El Patron's Burrito Mojado/Wet Burrito (see pic). It was exploding with flavors that were born from spices, not hitchhiking on wagons of salt. It was a hearty, juicy goodness and a welcome breath of fresh chile for the mountain-hugging town of Altadena. And like a virginal ear to Disney Hall's magical concoction of better-than-life sounds. The crispy taco was perfect. Many fry the shell until it has the consistency of burnt tree bark, then pinch the bottom so it holds less meat (a well-bred Polynesian notices these things). There's no pinching in El Patron's kitchen.