Sweeto Burrito is ostensibly a chain. I say
ostensibly, as thirteen locations don’t exactly make it the Bell, but I feel it’s worth mentioning all the same. There isn’t necessarily anything wrong with chains, of course, but we should all know the type of spots we patronize.
We sampled a Smokehouse burrito during our recent Spokane reconnaissance mission, and I gotta say… Not too shabby. Solid. Tasty. Flavorful. Surprisingly excellent, even.
It came down to the smoked chicken, which is often dry and flavorless at non-specialized barbecue joints. That will kill the burrito experience dead on arrival, but Sweeto’s kinda nailed it. A proper chew with just a slight kick made for a legit protein-first experience. Get that right, and you’re well on your way to a successful wrap.
The zesty cilantro ranch sauce helped offset the one-two punch of chicken and bacon – well within Sweeto’s Lucha libre theme – which came flanked by onion rings and
hot chedda. I don’t exactly know what the latter is, though I’ll wager a guess that it’s an annoying moniker for
cheese sauce. (The extras on the menu are called
XTRAs, so there is a precedent here.)
That aside, I really don’t have any complaints about Sweeto. They know how to assemble a solid burrito. Life-changing? Maybe not, but as far as a drive-through goes, I’d rank it high on the list.
Now you vote!
1839 N Ruby St, Spokane, WA 99207
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