with hot sauce because I found them quite bland. Apart from that the service was lovely and I loved the Mexican Day of the Dead decor! If you've had real Mexican food then you won't really be impressed by this place!
Perfect every time.
There's nothing more fulfilling than a beach burrito snack mid or post swim at North Bondi. Try the shredded beef, my total fav, and wash it down with a Margarita, this place never disappoints, the quesadilla's and the burrito bowl are yum too.
Tex-mex success. If you love Bondi and Mexican food you will LOVE Beach Burrito. Whether youre coming from the beach for a frozen Margarita and lunch or meeting friends for some Coronas and dinner this is the place to be. Mexican madness is the best way to describe the atmosphere with colourful orange, pink and yellow interiors packed full of cheerful, chattering, chomping people. The diners are an eclectic mix of trendy Bondi locals, hungry tourists, salty surfers and the odd family. Finding a table is not usually easy, but it is definitely worth the wait. The prawn salad served in an edible corn chip basket is a delicious mix of guacamole, salad, beans & spicy prawns. The beef & bean smothered nachos are to die for and the chicken quesadillas are perfection. The servings are generous and filling. BBC is the place for fun, affordable, fantastic food, in a beautiful beach-side location.
A Mexican Burrito place on the beach is always going to be a winner. Beach Burrito has a holiday feel about it, with a super relaxed atmosphere. Photos of the Bondi Skate Bowl litter the walls, as well as skateboards themselves. The old wooden tables are all bench seating and you can also try getting a spot on the window sill at the front to maximise the view of the beach while eating. There is also extra seating out the back, so if the front of the restaurant is choc-a-block dont forget that you may still get lucky with a table. From the menu you can choose between a standard Burrito, a Quesadilla or some Nachos amongst many other Mexican delights and you will be paying about $10-$15 each. The place also does $25 buckets of a Corona to help wash down your grub. Beach Burrito is not only famous for its food however. You will find many groups of friends enjoying their famous Frozen Margaritas out of the signature plastic cups and taking in the view.
Its safe to say I (along with every other person who lives within 5km) frequent this place more than any other eatery in Sydney. Known for its frozen margheritas almost as much as its filling-packed burritos, itd be pretty hard to visit this spot and not enjoy yourself.
Very casual, not in the least bit pretentious and consistently offering good food, Bondi Beach Burrito is one of Bondis most iconic spots for people watching and afternoon drinking. Ill let you in on a secret: the salads are actually the best thing on the menu. Dont be put off by the s-word, though its really just all the goodness of a burrito (only better), served up in an edible, crispy tortilla bowl. It tastes best on a hot Sunday night, complemented by an ice-cold Corona and good company. And if the place is too packed to get a seat, get your food to take away and sit on the hill at North Bondi I guarantee youll be hard pressed to find a better way to watch the sun go down.
The tastiest Mexican going around. Their menu is quite extensive, offering something for everyone. My personal favourite is the beef salad. It is delicious. Crispy flour tortilla as the bowl filled with pulled seasonal beef (but there is also chipotle chicken salad, green chilli roasted pig, lime chilli garlic prawn salad, tempura fish salad, tofu and slow roasted vegetable if beef doesnt take your fancy) plus black beans, blended cheese, pico de gallo (diced tomatoes, coriander, Spanish onion and garlic tossed in lemon juice and salt) lettuce, cucumber, carrot, green onion, cabbage, topped with guacamole and salsa. I have also tried the chilli con carne burrito which was delightful, I just find the salads make me feel a little lighter!
The portions are perfect you walk out super full and more than satisfied. Prices are very reasonable given their great reputation and outstanding location.
Watch the sunset at beach burrito. Located in Bondi overlooking the beach you will most certainly not be disappointed.
Beach Burrito Company or BBC as its more commonly referred to by its many devotees, is a funky Mexican restaurant with all the best attributes of a seaside diner; good food, good drinks, good views and good vibes!
What i love about this place is that it is fast, cheap, has a great atmosphere while making the most of the beautiful Bondi views.
Its a very basic restaurant, with simple furniture, bright and bold decor and all meals and drinks served in plastics but hey if the foods delicious who cares!
10 minutes into you BBC dish of choice and Corona or frozen Margarita (if you want to get fancy) you will feel like you are on beaches of Cabo San Luca!
Its a great place to take budget conscious out of towner's and is fast becoming a staple in my weekly meal schedule, delicioso!
Beach Burrito is pretty much right on the beach at Bondi and often gets packed on a summer weekend - day and night. I always go for the beef quesadilla - $12.95. Absolutely delicious! Mmmm yum. And wash it down with a frozen margarita. It's got a relaxed, chilled, beachy vibe and it's a good spot to go with friends.