Because it was a Tuesday I decided to check out the usually crowded Beach Burrito Mexican restaurant on City Walk. On Tuesday’s they offer a very reasonably priced lunch special ($5 Sol beer and $3 tacos) so I ordered a beer and three tacos.
The 3 tacos were OK (a bit soft and soggy but tasted very fresh and healthy) but there are cheaper & tastier options around Canberra for Mexican fare.
If you want to try a variety of Mexican the regular Sunday Bus Depot markets taco stand make great Chimichanga, and there are a couple of new places in and around the Canberra Centre. Honkey Tonks and a few of the bars around also do cheap Mexican-style bar food. This particular meal just scored 1 #Canberra Beanie but there are more attractive options on the menu if you would like to pay a little ore than our usual $15 target.
A #Canberra Beanie is EXACTLY like a “Michelin Star” or a “Chef’s Hat” except it’s not such a huge wank. If an eatery is fast, affordable and tasty and provides enough food for a reasonably balanced meal and reasonably healthy diet, it will get three #Canberra Beanies. If the food is not tasty, slow or it’s a bit pricier than expected or something is odd with the service or setting then expect two or one #Canberra Beanie. If there’s no #Canberra Beanies awarded then you might want to have another look at the top ten. Remember this is all completely unscientific and prone to human error, just like the Michelin Stars and Chef’s Hat systems! 🙂