We’re proud to announce that Bolillo Tortas is getting coverage around San Diego.
Writer Amy T. Granite of San Diego City Beat, writes “Tortas are arguably the unsung hero of Mexican street food, competing with tacos in a popularity contest they’ve seemingly lost in the states. The extensive menu of options at Bolillo pays homage to the fast-food staple, named after the Guadalajara-baked bread that’s flown in daily and sandwiches most of the tortas. The menu is still subject to change as the new shop figures out patrons’ tastes, but lucky for me, and all of you, my top two picks are guaranteed to stay put.”
Her top picks included The Torta Cubano ($9.75), the carne asada torta ($9.50), the Mexican-style corn on the cob (aka elote) ($1.50 a la carte) and house Sopa de Frijol ($3 cup, $5 bowl).
Thank you Amy T. Granite for your input! Drop by anytime!
Check out the rest of the article to hear all of the juicy details and keep in mind, we’re open until 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday so come to eat after activities.
Visit our website to learn more about our delicious menu.