Baja Sol summed up in four words: Chip and Salsa Bar
Seriously. Unlimited chips and salsa. And not just one salsa, nine salsas, cilantro, onions, etc.
How have I never been to Baja Sol before? Chips and salsa is almost the largest food group in my house, second to pizza.
I love chipotle, but I wanted something smaller. Sean suggested Baja Sol, which he’d tried for the first time earlier this week.
We both ordered the Vegetable Burrito (Grilled Veggies; wrapped with Black Beans, Romaine Lettuce, Jack/Cheddar Cheese, Sour Cream & Pico de Gallo) with no cheese and sour cream.
I should add that I went to the Oakdale location, which is huge inside.
The burrito comes wrapped in paper, which doesn’t hold up as well as foil.
Impressed by the veggies, I noticed green bell peppers, yellow squash, onions, and zucchini. Sean said his had red bell pepper too. The burrito wasn’t spicy, but with all of those salsas in the salsa bar who cares. Next time I’ll get guacamole on mine.
What’s your favorite thing to eat at Baja Sol?