[CLOSED] Panchos (Mid Valley Megamall)

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~RM30/pax
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T-041B, Level 3 Mezzanine, Mid Valley Megamall
Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City
Kuala Lumpur 59200

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If your lunch routine is getting stale in the Mid Valley vicinity, it's high time you track down Panchos on the mall's top floor. The taqueria, or taco stand, is where you can have a customisable Mexican meal at pocket-friendly prices. Build your own in this order: base, filling and hot sauce (optional). The Soft Tacos (RM16 for two) filled with sweet-sticky, slow-cooked beef brisket is a picture of comfort, but we're convinced that nothing beats the flavour-packed Burrito (RM18.50). Rice, cheese, beans, pico de gallo, lettuce and your choice of filling, all rolled into soft flour tortilla that helps retain warmth in every full, meaty bite. Go for the chipotle beef filling for its smoky chipotle adobo marinade that seeps well into the beef for flavour. There is also an equally hearty option for a Burrito Bowl (RM18.50) — the same ingredients served in a dish minus the tortilla. Help yourself to the homemade hot sauces, and snag a bottle of Mexican soda Jarritos (RM10.90) to wash it all down!
Avg price per person: RM30
Photo by Burppler Muriel A

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Went with the staff's recommendation and opted for the Chipotle Beef and Grilled Chicken (you can choose any filling you like and they don't have to be the same). The grilled chicken breast cubes were a little too dry for my liking but the pulled beef in the latter was goood – flavour-packed and tender after overnight marination in smoky chipotle adobo followed by a long, slow slow braise.

Do add plenty of the tangy homemade sauces before taking a bite or perhaps the XX-rated sauce for a more fiery kick. (It's not as spicy as it sounds, but a good enough excuse to get a bottle of Jarritos ✌🏼️).

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Been looking for a place at Chipotle like in the States? Now you can get something really similar at Mid Valley on the new Mezzanine Floor at South Court!
A choice of burritos, burrito bowls, soft and hard tacos, nachos, and a lot more! Also a choice of protein filling that you like from beef and chicken meat. Their Ramadhan Special is the beef rendang that tasted quite delicious too!
I had the burrito bowl and they are very willing to cater to your demands if you'd like to customise your bowl. I really love the blend of taste and how appetising everything was.
Next, the burrito is with the Ramadhan special, Beef Rendang. Although not very authentic but it was delicious. The beef rendang could do a little more spice. However, it was definitely a very filling wrap! 😅 The difference between a burrito bowl and the burrito is the latter is wrapped in soft tortilla wraps the former is not (gluten free). Usual mix of a burrito are rice, cheese, choice of protein, beans, pico de gallo, lettuce, and sour cream.
Of course you can omit things that you don't want or have some things on the side as you wish. Like I did with the burrito bowl, I omitted rice and sour cream because I don't like sour cream in nature, had pico de gallo and guacamole on the side.
Definitely lesser choices and variety than Chipotle, USA. But it's fairly close. Checkout their Instagram for their menu!

Choice of brown rice, wholewheat tortilla, and an add on of guacamole to make your food healthier and tastier.
Extra points for delicious pico de gallo and guacamole with the texture of a smooth ice cream! 😝 Food: 7/10 Price: 7/10 (RM 16.90 for both burrito and burrito bowl; extra charges - RM 3.90 for guacamole, RM 1.20 for whole wheat tortilla, RM 1.60 for brown rice)

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