Illegal To Be So Delicious

Hello ladies and gents hope you are having a great day. So, some people (my friends at school) wanted me to share my opinion about Izzo’s Illegal Burrito. Lafayette has two locations, one on Ambassador and another on Johnston street. The one on 2010 Johnston St, Lafayette, LA 70503 is my spot. I love this restaurant and can’t have enough of it. It’s perfect for a quick delicious and still healthy bite. I always get a chicken quesadilla, chips and queso, and a lemonade. They take their time, but the cheese is melted, the chicken cut the way I like and well cooked but not burned. The queso sauce is also delicious with the chips not too thin or thick, just perfect. On Mondays they have activities for kids and adults can choose what they want in their burritos. I really like this place and how they ask me, not my mom, what I want, how I want it, and take their time to explain the stuff to me. For this and the whole atmosphere of the place, Izzo’s Illegal Burrito gets a 5 starts, is just that good.

The Kritic Says:

  • 5 Starts
    • This is a very laid back and fun spot to bring your kids. I love when Mom says we can go there.
    • The food is fast, but is still healthy. It all depends on you.
    • The prices are good. The service is great.
    • They have activities for kids, special prices for kids and a great menu for kids.
    • The place is clean and the decoration is cool, kinda like a sports place.




Hello ladies and gents, hope you are having a great day. So, this review is about Chipotle Mexican Grill located at 4231 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy #101, Lafayette, LA 70508. The place looked really neat. I had been there before, for one of the rewards for the Public Library Summer Reading Program, but I went back for my research of the best quesadilla in Lafayette, LA. I love quesadillas, and the seasoning of Chipotle’s chicken quesadillas was good but the chips that came with the children’s menu were too thin. The black beans were not that great either, it tasted like red beans and the seasoning of the rice was tasteless. They got 3.5 starts and that’s that ladies and gents.

The Kritic Says:

  • 3 1/2 Starts
    • The place was clean and the decoration was simple and straight to the point
    • Their quesadilla tasted good, but everything else didn’t
    • They were nice and patient explaining the menu
    • The prices were okay

Namaste and Namaskar to Masala

Ladies and gent, you hear so many things about Indian food, that it is spicy, that it smells, that it doesn’t look good. How about you hear this: it is delicious! I’ve been eating my Mom’s curry for years, and Mom I’m sorry but your curry is not even close to Masala’s food (I love you Mom but their food was great). Masala is located at 2208 Kaliste Saloom Rd, Lafayette, LA 70508 and we went there for my friend Rohan’s birthday and kept going back over and over. You should try it, if you don’t like it, they also have grilled cheese, chicken tenders and corn dogs. Mom ordered chicken and shrimp korma with garlic naan, my sister and I tasted it and loved it. I tried butter chicken, cheesecake and a mousse dessert. Ladies and gents, they get a 5. Yep! That’s that ladies and gents, have a great week.

The Kritic Says:

  • 5 Starts
    • The food was very delicious
    • The service was great, we were many but the waiter was great
    • The prices were good
    • The place was clean and had entertainment for kids
    • The owner sometimes comes out and asks us how everything tastes. I like that. It shows that he cares.

Taco Festival – Behind The Scenes

Ladies and gents, October 28 was tacomania day in Lafayette. It was the day of the first Taco Festival in Lafayette, Louisiana and “taco bout” great event! Sold out in one hour, food vendors ran out of food, and people had too much fun. I can’t wait for next year’s. I want to write a blog just to thank everybody in the Taco Festival organization, to show you some pictures, and share with you my review that came out in The Daily Advertiser.

So, Taco Festival organizers, thank you for inviting me to judge and for making me feel so welcomed. I got a VIP pass, a judge pass, I got to meet the lucha libre guys, taste awesome tacos, meet cool people, and have fun. It was amazing. Want to read my review published in The Daily Advertiser? Just click this link.

Here are some of my pictures so you can see the behind the scenes of judging a Taco Festival:


Taco Festival

Hello ladies and gents, hope you are having a great day. I’m going to keep this short. So I’m judging the Taco Festival this Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 12pm to 6pm at the Horse Farm (that’s on Johnston street, across from Mel’s Diner).

I just wanted to tell you so you can come and enjoy yourself and of course see me. If you want more information go to The Taco Festival and that’s that ladies and gents, bye.

Check out this video my friend Ba in Adventure did for me for the Festival. I hope you like it.