The Cajun Killer Burrito at Raging Burrito & Taco can be had with a wide variety of proteins. 
Photo: CONTRIBUTED BY HENRI HOLLIS
Photo: CONTRIBUTED BY HENRI HOLLIS

A Decatur mainstay offers bayou flair where you don’t expect it

The year 1996 was a big one for metro Atlanta. Not only did the city play host to the Centennial Olympic Games, the owners of Raging Burrito & Taco also hung their shingle on Decatur Square. They’re still around, offering some of the best burritos available.

An example is the Cajun Killer Burrito. What separates it from other mission-style burritos? Besides being almost obnoxiously large and filling, it also has a culinary theme that creates an undeniably cohesive flavor. It can be had with a wide variety of proteins, including fish and tofu, but the recommendation is to get the Cajun-spiced steak. Most of the burrito’s components beyond the steak are relatively standard, but the red onions and roasted garlic give the Cajun Killer a bayou flair. It’s immensely satisfying. 

Raging Burrito has been a consistent presence on Decatur Square for nearly a quarter-century because it serves good food at good prices. At $10.95, the Cajun Killer Burrito is a complete meal that’s still light on your wallet. 

Raging Burrito & Taco. 141 Sycamore St., Decatur. 404-377-3311, ragingburrito.com.

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