360 Gourmet Burrito

Located in McCarran airport, this place was one of the few dining options that looked appetizing. They’ve got all sorts of burrito combinations consisting of different ingredients and sauces (cajun, Thai, teriyaki, curry, mediterranean). You can also get burrito bowls, salads, wraps, quesadillas, and sandwiches. The steak and prawns burrito I ordered was decent. There was plenty of juicy, well flavored steak, but the prawns were tiny and rubbery. As with all airport dining options, prepare to pay up the wazoo for something that should cost half as much as they charge.

3 Stars

5757 Wayne Newton Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89119

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  • Chris in CA says:

    I hit this place on my way out of Vegas. What a joke. 3 people taking orders, one person cooking, and one person mixing up all the food as she handed it to customers. All of the ingredients came out of heated metal pans, which is reasonable for a fast food joint. What ruined any chance of this being a decent meal is the half scoop of water or broth that came with EVERY item they tossed in the burrito. It ended up looking like a tortilla-shaped water balloon. The taste was marginal, but the mess was unbelievable. And with 3 people taking orders for the one lone cook, everything tokk nearly 1/2 an hour. Avoid this one if you are in a hurry, don’t want to get covered in grease, or you actually like decent burritos.

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