Although the burritos are not as good as Anna's Taqueria, they are still a pretty good value and a filling meal. The burrito maker will accomodate your special requests (just stand around while you make it and tell him what you do and don't want). I think the guacamole has too much tomato and not enough avocado and is too liquidy. The chicken doesn't seem to have too much flavor, but you can make up for that with the hot sauce. The location is convenient, so it's a good subsitute if you're not near an Anna's (it does average close to $1 more per burrito, but it's a good meal for about $5). The staff is friendly and happy to chat with you (the owner is from Guatemala).