• Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 5 reviews )

397 W Main St, Dallastown, Pennsylvania, USA, 17313

Serves meat, vegan options available. A lowbrow (on purpose) burrito and quesadilla joint with several locations. Offers the choice of potato filling instead of meat. Vegans to specify--ask to omit cheese, sour cream, etc. Note: the Texas Hold'em BBQ sauce in the BBQ burrito contains honey. American style burritos, comes in 2 sizes. Open Mon-Sat 11:00am-9:00pm, Sun 12:00pm-8:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, American, Fast food, Take-out, Mexican, Honey, Non-veg

5 Reviews

First Review by LHFixer

Favorite Burrito! - Edit

Not sure what the guy referring to pinto beans is talking about because they serve black beans in their burritos..... I've been to all of the locations many many times and never once seen any pinto beans. It's cool that you can just say 'vegan potato burrito' and not have to break everything down. I am super happy they added more veggies to the menu so you can add pineapple, fajita veggies, or shrooms - although I feel like all of the above should just be included. PS. There's a secret menu! I am a hungry girl so I usually get the vegan potato destroyer. The guacamole is the best I've ever had although the one day it was bland.... That one day only.

Pros: Amazing food

Cons: Hipsters

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Starch Replacements? - Edit

The last time I was here I asked what I could get to replace meat in my burrito... apparently the answer was potatoes. Potatoes of all things? No attempt at tofu or anything? A bizarre choice. Perhaps they should step up their game.

Pros: can replace meat

Cons: only meat replacement is potatoes

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Quick and Dependable - Edit

I think this is the most south of the Roburritos. I've been to this location 2 or 3 times, when I venture into PA. Not much of an atmosphere to linger in, sort of eat in and leave. Def get the vegan burrito with POTATOES in it, and I may try for pineapple next time like the guy above said.

Not as cool as the market location.

Pros: Don't want to linger

Cons: Fast , Clean Bathrooms, Good parking

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Maybe the food is good, but the staff sucks - Edit

Went here some time ago and tried to verify with the staff that the pinto beans were vegetarian. Response was "Yeah, they're beans", at which point I tried to explain why I was asking. One more sarcastic response later and we were out of there. Tried to express this experience to the owner who said that you can either hire good chefs or good people, but that it's impossible for a good chef to also be good at treating people kindly.

The food here might be good, but we'll never find out.

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Delicious Burritos with Vegan Options - Edit

Roburrito has fantastic Burritos. We go there quite often. While the ingredients are prepared in seperate locations I consider the complete omission of ingredients good enough, especially in a place like Dallastown and York. The employees and feel of the place is fantastic (even Blake is okay) but might be off putting to the run of the mill stick in the mud.

I've been to the York and Central Market locations. The places are pretty lowbrow and the employees get a little "cool guy" on you; I just ignore it. York and Dallastown has no shortage of suburban hipsters. The place is covered with old local pop punk band stickers and memorabilia that old guys like me used to actually go and see.

The menu is simple and a little misleading. You get a burrito with no options. It normally has meat, cheese, and sourcream. The vegan variety simply omits these ingredients and adds potato. I really like the texture of the potato, (and I've added tater tots to my home cooked burritos with great success). You have several levels of hot sauce that you can select. I prefer the "Cuban Missile Crisis". One of the best features is that there is a "miniburrito" size. This is about as much burrito as I can comfortably eat anyway. They also have quesadillas, but I've never had them.

Once at the Central Market location once of the employees who was also a vegan offered to make his special vegan version. It included pineapple, and was fantastic. This was unfortunately a one time deal. At any rate, go get a burrito and eat it, soon.

Pros: Excellent food, Inexpensive, Pretty Healthy

Cons: A little heavy on the Dreadlocks, Poor Drink Selecton, NO HIGH CHAIRS

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