The burrito gods shined down on the world the day Chipotle was created. Whether you’re a traditional burrito eater or opt for the bowl or tacos, Chipotle is serving up Mexican food that your tastebuds will go loco for. Not only is Chipotle pretty darn delicious, their food is also fairly nutritious in comparison to other restaurants like it.
If you don’t believe me, you can get more information here. No matter if you’re a frequent Chipotle eater or not, take a look at their menu before heading over and try something new if these recommendations aren’t for you.
College is expensive and eating out is a luxury. Here are 8 tips to make your next trip to Chipotle a little easier to digest:
1. Get a burrito bowl.
Burrito bowls give customers bigger portions than traditional burritos.
2. Ask for extra rice.
This is free. Adding it will only beef up your burrito.
3. Ask for both kinds of beans.
Again, this is free. Noms. Beans.
4. Go half-n-half on the meat.
You’ll get charged for the more expensive meat, but you’ll likely get 3/4 of a scoop of each meat instead of a whole scoop of one kind.
5. Ask for a tortilla on the side.
More free things. Win-win. Get a burrito bowl. Eat half. Create a burrito on your own with your free tortilla. Booya!
6. Ask for fajita veggies.
Also free. Loving this yet?
7. Go late at night.
If you go close to closing time, they’ll put as much in your burrito as they possibly can.
8. Guacamole on the side, please!
You will likely get a larger portion of guac this way. Guaca-what?
Next time you’re at Chipotle, try these recommendations and bask in the glory that is free-dom.