Review by: Roadfood Team

Burgerittoville is the “Home of the burgeritto,” which is a lovely tortilla-wrapped hamburger with cheese, bacon, diced tomato, lettuce and tangy-sweet tomato mayo, also offers chili burgerittos, chickerittos of various kinds, a shrimparitto and even a veggieritto.

Maybe you’re looking for something a little different. Maybe you can’t choose between Mexican and a good ol’ American hamburger. Well now you don’t have to.

What to eat at Burgerittoville

Get off I-84 at exit 10 in Newtown. Head down to the old railroad depot and go inside for a different kind of “road food.” Ask for the Burgeritto. It’s a hamburger with cheese, crumbled bacon, lettuce, diced tomato, and mayo wrapped in a flour tortilla. Absolutely delicious. Or try the Chickencheesesteakarito, or the wings. Everything on the menu is good. The wings are cooked perfectly, spicy without burning your mouth, although they are a little hot for the kids. The onion rings were fried to a golden crispy brown without being overly greasy.

The “ritto” sandwiches we sampled were cooked to order and tasted of fresh ingredients. Did I mention the homemade shakes? Thick enough to taste good, but not so much that you need the lungs of a tri-athelete to get it through the straw. If you don’t have the appetite to try everything on the menu then skip the fries; they were only average, salty and a little greasy.

Despite first impressions this is not “fast food.” Everything is cooked to order, so be prepared to wait a few minutes. Seating is limited, although there is an outside picnic table. If you are there during prime time you may end up enjoying your Burgerittoville Burgeritto  in the car.

Original post by Jeff Johnson

What To Eat


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