Taste of Las Cruces: Burritos Victori...

Taste of Las Cruces: Burritos Victoria offers bevy of bargain b...

There are 49 comments on the Las Cruces Sun-News story from Apr 21, 2010, titled Taste of Las Cruces: Burritos Victoria offers bevy of bargain b.... In it, Las Cruces Sun-News reports that:

Audrey Fresquez, 25, enjoys a burrito and quesadilla lunch Tuesday at Burritos Victoria, a new restaurant on El Paseo Road and Idaho Avenue.

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Since: Jan 09

Las Cruces, NM

#22 Apr 26, 2010
Jay Santos wrote:
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I eat at this place all the time. Being in Law enforcement means we have to grab a bite whenever we can, often on the run. Usually my partner and I just grab an 8 piece bucket, but since we found this place it's one of our favorite. The crepes comes in both sweet and savory and they give very generous portions. I don't know what they put in their eggs, but they are so tasty that often I get a double serving. Also, they have a number of desserts to tempt your palette, including French Silk pie, Key Lime and the most gorgeous Baked Alaska that will keep you and your friends coming back again and again. Don't try the veal, though. That's the one dish they don't have a clue about.
Thank you sir for your very helpful reply, and thank you for protecting and serving our community. I will be sure to avoid the veal dishes.
JNNM

Las Cruces, NM

#23 Apr 26, 2010
Jay Santos wrote:
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I eat at this place all the time. Being in Law enforcement means we have to grab a bite whenever we can, often on the run. Usually my partner and I just grab an 8 piece bucket, but since we found this place it's one of our favorite. The crepes comes in both sweet and savory and they give very generous portions. I don't know what they put in their eggs, but they are so tasty that often I get a double serving. Also, they have a number of desserts to tempt your palette, including French Silk pie, Key Lime and the most gorgeous Baked Alaska that will keep you and your friends coming back again and again. Don't try the veal, though. That's the one dish they don't have a clue about.
All that at a burrito place? Really....
Doug

United States

#24 Apr 26, 2010
JNNM wrote:
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All that at a burrito place? Really....
It's more than a burrito house. It's just like the Waffle House - they serve much more than must waffles.

I've eaten there quite a bit and I think his review is accurate, although I think the veal is decent. Their steak salad is also very good and the way they prepare the beets is scrumptious. Give it a try before you criticize a hard-working officer of the law.
NObama

El Paso, TX

#25 Apr 26, 2010
Please no more Mexican food.
Steve

United States

#26 Apr 26, 2010
NObama wrote:
Please no more Mexican food.
I agree. Every time I eat it, I end up sharting my pants. Unfortunately for me, my wife loves the stuff and is always clamoring for more. I haven't been able to get it on at all recently because that stuff goes right through me.
Rudy Canoza

United States

#27 Apr 26, 2010
Doug wrote:
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It's more than a burrito house. It's just like the Waffle House - they serve much more than must waffles.
I've eaten there quite a bit and I think his review is accurate, although I think the veal is decent. Their steak salad is also very good and the way they prepare the beets is scrumptious. Give it a try before you criticize a hard-working officer of the law.
Don't forget about the manchaca. I had no idea what that was the first time I went there. I assumed it was some sort of gay taco meat. But it is so tasty there! Way better than the chorizo, the enchiladas and even the steak al tampiqueno. I give this place four thumbs up.
Jay Santos

United States

#28 Apr 26, 2010
Steve wrote:
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I agree. Every time I eat it, I end up sharting my pants. Unfortunately for me, my wife loves the stuff and is always clamoring for more. I haven't been able to get it on at all recently because that stuff goes right through me.
One thing you might suggest is rigging up a TV in your crapper. You can run a wire down the hallway and plug it in behind the toilet so it won't get wet. That way you can at least get your rocks off while you do your business in there since your wife is reluctant to bed you with all the sharting going on. I can't say as I blame her because no one likes for the coitus interruptus to be the result of noxious gas emanating from your backdoor.
JNNM

Las Cruces, NM

#29 Apr 27, 2010
Doug wrote:
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It's more than a burrito house. It's just like the Waffle House - they serve much more than must waffles.
I've eaten there quite a bit and I think his review is accurate, although I think the veal is decent. Their steak salad is also very good and the way they prepare the beets is scrumptious. Give it a try before you criticize a hard-working officer of the law.
I wasn't criticizing you in the least! I'm sorry you took it that way. I'll pay the fine!
Father McQuarters

United States

#30 Apr 27, 2010
I don't get up to that area very often but I might just have to go in order to sample some of these tasty treats. When I was in Botswana last year teaching the natives about the nature of things, I had some very good food too. This place sounds very much like I enjoyed when I was there.
Why oh why oh why

Las Cruces, NM

#31 Apr 27, 2010
Yet another burrito place. I can hardly wait to taste the latest of haute cuisine that "la ville des croix" has to offer.
Father McQuarters

United States

#32 Apr 27, 2010
Why oh why oh why wrote:
Yet another burrito place. I can hardly wait to taste the latest of haute cuisine that "la ville des croix" has to offer.
I love haute cuisine. I studied at a seminary for awhile near Terre Haute in fact.
whatev

Las Cruces, NM

#33 Apr 28, 2010
Burritos Victoria- bean and very little filling. yeah only 2 bucks but for that i would rather grab a Wendys burger. too much bean reliance. LOL

Since: Oct 08

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#34 Apr 28, 2010
Naws wrote:
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Thank you sir for your very helpful reply, and thank you for protecting and serving our community. I will be sure to avoid the veal dishes.
Make sure you let em know about your racist attitude and your support of eugenics before you eat there...
Bob Bakian

United States

#35 Apr 28, 2010
jaytheorc wrote:
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Make sure you let em know about your racist attitude and your support of eugenics before you eat there...
How do you know he's racialist? And eugenics is the inevitable by-product of embracing a neo-Darwinian view so don't criticize him for that.

In regards to the topic at hand, I love this burrito place. Very tasty and I love the sauce they put on them.
Chris Norton

United States

#36 Apr 28, 2010
Do they serve any spaghetti there? I have a hankering for pasta pronto.
Steve

United States

#37 Apr 28, 2010
Chris Norton wrote:
Do they serve any spaghetti there? I have a hankering for pasta pronto.
The do serve it there but I'd stay away from it if I were you. I had a plate of pasta there the other night with a salad and garlic bread but on the way home I sharted my pants so something didn't sit right with me.
Maniatico

Huntsville, AL

#38 Apr 28, 2010
Burritos are hard to fuch up. If this place, with the big a$$ "BURRITO" in the name, can't master this simple dish, I'll pass. We'll see I guess.
Rudy Canoza

United States

#39 Apr 29, 2010
I'm confused - is this a burrito place only or is it a full service restaurant with a complete menu?
Jim Sadler

United States

#40 Apr 29, 2010
Rudy Canoza wrote:
I'm confused - is this a burrito place only or is it a full service restaurant with a complete menu?
It's not full service as in receiving a happy ending. But they have a full menu.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#41 Apr 30, 2010
Bob Bakian wrote:
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How do you know he's racialist? And eugenics is the inevitable by-product of embracing a neo-Darwinian view so don't criticize him for that.
In regards to the topic at hand, I love this burrito place. Very tasty and I love the sauce they put on them.
Because I've read his previous posts in various places in these forums.

This is how I'm aware of his nazi stances.

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