Woods Cross, UT

Sweeto Burrito Serves Tex-Mex Food in Wood Cross, Utah

S. F. Mori

They have three locations in Utah

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Sweeto Burrito Restaurant(Image is author's)

Tex-Mex restaurants have become very popular in the United States. Sweeto Burrito is a Tex-Mex restaurant in Woods Cross, Utah, located at 2471 Wildcat Way. It is in a shopping center along with other businesses, stores, and restaurants.

There are Sweeto Burrito franchises in Utah, Idaho, and Washington. The other two Utah locations are in Logan and Orem although the Orem location is currently closed for repairs.

Sweeto does not fit in a box. Sweeto takes inspiration from delicious comfort foods from around the world. We are not a Tex/Mex only concept. Though we take our Luchador/hero roots very seriously, we celebrate cultures and heros from all over the globe. Come into a Sweeto and experience the difference. [From the website: sweetoburrito.com]

They have an extensive menu with many items from which to choose. You pick a burrito and then select a free side (tots, fries, side salad with house vinaigrette, or rice and beans).

The Sweeto Burrito has slow cooked, sweet shredded pork with lime rice, black beans, house-made Hot Chedda Sauce, salsa and cilantro ranch.

They also have burritos and other items with varieties of chicken, steak, lamb, bacon, eggs, veggies, and cheese.

There are several choices of salads offered which include various meats and vegetables. They have an Asian salad on the menu.

The bowls are a delicious way to eat meat and vegetables. They include choices of grilled steak, smoked chicken, sweet pork, or veggies, rice, and black beans without meat.

Their website shares this information:
To the customers of Sweeto: Welcome to the family too! We thank you and encourage your thoughts, your feedback and ideas.

Sweeto Burrito is a family friendly restaurant with many choices for adults and children as well as snacks and drinks. They are listed as a Tex-Mex restaurant, but they have a wide variety of food.

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