Ah, the breakfast burrito. It’s the quintessential Tex-Mex food item. Whether you like yours wrapped and stuffed with salsa, with or without potatoes, cheesy or spicy, there’s no shortage of options in Plano. Here are the five best breakfast burritos in Plano Texas.
Where: 6409 Coit Rd
Don’t be fooled by the name of this Plano spot. You can find more than just tacos on the menu here. Although known for their tacos, Taco Delite has a monster of a breakfast burrito available. For under $3, yes, just three bucks, you can get a burrito stuffed with potatoes and bacon, or classic chorizo that’s sure to fill you up at breakfast time. This spot is also conveniently located nearby The Place at Harvestree. It will take you about 5 minutes to get to Taco Delite from the community by car.
Where: 801 S Greenville Ave #118
Specializing in all things burritos, El Grande Burrito does a great take on Texas’ favorite breakfast staple, too. Order a burrito al gusto. It comes filled with a long list of ingredients like eggs, cheese, refried pinto beans, and diced potatoes, along with your very own choice of meat, which includes choices like chorizo, bacon, ham or sausage. The traditional homestyle restaurant also has a generous offering of other breakfast dishes including huevos rancheros and migas, a Tex-Mex egg scramble that is mixed with onions, tomatoes, cheese and peppers, which is said to have originated right here in Texas, Austin, in fact.
Where: 1900 Preston Rd
Located in Preston Park Village, this casual, yet modern, restaurant serves up a variety of healthy options that are all made with local ingredients. At Lyfe Kitchen you can opt for a healthy choice. Served wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla, this healthy breakfast burrito is filled with eggs, arugula, cherry tomatoes, avocado, chipotle aioli, salsa fresca and cheddar cheese.
Where: 17509 Coit Rd
A go-to for Mexican street eats, Tejano BBQ & More offers a great selection of good food at even better prices. A favorite among frequent visitors, the breakfast burritos here are sure to hit the spot. Choose from meats like brisket, barbacoa or carnitas, and be sure to have your tortillas loaded with salsa, housemade habanero sauce, potatoes and cheese for extra flavor.
Where: 1855 Dallas Pkwy
What started as a food trailer in Austin is now a nationwide phenomenon. With three different breakfast options, diners at Torchy’s can choose to “hold the potatoes,” go fajita-style, or load up their tortillas with beef brisket and jack cheese. Torchy’s also offers a selection of sides from guacamole and salsa to refried beans and rice.