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Leaning Tower Of Romano's Pizza

I've said it before. Three attributes that contribute to a burrito's greatness are the steamed tortilla, a tight wrap with distributed ingredients, and foil wrapping.

During my time in NYC, I never found these three together. Of course, there are exceptions to prerequisites of greatness, but when you eat this many burritos, you've got to find a pattern somewhere.

Back to the chicken burrito specimen at hand.

You can see two of these three qualities on display. This wrap was so tight, I was able to stand the burrito on end. Brilliant. And delicious.

This Romano's Pizza meal was rated: 8.3.

Monday, December 19, 2005 by Jonah.