That’s a Tasty Bullfrog

April 28, 2007 at 8:20pm By: Mr. Wilson Posted in The Lincolnite Blog

After a tiring morning of soccer matches, my dad and I had lunch at Mexicali Bullfrog. Why aren’t more Lincolnites talking about this place?

Location is probably one of the reasons. Tucked into a strip mall on the southwest corner of 70th and O, Mexicali Bullfrog isn’t exactly visible. Nor is it very large. There’s one table (3 chairs), one counter (3 stools), and one spool (3 seats). Yes, I said spool, as in college student living room. The interior is nicely decorated with a bit of a rainforest feel.

My dad and I both had the Poison Dart Burrito, a large spinach tortilla filled with chicken, ground beef, lettuce, and salsa. I really enjoyed my burrito, and I think my dad probably would have enjoyed his more if it hadn’t fallen apart on him. A piece of advice: keep the burrito wrapped up in the wax paper as long as possible to help prevent the problem my dad experienced. Also on the menu are tacos, enchiladas and a couple other Mexican-inspired favorites.

Overall I was pleased with the experience, and I plan to go back. Given the choice between the nearby Taco Inn (our original destination) and Mexicali Bullfrog, I’ll take the latter every time. It’s hard not to make comparisons with Paul’s BBQ (48th and Pioneers) because both restaurants began out of the back of a truck. I didn’t discover either one until they had their permanent locations, and I think both have the potential to do well.

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Mr. T April 28, 2007 at 9:17pm

What? No photos of the food? Shame…shame…

D.M.B. April 28, 2007 at 9:22pm

I’m guessing the camera wasn’t along on the trip because like he said the initial destination was Taco Inn

foxspit April 29, 2007 at 11:34pm

I’ve wanted to try this but takeout appears to be the best option and it’s not a convenient location for us to do takeout.  If they ever add seating, I’ll give it a try.

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