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2023.06.03 04:32 BerryCrunxh My experience with Qdoba

I've been going to the same Qdoba's for the last 12 years. I remember in 2010-2012 or so the restaurant was so popular the line went out the door. The quality stayed good until 2017 or so. The last 6 years I would say this Qdoba really declined, menu and ingredient changes playing a big role. Making the soup seasonal was a huge mistake. The employees are also less trained then they used to be and most don't seem to care. I only go to that Qdoba from preferably opening(11am) to 1PM. The food is obv freshest for the lunch rush and the mannager is there so the employees actually have to make an effort. I've gone into Qdoba's later in the day and the prep counters have been a complete mess with food mixed in with others and employees just taking a piss. One late night my brother and I went to Qdoba and my brother began ordering when he noticed the chicken was noticeably raw. When he pointed it out to the girl working there, she squinted, got up real close to it, giggled and said "yeah, it is a little". We both just walked out.
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2023.03.28 13:55 canadianmenus More from the Food Guide Kitchen

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  1. In a high-sided sauté pan, heat oil over high heat. Add mustard seeds, chilies, and curry leaves and sauté for 30 seconds to release flavours.
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  1. Add sweet potatoes and stir to combine and coat well. Reduce heat to medium and cook for 20 to 30 minutes or until tender.
Preparing meals and snacks using healthy ingredients can be a way to limit highly processed foods.
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2023.02.28 17:17 tamdq Are there any Chipotle-like restaurants in the GTA?

Hi! I was wondering if any of you heard of or visit restaurants that have a similar serving style or menu items to chipotle?
Maybe I’d call it Mexican fast casual. The only one I’m aware of is Fat Bastard burrito, they have larger portion sizes in the burritos but I believe the largest one (the length of my forearm basically, chipotle doesn’t do that) is like almost $20 now. I’m from america and the only other similar restaurant I’ve gone to there was Qdoba, but that’s not in the GTA.
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2023.02.21 17:10 nlxfx17 Qdoba Menu & Prices in USA

Qdoba Menu & Prices in USA
Qdoba is one of my favorite fast-casual dining options, and for good reason. The restaurant's focus on fresh, made-to-order meals and bold, customizable flavors has made it a go-to destination for foodies and casual diners alike. Whether you're in the mood for a classic burrito or something a bit more unique like the QuesaBirria Quesadilla, there's something for everyone on the menu at Qdoba.
One of the things I love most about Qdoba is the variety of fresh ingredients and proteins available for customizing your meal. From grilled adobo chicken to slow-braised pulled pork, there are plenty of flavorful options to choose from. And with a variety of toppings like fresh guacamole, fiery habanero salsa, and crispy jalapeno strips, you can truly make your meal your own. Plus, Qdoba offers plenty of vegetarian and gluten-free options, making it a great choice for diners with dietary restrictions.
Qdoba Menu & Prices in USA
Qdoba Menu & Prices in USA
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2023.02.04 17:09 aeroastrogirl The Tortilla Soup is back (limited time)

The Tortilla Soup is back (limited time)
I can’t describe my excitement
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2023.02.01 00:35 TheJohnnyBlaze Qdoba Adds Viral TikTok Philly Cheesesteak Quesadilla To The Menu (Limited Time)

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2023.01.21 00:23 jyoely Meal Exchange

I've been trying to use Meal Exchange / Gold Meals and it keeps looking like it's putting everything on my dining dollars. I was trying to order from True Burger and i picked the meal exchange menu and when I went to pay with my vandalcard it was saying Dining Dollars. It did this with Qdoba on the Boost app too.
And I tried checking my vandalcard accounts to see if it was just finnicky but it won't show me if it's actually using meal exchange or if it really is taking dining dollars.
I'm just trying to use meal exchange, am i doing something wrong or what?
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2022.12.22 22:18 calgone2012ad Adding a taco shell to a Bowl is $1 extra, but then convert to a Salad and instead rice is $2 extra. Make it make sense.

I was trying to order a bowl and include a taco shell/bowl. I know it’s a $1 extra. I’ve been known this for the past year. Today though, I was told by a store manager that if I get rice as my base, it’s a Bowl and only the shell is an extra $1, yet if I get lettuce as my base and add rice, that means it’s a Salad and rice is $2 extra.
Not only that, but I also found out that for other items they’re supposed to charge extra now. Like if you get more than 3 salsas, extra. If you ask for extra fajita veggies, it’s $4 extra.
And I regularly frequented Qdoba because of their impossible meat option. Then about a month ago, I found out it’s taken off the menu. That was really what livened the flavor for me. No matter, I continued to go a couple times until today I find out there’s even more charges depending on whether you go Bowl vs Salad or ask for extras aside from meat. I didn’t even ask for a Salad, I just said it’s okay to leave the lettuce on the bottom rather than top to make sealing the bowl easier since it was a to-go order. But then out of nowhere, I’m being told now this makes it a Salad and getting rice is an extra $2.
To top it off, none of these upcharge prices regarding the shell nor extras are displayed anywhere on the overhead menu. So if Qdoba is changing their price structure, at least have it on display.
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2022.12.02 05:46 crjahnactual Where can I get a real burrito?

