Decent burrito to grab whilst on the go! We ordered the beef and caramelised onion and a shredded chicken burrito 🌯. Me and my partner both found the burritos filling! Cool tunes and cool name ‘No Hablo Espanol’
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We had the pulled BBQ pork burrito and it was absolutely delicious! Also suitable for vegetarians/vegans and glutenfree options. You can have a burrito, burrito box (gluten free) or quesadilla with lots of different fillings to choose from. Not a lot of seating space, but...More
Really dry boring burrito with limp lettuce nothing special I've had much better in Berlin , and the woman working there was probably one of the rudest people I've encountered in a long time , I Just wanted a takeaway burrito and I was the...More
The service here is horrible. All the staff look miserable and are rude to the customers. Have tried this place twice now and both times the same rubbish customer service. The second time we went the staff were shouting and arguing with one another.The food...More
Berlin is generally blessed with many great restaurants in international cuisines - and Friedrichshain is in particular - but "No Hablo Espanol" is definitly among the most outstanding places. It's practically a take away only as there are only a couple of barstools to spend...More
After nearly two years of consistently visiting Friedrichshain, I finally tried this place. I can say that I was pleasantly surprised with the taste and size (a bit too big actually) of the burrito.
The owner is very unfriendly and the food was not good as i expect,there's a lot of restaurants where you can eat a good burrito and find a nice owner,like Santa Maria(great restaurant/pub)or burrito baby(restaurant).
This little burrito place offers delicious food that is made right in front of you. Very tiny it offers only a few seats inside and even fewer outside, but it's well worth the visit. Haven't had better burritos for a long time!
"No hablo espanol" greets with a sign outside their tiny store that says "Ay caramba, Huuuuuunger" (which means hungryyyyyyyy in German. If you understand this sign to be a promise to tackle your hunger, they definitely fulfill their promise. They serve tasty burritos and quesadillas...More