Readers Choose Best Burrito in Redmond: Ooba Tooba

The local chain beat out the competition in this week's Readers' Choice poll.

OK Blutarsky (see Animal House, 1978) hold your fire, the food fight is over! The in Redmond has been won, so now please envision a drummer boy snapping out a roll on the snare.

, an Eastside favorite with locations in downtown Redmond (15802 NE 83rd St.), Woodinville and Bellevue, was the first-place winner both in our  (grabbing more than half the 128 votes) and with its .

Here's one such comment from a reader named Diane:

Ooba's has my favorite Mexican restaurant and their Grilled Chicken Burrito is absolutely incredible! It's not the usual tasteless, red sauce, greasy food that is so typical of Mexican restaurants. They serve freshly-made Baja Mexican food and they are locally owned. I love to support local companies!

National burrito kings came in second-place with 27 percent of the vote, and several local joints including and also got some love. It's obvious Redmond has no shortage of places to roll up your sleeves and dive into a delicious burrito.

And now let’s move on down the Readers’ Choice road and ponder next week’s poll: The best place in Redmond to prepare your taxes—as if taxes are not on all of our minds right about now!

A story announcing the new poll will post here at 5 a.m. on Monday. We've already begun compiling our list of tax preparers in town, but will gladly accept nominations for places to put on our poll. Please email the editor, Caitlin.Moran@Patch.com, or let us know on Facebook.

Bill Huggins April 25, 2013 at 04:57 PM
My vote goes to Baja Fresh in the Overlake area, next to Sears. They have a great variety of burritos.


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