I compared Chipotle's food to another major Mexican-food competitor - and the winner shocked me
Tex-Mex restaurants have exploded in the past decade or so, thanks in part to impressive success of Chipotle, the ubiquitous burrito chain that has more or less positioned itself as the standard-bearer of the fast-casual industry.
The Denver-based chain, having reached over 630 locations in 2014, began in 1995 just two years after and four miles north of Chipotle's first restaurant in Colorado's capital.
So, the debate has raged on for nearly two decades: which Denver burrito giant does it best?
With a grand plan for Qdoba in the works, I took it upon myself to investigate, comparing each chain's three classic meal choices: the taco, burrito bowl, and the beloved burrito.
So who will make it in this Mexican heavyweight match? Whose taco triumphs, whose bowl bests, and whose burrito brings home the gold? Keep scrolling to see.
- Meet the Indian-origin women CEOs who are leading the way for major global companies
- SuperRare NFT sells for more than $2 million — a 20,000-fold increase in value over three years
- Microsoft to skill 1 lakh Indians in cybersecurity by 2022
- Love procrastinating? It can help you earn Rs 1 lakh by applying for Chief Excuse Officer at Cultbike.fit
- Google and Microsoft hiring interns in India — Check out eligibility, job descriptions and other details