This little Mexican joint lets you build your own burrito. Choose your set, meat, level of spice, and extras. They assemble it and grill it. I ordered a mixed meat one, spicy, jumbo size with added beans. It looked great when it came out. First bite, though, and I found it was very Koreanized--not in a Kogi Taco Truck way but in a Lotte Department Store kebab way. My mouth was full of shredded cabbage, rice, and what I swear was Thousand Island dressing. Eventually some meat poked through. The most alarming part was the beans. I was expecting some refried beans or even some canned pinto or black beans. I think the beans in this one were the cheap baked beans that are put in budae jjigae. Despite this, after a few more bites, this burrito started to grow on me. Then I came to my senses. I don't think I'll return.