If I was required to eat the whole dish at each restaurant before soldiering on to the next one, I can guarantee you that the super burrito at Annaâ€™s would have put me down for the count. I would have to say that food value/dollar here is among the best in the city, and if you ask any BU student about the must-eat restaurants in Boston, and one of their top three spots isnâ€™t Annaâ€™s, you can rest assured he is either a sultan, prince, or son of one of those.
I have to say that am spoiled here. I have eaten at the Taqueria so often that I know exactly what I am getting and what it tastes like.
When we grab an Al Pastor burrito with everything, it is exactly as wonderful as I remember it. Francisico (the GM whom I interviewed) is not there, neither is Mike (the owner â€“ even in my brief encounter with him, I can tell he is a consummate foodie) and I take that as the green light to eat as little as possible. As much of a compliment I paid to Mike and Pattyâ€™s by eating so much, I did an equivalent disservice to Annaâ€™s by eating so little. I take three bites, knowing that I am going to get a break in the next hour at the 1:00 PM Stop of 24 in 24: Boston . . .