When it came to choosing a place where to eat for this review I was struggling more on choosing a place than getting this blog post started. My 7-5 job places me in downtown Santa Ana at the Central Justice Superior Court all week. I have been here for the past 3 years and have had a chance to eat at the local restaurants, but only one has been good enough that I consistently go back for the food and service. Mexican restaurant “Pico de Gallo” located on 901 West 17th Street Santa Ana, CA 92706. On February 27, I invited my co-worker Alma to go grab some lunch. As soon as we entered the restaurant we were politely greeted by the cashier. “Hola me puedes dar un burrito de carnitas y una agua de horchata?” A few minutes later I was in possession of a burrito that had much more food in it than a foot-long at Subway. A ten minute walk back to work seemed to take forever since the whole way back my stomach was empty and all I can think of is the moment of when I would be at work eating, luckily talking to my co-worker kept my mind of my hunger. As soon as I got to work, I began sinking in my teeth into that burrito. The tortillas where still warm and tasty as soon as I took my first bite. When I took my first bite, I can taste the moist rice and meat hit my tongue on the very first bite. The burrito was very delicious, but there was only one problem that I was able to find with the burrito and that was the was a bit over cooked on the edges so whenever I would take a small bite, a whole chunk of meat would follow. This isn’t necessarily sufficient to call the burrito, a bad burrito. The burrito and the large horchata roughly cost me approximately 7 dollars. Pico de Gallo has good food and decent pricing so it is definitely a place you would consider even if it was out of your way.