When it comes to Habanero, one word comes to mind - cilantro. Albeit not the favorite garnish of many a local (and once impossible to get in this city), talk to the owner chef at Habanero and he'll give you a large helping of it in your burrito. Approximately 4 to 5 inches in length and 2 to 3 inches in diameter, it's one of the most filling non-Korean meals you can get in the Hongdae area for under 5,000 won. Stuffed in the tortilla is your choice of meat, mozzarella originally meant for frozen pizza, a large handful of flavored rice and of course, cilantro. Add some hot sauce, close your eyes and while it may not be authentic, it's still delicious.