Nearly every place that has burritos on the menu serves them in a bowl fulla green chiles. Looking for a burrito I can eat with my hands that is better quality than the stuff at Chipotle or Qdoba. Moes Southwest Grille was alright, but they're not around here and I've had better.
It would be awesome if I could find a place willing to make a lengua or birria burrito.
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2022.11.20 17:04 jczog Qdoba & Impossible

I tried to place an order with Qdoba and noticed that the Impossible option is off the menu. When I called, the person said that the company decided to end having a plant-based option the prior week. I can’t seem to find anything online confirming this. Does anyone on here know?
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2022.11.10 18:37 timmaywi Veteran's Day specials for veterans/active duty

Here's a start to a list of specials available in the Madison area being offered to veterans and active duty personnel this Veterans Day:

Please let me know the local places I've missed, I will add to the list! There were a lot of good LOCAL options last year, but I don't want to list without some kind of confirmation.

If you choose to partake in any deals, don't forget to appropriately tip your service staff!!!
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2022.11.04 00:16 ticklishsphincter Does Qdoba have any secret off-the-menu items like Chipotle?

thanks for any tips.
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2022.09.29 23:43 jd7789 Every difference between Qdoba and Chipotle from a former employee of both-

I've worked at both brands, so I can tell you the exact differences on what you're getting, but I haven't worked at Qdoba since 2020 so some things may have changed.
Guacamole- The recipes have the exact same ingredients- avocado, onions, cilantro, jalapeños, citrus juice, salt. Chipotle does source better produce overall but are often identical. Tie.
Salsa- Red salsa at Chipotle is much spicier than Qdoba. Qdoba's red salsa is much more in line with what you'd get at a Mexican restaurant on the table. Green salsa's are similar but when I was leaving Qdoba, they were changing the green salsa to include fresh cilantro and a base. I prefer Chipotle's red salsa for spice, Qdoba's green salsa for flavor.
Tomato Salsa/Pico de Gallo and Corn Salsa- Chipotle's tomatoes for this comes pre-diced in packages, while Qdoba chops Roma tomatoes in store. Despite this, Chipotle's still tastes better to me. Same base ingredients with both. Both corn salsa's are made from frozen corn and poblano mix. Chipotle's is better.
Grill- Chipotle uses a flat top grill, while Qdoba uses a gas grill with grates giving the signature lines you expect on grilled meat. In terms of cooking method for Chicken and Steak, Qdoba wins.
Chicken- Both are raw and premartinated in bags, with similar seasonings. Toss up, but I prefer the char you get at Qdoba.
Steak- Chipotle's steak is cooked sous-vide off site to medium rare, then marinated in store with Adobo. Qdoba's comes raw and premartinated in adobo. It depends on my mood, but I prefer Chipotle's steak in terms of flavor but Qdoba has better quality and texture IMO.
Carnitas/Pulled Pork- Chipotle's comes precooked and is boiled in a bag. It's good, I like it. Pre-COVID, Qdoba's pulled pork was made from a whole roast, slow roasted in the oven for hours with sofrito seasoning, and hand shredded. It's batch cooked, so it's cooled and reheated as needed. Massive win for Qdoba in terms of flavor and quality. However, I do believe they have switched to precooked since late 2020 since it was so difficult to make. Haven't eaten there since I left so I can't give an answer.
Brisket/Barbacoa- Major W for Chipotle here, period. I think Qdoba's Brisket tastes like how my cat's food smells. Not my jam. Qdoba used to have a mole inspired barbecue sauce to accompany it but got discontinued because it was gross and unpopular. Chipotle's Barbacoa tastes like how you'd expect shredded beef at a Mexican inspired restaurant would taste.
Impossible/Sofritas- Chipotle's sofritas are made simply with tofu and are pretty good. Not vegetarian so I don't ever get it but it's not bad at all. Qdoba's Impossible is okay, it's received in raw blocks of plain impossible ground mystery stuff, mixed with onions and the brown rice adobo seasoning, and then sealed in bags and heated in retherm. I prefer the sofritas. Chipotle has run the plant-based Chorizo which outclasses both by far.
Ground Beef- Qdoba automatically wins this one as Chipotle doesn't have ground beef. It's good, it's boiled in a bag and similar to Taco Bell's.
Fajita Veggies- Massive, massive Chipotle W. Chipotle's fajitas are hand sliced allowing for much thinner strips and is cooked on the grill. Qdoba's are chopped using a slicer, causing thicker strips and are never cooked enough on the stove top. While Qdoba's is flashier and you can see big flames shoot up while making it, Chipotle's is so much better.
