In "the fast-casual burrito wars" this homegrown chain defends its turf with "some of the best burritos for the money", but its secret weapon is a "sense of humor" extending from "friendly cashiers" to events like Jungle Noise Day to its colorful settings, each sporting a wall filled with "a stunning collection of piquant condiments" (some locations also have mix-your-own-soda stations); even if they're "not places you'd go to propose", they're a "first choice for a dinner with kids."
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reviewed 2 years ago
I was hosting a party for my son's 18th birthday and so I called CT at the last minute since he eats here all the time and I had seen their food at other parties. Jose was wonderful! We went over the menu for the next day and when I went to pick it up it was exactly as ordered. It also included paper products which I felt was very thoughtful. I will certainly call Jose and use his services again.
Burritos are mostly rice and lettuce always tastes kind of funky. Why must they always roll them so that I eat nothing but rice until I get to the bean layer under which they have buried the guac and sour cream that might have made it ok? Seriously every time! I honestly don't understand the appeal of CalTort. Baja Fresh or Chipotle are far better. My kids like it (can't screw up a quesadilla, I guess) so I have to go back occasionally. Ugh.