On the recommendation of a friend, I visited 4 Caminos on Broadway St NE next to The Willamette Noodle Co. It's a two story building with large windows around most of the restaurant. During my lunch hour on a sunny day, I made my first visit to this establishment. One of the best parts about eating at a sit down Mexican restaurant is the chips and salsa. Brought immediately to my table, the basket of fried tortilla chips was pretty good, and not salty. The salsa the same and a little spicy. I ordered the #13 "Burrito Mandero" from the lunch menu for $5.25. Most of the items from that menu are priced the same and include rice and beans. The waiter was prompt and brought out my food right away, steaming hot. I ordered the Mandero with shredded beef but when mine came it was ground. That's OK, I dug into it anyway. It tasted like a Burrito Supreme from Taco Bell only fresher. That's wasn't meant as an insult, I almost ate the whole thing. It's not a place that I would go back to but worth checking out and crossing off my list.