• Frijoles - Roppongi

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Fast food
Take-out
Mexican
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Serves meat, vegan options available. Tokyo chain of build-your-own Mexican food bar. Offers burritos, burrito bowls, tacos, and salads. This one is in a quiet section of Roppongi next to Roppongi Hills. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-10:00pm.


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10 Reviews

First Review by VickyMan

HannahMurdock

Points +17

Vegetarian
31 Jul 2022

Giant and delicious burritos

Others have said the quantities are small here, but they seem pretty standard or even bigger than other burrito places. Also it was delicious! Bigger and better than Chipotle for example.

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kaus19

Points +904

Vegetarian
18 Jun 2021

Decent Mexican food

Clearly labelled vegan options. You can choose from Burrito, Tacos, Salad and Bowl. Customizable according to your liking.

ebunnybee

Points +142

Vegan
08 Nov 2019

Not bad

The size is small and price is high to be honest, and it tastes fine. I prefer other burrito chains around Tokyo area.

Keito26

Points +355

Vegetarian
07 Jul 2019

Overpriced

The burritos here are on the smaller side, a regular going for 1100yen (a set with chips brings it to 1400yen). Even though they gave a truly impressive amount of quac — two whole ice cream scoops worth — it’s still not worth the cost. I wouldn’t go again unless desperate. Better to visit a nicer restaurant in the area if you are paying that much for food.

hpgryffy

Points +86

Vegetarian
19 Apr 2019

Good after a night out

Exactly what it’s advertising - burritos and related products. After a night out, I wanted something less healthy than Japanese fare (at least in my mind) and this was the perfect choice. A good size burrito, filled with some beans, rice, guacamole (3 scoops), salsa, lettuce, cheese, and sour cream. Really hit the spot. Unfortunately since so much of that is cold, the burrito overall was cold, but can’t be helped when you’re literally eating a cup of guac. It’s going to make anything else cold, especially as it goes down the line and toppings are added.

Pros: Clearly labeled vegetarian options, All English menu

Cons: Gets busy, so the making can take awhile

Zorori

Points +20

Mostly Veg
23 Sep 2018

Nice, but too expensive

This is one of the few Mexican places in Roppongi and you'll find yourself going just for the change.

Whilst the food is nice, it's simply far too expensive. A regular burrito is 1000Y and will leave you hungry, so the grande is what you'll need but it costs 1600Y. Elsewhere in Roppongi you would get a starter or side and drink for that price -- not here. You can eat all you want from the excellent Brazilian buffet around the corner for less!

As a veggie you'll have the usual options: rice, beans, salad, guacamole, salsa, cheese. Nothing too unusual!

Pros: Mexican food!, Good food

Cons: Price, Small portions

Sahy

Points +30

Vegan
08 Dec 2017

Meagre portions, Expensive

Not very impressed with this place. I got a veggie burrito, no cheese or sour cream. The portions were really small, at least of the beans and rice. I kept waiting for the guy to add more, but realized one tiny scoop each of rice and beans was all I was going to get. So i had to order the big size, which got me TWO measly scoops of these items. The guy did add three big scoops of guacamole, though. Everything was pretty cold (the ingredients were laid out in a salad bar) and taste wasn't great enough to warrant paying ¥1600. There appear to be several other veg-friendly places in the area. If I could do it over, I would go to one of those, instead.

Sgtravel

Points +13

Vegetarian
19 Jun 2016

Mexican food

It was a welcoming change to have some Mexican food after traveling in Japan for a few weeks however was not impressed. I ordered the quesadilla and it was simply a very thin tortilla with about 2 cup fulls of cheddar cheese. It was very greasy.

Pros: easy to find

Seeayesix

Points +45

Vegetarian
09 May 2016

Nice Mexican fastfood

A nice place if you want a change of diet. Very much like a burrito anywhere, maybe it could've been warmer. I ordered the 'Grande' with chips and that was filling enough. No problems ordering in English and it's made on the go so you get the food directly.

Pros: Good vegetarian option, pretty sure you can order

Cons: Nachos was a bit dull, the salsa was as well (but

VickyMan

Points +172

Vegan
14 Oct 2014

Nice

They serve burritos, tacos, salads etc. I ordered a veg burrito but was a bit disappointed as the ingredients were too cold for me, guacamole had small pieces of onions, salsa was mainly fresh but chunks of raw tomatoes (i hate raw onions and tomatoes in my food, but if you dont have a problem with this, then you should be fine).

I ordered guacamole with chips too. the chips/nachos were yummy.

They have meat stuff too (beef).. their serving style is like subway, so you can see what they put and tell them how much or how little of a particular ingredient you like. Its very good for veg people as they can see what goes in their food and the staff are very hygienic (will change gloves etc)

Their condiments and sauces are very yummy (red pepper sauce).

They have a nice outdoor seating arrangement surrounded by other restaurants/bars too

Restaurant is pronounced as "Fri-ho-lay".

Staff speak good English and are quite westernised and friendly.




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