[Gregg Pill - For Shaw Media]
Most Mexican restaurants have a large selection of burritos, tacos and enchiladas. Las Palmas’ burritos are huge, most likely resulting in a second meal box to go. Simple in construction, the giant flour tortilla is spread with refried beans, lettuce, tomato and your choice of protein along with a veggie option. Cheese, sour cream and guacamole are additional selections. The ground beef was nicely done, but next time, it’s the chili relleno burrito for me.
Enchiladas also run the gamut on both filling and sauce options. Mixing and matching on the fillings is acceptable, but you will need to zero in on one sauce option. I went with two steak and one cheese (two are standard on lunch menu), along with the verdes sauce, which is a spicy green tomato sauce. A blanket of melted cheese allows the sauce to meld into the soft tortillas. Black or refried beans, along with rice, complete the plate.