Rice- White Rice is the exact same, brown rice has adobo seasoning. While it's not the tomato rice you get at a Mexican restaurant, it tastes similar and is really good. W Qdoba for the brown rice.
Beans- Chipotles is boiled in a bag with lime juice and salt added after heating and Qdoba's is cooked from dry in a huge stock pot with seasoning, diced onion, lime juice, and salt. I honestly think they taste the same even though Qdoba's are technically better quality. Tie.
Shredded Cheese- Depends on taste, but Chipotles is definitely better quality. Chipotle receives their Monterey Jack cheese in 40lb blocks which are sliced and shredded in store. Some people think it tastes almost sweet but I LOVE Chipotle's shredded cheese. Qdoba gets bags of preshredded 3 cheese blend which melts better. Quesadillas are better at Qdoba bc of this. W Chipotle for me. Sour cream both comes from bags, but Chipotle's is better to me as my Qdoba just used Daisy. Chipotle occasionally ships Daisy during shortages but it's a tie for most people.
Chips/Taco Shells/Salad Bowls- Both have deep fried corn chips tossed with lime juice and salt. Chipotle uses fresh limes while Qdoba juices it from a jug. However, at Qdoba, the chips are kept in a heating drawer so if you eat in the store you'll have hot chips. Taco Shells are about the same but Chipotle's have a more floral flavor if that makes sense. Salad Bowls are an automatic Qdoba W but they do cause gluten cross contamination in the deep fryer as they are made with flour tortillas. This is why Chipotle doesn't have these (aside from their bowl shapes) so they can have gluten free chips and crispy taco shells. Toss up.
Queso- Massive Qdoba W. Two types and they both have great texture and flavor. Chipotle's is honestly worse than Taco Bell's nacho cheese sauce IMO.
Menu Variety- Qdoba has way more variety, no question about it. They roll out new products on a frequent basis. Things they currently have that Chipotle does not have anything comparable to- wheat tortillas (similar to roti), ground beef, impossible, SHRIMP, quest diablo, roasted tomato salsa, Chile creme, Jalapeño verde, habanero salsa, pickled red onions, pickled jalapeños, tortilla strips, cilantro on the line, cotija cheese, mini bowls, cookies, and brownies. Chipotle does occasionally roll new stuff out like quesadillas (Qdoba and Moe's have had those for years), carne asada, plant based chorizo, brisket, cauliflower rice (which tasted absolutely RANCID), garlic guajilo steak, pollo asado, and a few other things. Unfortunately, these are all only limited time roll outs. And Chipotle has no desert options. Big Qdoba W.
Price- It depends on what you get. In my area, a Qdoba bowl with double steak, guac, and queso is $14.10, while a similar bowl at Chipotle is $20.30. If you don't get any guacamole or queso or double meat, they both cost $10.85, but Qdoba doesn't charge extra for either. Chips and Queso at Qdoba includes an 8oz portion plus chips for $5.25, while Chipotle's large chips and queso is $8.00 for a 6oz portion of queso. Qdoba is definitely cheaper in my area.
Despite Qdoba having a lot more to offer, I still think Chipotle is generally a better experience. The actual ingredients they use are much better quality by far, all organic, non-GMO. I think the stores look cleaner and the employees are nicer. The food also just tastes clean if that makes sense. Qdoba's flavor is great and tastes much more in line with what you'd get at a regular full-service Mexican restaurant. Chipotle's are also more standardized as every single location is corporate owned, while most Qdoba locations are franchised out.
The funniest thing about all this if you've read it all? Moe's tastes the best and has the best prices 🤷‍♂️ Maybe it's because I haven't worked there 😂
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2022.07.22 01:15 simplexseason How to stay low carb at these restaurants?

I’m starting a new job next week, and they are hosting a “Week of Welcome” type thing where it’s mandatory that new employees attend Mon-Fri from 8-4 and they are feeding us breakfast, lunch, and dinner (with dinner starting at 4).
The menu for the week has been released and each meal will be catered restaurant food.
In order of breakfast, lunch, and dinner:
Monday: Panera Bread, Qdoba, Texas Roadhouse
Tuesday: Chick Fil A, Pizza with the options of baked ziti, chicken alfredo, garlic knots, and pepperoni rolls, then Olive Garden for dinner
Wednesday: Dunkin, Buffalo Wild Wings, P.F. Chang’s
Thursday: Chick Fil A, Charley’s, dinner at a brewery
Friday: Panera Bread, Subway, Cracker Barrell
I don’t eat out much, so I have no idea what to eat next week. I already know it’s going to be hard, but I need help. Any suggestions on how to stay under 60g carbs for these five days?
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2022.07.19 19:20 simplexseason Tips for eating out?

