I've hear a great deal about the Provo Restaurant Mountain West Burrito. Don't quote me, but this is the story I know about the place: A guy opens up a burrito shop using all sorts of fresh, local, and organic ingredients. Guy has to go back home so he decides to sell his burrito shop to Heirloom Restaurant group (i.e. P712, Communal, etc). We have some pretty close ties with Heirloom Restaurant Group, so we've been excited to check out Mountain West Burrito.
The restaurant is located at what was an old gas station. They have recently taken down all the pumps and the canopy that covered the pumps. Now you can actually see the Mountain West Burrito sign on the building. We ordered a chicken chimichanga and a "giant" steak burrito. I was a little apprehensive when I saw them put on pinto beans (I like black) but we really enjoyed our meal. I generally prefer chimichangas drenched in sauce, however, this one was pretty good on it's own.
Knowing that everything is fresh, organic, or local (or possible all) makes you feel better and you can even taste the difference. I'm no big food critic, so I figure if I can taste even the smallest difference, most everyone else should.
The only criticism that I have heard from people is that since the original owner sold the place, the new staff hasn't been as friendly. The guy behind the counter when we went was extremely friendly and genuine. He seems like a guy that would recognize the regulars and would have no problem having a conversation with you if that is what you desired.
Go, check it out! It's not expensive and it's a fun "off the beaten path" kind of place. Not something you would expect from an old gas station. (Side not: I got mine to go)