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La Loma Tamales is owned and operated by Enrique and Noelia Garcia. La Loma Tamales provides a wide menu of traditional Mexican food, and its main product is the Mexican tamale. The tamales are sold through company owned Cafeteria La Loma located in the Mercado Central at 1515 E. Lake Street, and La Loma Tamales Restaurant located in the Midtown Exchange located at 920 E. Lake Street.

Added by Matthew FHB on Jun 9 11 (last updated Jun 18 12)

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I visited La Loma tonight and tried to order a burrito without meat, cheese or sour cream. As usual, I was met with a look of bewilderment as if a person who doesn't want to eat dead animals must be an alien from another planet. I explained to the server that I didn't want meat in the burrito, just rice and beans. She said that they can not make it without meat.

I have gotten a vegan burrito at La Loma in the past. In the future I'll go elsewhere and pay my burrito tax!

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I went there and ordered a bean burrito with no cheese and no sour cream. I emphasized that I wanted bean and not beef. They asked if I wanted black beans or pinto beans, and I chose pinto. I said I can't eat any dairy and pointed at my stomach for emphasis (while vegan, I'm also lactose intolerant).

Burrito #1
When my burrito came I took a bite and it tasted really weird. I opened it up to look inside and it had lots of beef, no beans, and cheese. Brought it back to the counter and said I can't eat meat or cheese, and that I ordered bean with no cheese. I almost never send back food (MN nice), but I was hungry and they really messed up my order.

Burrito #2
I had the good sense to open up burrito #2 before eating it. This one had no cheese, and had beans and beef. Getting closer, but still not a vegan burrito. I sent it back and they were irritated and said it had beans and no cheese. I said I can't eat any animal products, and I said no meat or cheese. They said "nothing on it?" and I said "no beef or cheese"

Burrito #3
Finally a vegan burrito! I opened it up, and it had just a little bit of rice, beans, and peas. Burritos #1 and 2 came with chips-- Burrito #3 didn't come with any. Probably a passive aggressive way of saying that they were tired of me sending back burritos. The burrito wasn't particularly tasty, but it wasn't particularly bad, either. It didn't have a lot of filling in it, but that probably goes along with the lack of chips.

This is the first time I've gotten a non-veg dish or had trouble explaining vegan needs in South Minneapolis. There's enough vegans here that usually restaurants are familiar with it.

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$ - inexpensive



6am - 8pm

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