I’m starting a new job next week, and they are hosting a “Week of Welcome” type thing where it’s mandatory that new employees attend Mon-Fri from 8-4 and they are feeding us breakfast, lunch, and dinner (with dinner starting at 4).
The menu for the week has been released and each meal will be catered restaurant food. Breakfast will consist of Panera Bread, Dunkin, or Chick Fil A. Lunch will be Qdoba, Buffalo Wild Wings, Subway, Charley’s, and pizza with the options of baked ziti, chicken alfredo, garlic knots, and pepperoni rolls. Dinner will be Texas Roadhouse, Olive Garden, P.F. Chang’s, Chick Fil A, and then one night we’ll have dinner at a brewery.
I don’t eat out much, so I have no idea what to eat next week. I already know it’s going to be hard, but I need help. Any suggestions on how to stay keto for these five days?
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2022.07.13 03:51 Dire_rulz When Qdoba loses internet their menu goes rainbow instead of turning off

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2022.07.04 15:41 Swanky_pants33 My Weekly Menu

Hello Friends!
I'm here to share last week's menu with you all. For last week's menu, I tried to stick to the pre-set categories we have come up with. It's hard enough to find ideas in general, so we narrowed the week down into some categories to help. I use this notepad from Amazon to keep my planning together.
Monday: Meatless Monday - cabbage and noodles. This is my own recipe, but I make my own spaetzle. It's basically the 2 ingredient dough with an egg and a little milk added. I count this like the dough, using about a half cup. The points come from this and the butter, but points back for the actual cabbage.
Tuesday: Ethnic Tuesday (I didn't want EVRY Tuesday to be taco Tuesday, so we branched out) Buffalo Chicken Taquitos with Skinnytaste Mexican Inspired salad. A little high on points for dinner, but I was very excited for this.
Wednesday - Wednesday is either Crock-Pot Wednesday, Spaghetti Wednesday, or Leftovers. We did leftovers this week.
Thursday is order out night, every week. This week we ordered Qdoba. I'm really loving their new citrus lime shrimp! The bowl I build (based on the restaurant tab on the WW app) tells me it's about 9 points with one back for all the veggies.
Friday - Fish Friday. We made Basil-parm crusted salmon with a big green salad and some yellow squash I was gifted! I wanted to have asparagus, but what we had at the store this week didn't look great.
Saturday - Pizzas! Made the 2 ingredient dough, used a low point pizza sauce, part skim mozz cheese, and a few turkey pepperonies. Added on a green salad with orange pepper, tomato, and cucumber.
Sunday - free for all. Any leftovers, breakfast for dinner, sandwich, it just becomes eat what we have because it's grocery shopping day and I don't want to cook.
Desserts: I love dessert. I have to have something sweet after dinner. We made a big batch of grape salad and just ate that for the week.
Sneak peak for this week's menu: Big mac sloppy joes!
I hope this is helpful to even one person! Drop what's on your menu in the comments, I'm getting cross eyed looking at Pinterest.
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2022.07.04 05:42 jmaneater LPT : You can save a lot of money purchasing sauce from your favorite restaurant and making the food at home.

I know it sounds obvious, but you would be surprised! If frozen wings are good enough for bdubs, then buy the sauce and grab a frozen pack of popcorn chicken from the grocery store. Fry em up and you'll have wings better than the restaurant. Pizza is getting expensive. So I buy pizza hut sauce and make my own stuff crust sticks. Tastes like a menu item that doesn't exist. I love qdoba, but I'm cheap. So I buy the qdoba queso and cook the rest! I also buy creamy jalapeño sauce from tbell and make my own quesadillas. Not everything is perfect, but this should save you enough money to afford cable lol
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2022.06.25 03:51 BlankVerse Qdoba Adds New Citrus Lime Shrimp To Menu

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2022.06.05 17:10 user173766474738 Chicken Protein Bowl from Qdoba - Have you tried this? Do you think it’s really 500 calories? Obviously, it might vary a little depending on the person who serves it. I do 5:2 intermittent fasting and would love to keep it on my menu!

Chicken Protein Bowl from Qdoba - Have you tried this? Do you think it’s really 500 calories? Obviously, it might vary a little depending on the person who serves it. I do 5:2 intermittent fasting and would love to keep it on my menu! submitted by user173766474738 to 1200isplenty [link] [comments]

2022.06.05 17:06 user173766474738 Is it really 500 calories? - Qdoba Chicken Protein Bowl Have you tried this? Do you think it’s really 500 calories? Obviously, it might vary a little depending on the person who serves it. I do 5/2 intermittent fasting diet and eat 500 cals twice a week and would love to keep this on my menu!

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2022.03.31 22:32 BlankVerse Qdoba Adds New Southwest Steak Burrito And New Fresca Chicken Bowl To Menu

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