The quality of our products speaks for itself. Don’t just take our word for it, take a look at what our large number of dedicated customers has to say on social media.

 

Pancho’s Burritos has also been recognised by commercial reviewers and restaurant critics. In 2015, we were approached by a TV production team who wanted to feature Pancho’s Burritos in a BBC TV show called ‘Ainsley and Len eat Britain’, starring Ainsley Harriott and Len Goodman.

“Pancho’s has now opened a restaurant at The Quadrangle, Chester St, Manchester. The same great quality as the original Arndale kiosk but better seating arrangements. I called here with a mate late on a Thursday, fantastic burritos and a couple of beers. Absolutely first class! A choice of tortilla, meat, vegetables, salads and sauces so you can make your choices. Loved it and I'll definitely be back!”

“Having grown up just across the border from Mexico, been there a million times, and even lived there for a while, I always lament the fact that there is no good (or even decent) Mexican food in the UK. This has all changed. An actual Mexican has opened a restaurant...that's right, a guy from Mexico, as opposed to the Brits who work in all of the chain restaurants claiming to serve "Mexican food" who actually serve bland, tasteless rubbish. Pancho's is fantastic!! I'd especially recommend the pork tostadas, which are exactly the same as those I used to get at my favourite stand in Ensenada, Mexico”

Extract from The Guardian newspaper 2013 winners article:

 

“The Arndale Market food hall (don't worry, it is not as posh as that might sound) has numerous affordable places to eat but, personally, I rarely get past Pancho's. Run by Mexican chef Enrique Martinez, it deals in big, fat, sloppy burritos, stuffed with slow-cooked meats – pulled pork with lime, pork with fleshy cactus, beef inpasilla chilli sauce – that deliver masses of flavour. Grab a seat, because there is no way you'll be able to walk and eat one of these monsters, unless you want meat juices, refried beans, sour cream and pico de gallo salsa all down your shirt. Pancho's also does topped tacos and

quesadillas, but the new hit is its tomato-and-ancho-chilli azteca soup, which is all upfront fruity tomato flavours, riding waves of smokiness and lip-tingling heat.”

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Extract from The Guardian newspaper 2013 winners article:

 

“The Arndale Market food hall (don't worry, it is not as posh as that might sound) has numerous affordable places to eat but, personally, I rarely get past Pancho's. Run by Mexican chef Enrique Martinez, it deals in big, fat, sloppy burritos, stuffed with slow-cooked meats – pulled pork with lime, pork with fleshy cactus, beef inpasilla chilli sauce – that deliver masses of flavour. Grab a seat, because there is no way you'll be able to walk and eat one of these monsters, unless you want meat juices, refried beans, sour cream and pico de gallo salsa all down your shirt. Pancho's also does topped tacos and

quesadillas, but the new hit is its tomato-and-ancho-chilli azteca soup, which is all upfront fruity tomato flavours, riding waves of smokiness and lip-tingling heat.”