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Serves meat, vegan options available. Kashmiri, Indian, Mexican fusion in a burrito wrap. Could choose veggies or daal instead of meat filling. Open Mon-Sat 12:00pm-9:00pm, Sun 1:00pm-6:00pm.

Categories: Indian, Fast food, Take-out, Mexican, Fusion, Non-veg

4 Reviews

First Review by dk1212

Awful... - Edit

Used to love Kurrito, but it has recently gone completely downhill. The food is now carelessly thrown together, flavourless and of poor quality. A drastic and sad deterioration. My go-to dish was always a bowl with butternut squash and chickpeas. Last two visits have resulted in large bowls of sticky, stodgy rice with tasteless chickpeas and bland butternut squash. A man behind the counter (new owner/ manager perhaps) was extremely rude to female members of staff - shouting orders them. Whilst he was pleasant to customers I find it uncomfortable to witness hard working staff being belittled in such a manner. Awful.

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M.O.R. - Edit

- Pretty down the line. Its mexican style meets Indian spicing.
They occasionally run odd promotions, such as a table outside that blasts out music.

Its just OK. Chickpeas and lentils, what feels like a medium sauce can be turned to magma with dried chillis.

I prefer Slums too, and haven't felt the need to return here after a couple of visits. Certainly not "scrum diddly umptious", or whatever.

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Rough & Ready - Edit

The good: it's currently £5 for a curry burrito (they call it a "kurrito", hence the name).
Their offerings are chickpea or mixed veg, along with rice, peppers, chillies and sundries in a burrito style choose-your-fillings service, in a chapati / wholemeal wrap. They also offer the usual bowls etc.
The bad:
Drinks are just canned sodas. Would be nice to see something else.
The veggie fillings (chickpea / mixed veg) are often quite bland to my spice-loving palate, and can look very, very oily.
The emphasis really is like Boojum's: high volumes like a school lunch line.
There are also not many tables and spaces to eat.
The food in general, is a bit inspid for me. A 10 minute walk takes you to the similar, but much nicer Slums.

Pros: Cheap, Quick, Good for solo dining

Cons: Bland, No customer toilets IIRC, Often there are beggars outside or nearby!

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Brilliant! - Edit

I love this place, I first visited it two weeks ago for lunch and have been 3 times since.

I love Indian food and I love burritos...so it may only be natural that I loved this place.

My major gripe with other burrito places in Belfast are the lack of an alternative to meat, peppers or guacamole just don't cut it.

Firstly you pick from a burrito, taco, bowl, fajita or roti.

For the filling: for Vegans, you can choose
Butternut squash and coconut
For vegetarians there is also a paneer and pea filling.

The great thing about this place, they will let you mix and match, for example, my favorite is the chickpeas and with the paneer and pea.

You then choose your salad and chutney.

A burrito and drink only came to £5.

I must say, I really love this place and has quickly become one of my favorite lunch spots, I would give 5 stars if I could.
Updated from previous review on Thursday July 09, 2015

Updated from previous review on Thursday July 09, 2015

Pros: Proper vegan/vegetarian fillings., Can be quite healthy, Inexpensive

Cons: No Vegan labeling,need to ask

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