Chicago >Chipotle Mexican Grill
“Food is okay, but would not recommend this location because of some of the workers.”
“For some reason I found having to pick out the individual ingredients to go into my burrito somewhat annoying.”
Tacos and burritos are custom-made with fresh ingredients at this industrial-chic Mexican chain..
Boasting a sleek decor of blond wood, raw steel and exposed pipes, this taqueria hums with conversation and an eclectic mix of piped-in salsa, rock and reggae. Patrons--mostly on-the-go professionals and parents with kids in tow--line up at an assembly-line style counter for hard and soft tacos or burritos (regular, fajita-style or without the tortilla) made with fillings like grilled chicken or steak, free-range pork or shredded beef.
Go to another location. Food is okay, but would not recommend this location because of some of the workers. They don't get your order right, no matter how many times you repeat it, and talk back at you try to correct them. If you correct them, they prepare your food sloppily and skimp on the food. Would rather go to the Chipolte on Grand or Madison to get my food (they provide better service).
The McDonald's of Mexican Food. The burrito's were stuffed with rice and were rather tasteless. It was like eating a rice cake with very mild salsa. For some reason I found having to pick out the individual ingredients to go into my burrito somewhat annoying..but maybe it's just me. In my book, this place just doesn't stack up to the local burrito joints or El Famous.
NOT GOOD. Fine if you want a commercial no flavor styroburrito, but NOT FINE if you want a real burrito. This is for health nuts and trixies, not burrito people.
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