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Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. Message Board

  • star17shines star17shines Jul 20, 2012 5:05 PM Flag

    Why I stopped eating @ Chipotle

    First, let me just say that this is not a negative or bash against Chipotle and that the food is very good quality imho.

    I used to eat chipotle a lot, atleast 1 or 2 X a week for lunch. A couple of reasons why I stopped goin to chipotle

    1. Lack of choice, its either tortilla-burrito
    2. sometimes wait in line, I see 12-15 ppl ahead and I go elsewhere
    3. Price, its not cheap

    Just so you all know, I am earning 145K/year, a little better than your average guy out there but not exactly big money either, atleast not where I live, the median income per household is 100,000, so just slightly better than median is my household.

    Also I tend not to wait in lines, sometimes I ask employees to get it for me, often times buying them stuff there as well.

    I dont know but I just stopped eating there. I used to eat there about 6 or so times a month for lunch.

    I wonder if others have similar reasons, again no knock on Chipotle restaurants food quality, its always been good or better.

    One final reason why I stopped going is the staff speaks in Spanish and are not very English Friendly, they seem to be in a rush to go through with the toppings and on couple of occasions did mis understand what I was asking for.

    I wonder if others had similar problems. One thing I would say positively is that the restaurant always seems to be clean on the outside atleast.

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