Being a self-proclaimed foodie and lover of eating out, I thought I’d discovered all the hidden gems my little town had to offer. In swooped Boho Burrito to knock me off my high horse, and I couldn’t be more grateful.
As a die-hard Mexican food fan, I’m ashamed to say I didn’t know of Boho Burrito’s existence until all too recently (thank you social media). Needless to say, the day I discovered them I placed my first order.
Boho started out as street food, regularly trading pre-lockdown at Bicester, Gloucester Green, & Headington markets. They then adapted to offering takeaways from their van – which is when I first tried them – before moving to a fixed location in Bicester.
When I did find them, I couldn’t fault their professionalism – all PPE and social distancing adhered to – nor could I fault their food.
Boho didn’t let me down…
Two huge, filled to the brim burritos (£6.50 each), with all the sweet and smoky deliciousness you want. Alongside that were cream cheese-filled jalapeño poppers (£3.95) with a tortilla chip breadcrumb. My mouth just watered writing this! Plus, you can add extras of any of your favourite toppings (hello guac). The team also stock ‘Jarritos’, a Mexican soda; we couldn’t resist the mango and the mandarin (£2.50), both too sweet for my tastes, but my partner enjoyed them.
Boho will become a definite staple for me. There are still multiple burritos to try, as well as tacos and churros (!!). I’d love to see the menu expand a little more, and a takeaway margarita would have made it heaven. But, for now, I’m just overjoyed I can get some Mexican favourites in my home town.
We went back and tried the churros (£3.95)! Hot chocolate fudge sauce with ‘crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside’ churros. An absolute dream team which Boho Burrito have done brilliantly. They’re also planning to offer delivery in the next few months. Fingers crossed for cocktails! 🤞🍸