For Halloween this restaurant offered specially colored tortilla chips that were widely praised. Of course it is easy to do different things with your chips and tortillas when you make them fresh at your restaurant. For more than 3 generations El Indio has been known for their homemade chips and tortillas so it’s no surprise to those who know them that they create different ways to serve them.
The big question now is, “What will they do for Christmas?” Will they make a Santa Clause burrito? How would you put Santa Clause in a burrito anyway? I’ve never heard of a burrito with reindeer meat. Will they wrap a burrito in a special Christmas wrapping? What do you think? I guess the only way to know for sure is to go there and see for yourself.
Do you know the history of Thanksgiving?
In 1789 President George Washington proclaimed the first nationwide Thanksgiving celebration on Thursday, November 26, marking it as a day of prayer and thanksgiving. Since then it is a tradition for the President to pardon a turkey and save its life. The turkey is then allowed to roam freely on farmland. Other turkeys aren’t so lucky. If you feel sorry for the turkeys, feel free to drop in for a pumpkin fruit burrito.
El Indio is known literally around the world for its authentic Mexican food. They have sent food in care packages to war zones for service men and women and have even had politicians from Washington call to have care packages of great Mexican food sent to them. What better endorsement could you have than to be asked by Governor Pete Wilson to cater his first inauguration celebration?
With a rich history of providing quality Mexican food since 1940, El Indio continues to be a San Diego favorite. By creating a Pumpkin Fruit Burrito they may have started something. Stop by and try a very unique burrito and let us know what you think.
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