Attention die-hard Mexican food loving foodies, this insider scoop is dedicated to you, a tu gusto!
Yes, we’ll reveal the name of our top-secret menu item, so you can get your hands (or should we say taste buds) on this delicious secret menu item asap!
But we won’t stop there!
This insider scoop will also unpack why we believe this secret menu item is truly Mexican food at it’s best.
Insider Scoop Part 1: The Secret Menu Item
This secret menu item comes with two heaping scoops of potatoes, plus:
- Hot Salsa
- Chipotle Ranch
- Cilantro Pesto
Is your mouth watering yet?
Of course, it is!!
How could it not be?
This delicious secret menu item is not back for a limited time. It won’t be featured on the menu.
But thanks to this nifty blog that wandered across your internet landscape, you are now “in the know” enough to order it by name.
Oh yeah, the name! You’re gonna need that!
Drum roll, please…
The one and only Ori’Zaba’s Surf and Turf Burrito!
And before we forget…
Insider Scoop Part 2: Mexican Food at it’s Best!
This one of a kind burrito lovers’ dream meal is truly Mexican food at it’s best!
Here’s three reasons why…
You may have heard us say that Ori’Zaba’s is a “scratch” Mexican food restaurant.
But what exactly is scratch Mexican food?
“Scratch” is short for “made from scratch,” meaning homemade. And while we don’t literally make our food in our homes, everything we serve is handmade fresh daily!
Surely, we can all agree fresh handmade Mexican food wins out over the alternative.
Mexico is a bi-coastal country with a bi-coastal cultural history. So it should come as no surprise that shrimp and fish are included on the list of classic Mexican food ingredients.
However, unlike other burritos on our menu which feature a single protein (chicken, beef, fish, shrimp, jackfruit, or steak) the Surf and Turf Burrito delivers the perfect blend of coastal and inland flavors.
Who doesn’t love a dynamic flavor palette, seriously!?
It’s a Game Changer
Last, but not least the Surf and Turf Burrito is a game-changer.
While most burritos you’ll encounter include rice and beans, this bad boy has those two heaping scoops of potatoes.
Though potatoes are less frequently associated with Mexican food, they are actually super traditional. In fact, potatoes have been a key ingredient in Mexican food since the 16th century!
So what are you waiting for!?
Visit your favorite Ori’Zaba’s restaurant and order today! It’s not on the menu, but if you ask for a Surf and Turf, our friendly staff will know exactly what you are talking about.
Your taste buds will thank you!