Thursday, September 7, 2017

Mezcla Burrito Bar @ Subang

Mezcla does a good job of conveying the crowd-pleasing flavours of Mexican-inspired fare - burritos are the main offering, served in classic wraps or contemporary bowls. 

Choose from Mezcla's own burrito recipes (RM12.90-RM14.90) or build your customised burritos (RM16.90), mixing & matching choices of proteins like braised lamb, grilled chicken, beef steak, fish, shrimp & seared tofu with bases of coriander rice, kidney beans & pinto beans, bolstered by toppings of corn, couscous & tomato salsa, as well as dressings & extras like chimichurri, jalapeno sauce, sour cream, & guacamole. 

The variety is laudable, the portions prove very reasonable, & the result is a satisfyingly tasty, textured burrito that we'd happily have again for a pleasant lunch.

Try the tacos too - combos like shrimp & salsa, fish & mango, steak & chili or lamb & feta turn out to be fresh & vibrantly balanced (three for RM12.90). We also like the battered avocado fries, crisp on the outside, creamy within (RM11.90), & juicy, well-seasoned grilled corn (RM6.90). If you have a sweet tooth, there's toasted tortillas with ice cream for dessert (RM12.90). 

Mezcla Burrito Bar
18-1, Jalan USJ9/5Q, Taipan, Subang Jaya, Selangor. Open daily, 12pm-3pm, 5pm-10pm. Tel: 03-8081-6363

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10 comments:

  1. Lovely burritos! Jalapeno? That must be extra hot!

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    1. Suituapui: not too spicy! I think you'll be fine with it ;)

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  2. This is good to know that we could mix & match to our liking. Their price is so reasonable and I love real Mexican Burritos!! Are they Mexican owners as the whole place looks like Mexico? LOL

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    1. Twilight Man: the founders appear to be Malaysian, but I think they do justice to the Tex-Mex style of flavours that would work well for customers in Subang ;)

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  3. Pretty Awesome, my family is addicted to it and sometimes craves for it. But i believe there is room for improvements like serving tequila there lol.

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    1. Timothy: you're totally right - we want margaritas! :D

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  4. Oh yes, I love this kind of food! And wow, three types of mayo. I shall have a little bit of each!

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    1. Phong Hong: yes, it was fun trying the different mayos! :D

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  5. God, this looks Amazing! I just hope the food here is Halal

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    1. Same if halal. Will visit immdiately tomorrow.

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