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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by RS, Apr 16, 2012.
Chipotle or Qdoba? I think I like Qdoba more now...
Theyre essentially the same thing.
Moe's. Definitely. Joey Baggadonuts. Then, Chipotle, by a long distance.
the taco barn around the corner... i have to point at a menu to order if I want them to get it right. and i don't "enjoy" any of their sauces. Sure, I can handle the mild one but I choose not to. Plus they have more than tacos and burritos. I've never seen another "white dood" in there either.
i did try out a freebirds recently ... meh
I like Chipotle and wish there was one a little closer.
Sadly, I have been unable to find good Mexican food near our new home. There is one place, but it's run by white folks, so the food is average at best.
I'd love to have either of those joints close.
I noticed that same thing moving to the east coast. It's very difficult to find good Mexican food in the D.C. area. I have switched to the central and south American cuisine along with rotisserie chicken joints.
Chipotle is the better of those two....and Moe's is gross.
How I miss the endless taquerias in California.
I have never seen a Qdoba, so I voted Chipolte. Though there is MUCH better Mexican food than that right across the street.
Its all good including taco bell.
This^ Seems like the best places in CA were these hole in the wall places. They always had Hispanics eating in them. Always a good sign that the food was great.
I don't think one can consider Taco Bell to be real Mexican food...
Yet....yes at the same time.
If those are my choices I will pass. :-\
None of those are actually Mexican food.
And yes, I love those roadside trailers, carts and grocerias on the West Coast the best. Yum.
A summarized quote I heard on the radio by Gustavo Arellano, who is the editor of the OC Weekly, and recently released a book titled Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America...
he basically said that if its Mexican food to you, then its real Mexican food. He went on to say that all over Mexico & the US there are so many variants on what Mexican food is and how its prepared that, really, its all Mexican food. YMNSTTSW, of course.
Freebirds...I think that they are only in Texas tho...
Yeah, well up here in New Hampshire where there is more culture in yogurt, it sure is Mexican.
Hell to the yeah!
Chipotle, but I like a little burn when I get my big-as-yo-face burrito. Every time I went to Moe's they screwed something up and I usually got undercooked rice and Qdoba just tasted bland to me.
If you were in Tejas I'd suggest Chuy's but it's your loss.