Well, two burritos (one pollo asado, super, at Papalote; one carnitas, not super, at Taqueria El Farolito) and one giant chile verde taco (again, at Papalote), which was practically a burrito. They were all *very good*. Seriously excellent.
But Seattle-ites: Rancho Bravo and the Taco Bus, e.g., are absolutely comparable. Not, like, better necessarily, but in the same class for sure. Unequivocally. Empirically. Update your expectations: Seattle does have some (if far less!) good, real Mexican food now.
These were some mariachis crowding into Taqueria El Farolito about 15 minutes ago, playing for tips:
And this was Burrito #1, a.k.a. Burrito Prime:
SF certainly gets the extras better: good fresh salsa and free chips are mandatories, beer is nearly always an option. At Papalote, they had a ton of choices (including some crazy hybrid and veggie options), and a delicious jicama garnish.