Which do you prefer more - Moe's or Chipotle

I lean more towards Moe's. They seem more flavorful to me. I always get the veggie bowl at both places. But, Moe's gives you chips without extra cost.

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I had no idea what Moe's was...just googled it and we have locations here....thanks, going to have to give it a try!
They are but very limited places. The closest one I have is an hour drive one way..from my home. They all with the same MSC.

Shopping Eastern Pennsylvania and parts of NJ, since 2009
Moe's is shopped.

Shopping Southeast Pennsylvania, Delaware above the canal, and southwestern NJ since 2008
I put them both in the so-so bucket. Sometimes good, sometimes bad. Inconsistency is consistent. Food-borne illness served to Chipotle customers tilts the scale in favor of Moe's.
I like California Tortilla over both.

"Been stuck in the middle of a vendetta between me and myself" -Citizen Cope
@HonnyBrown wrote:

I like California Tortilla over both.

You liked your own post - LOL. Funny, fuunny!
@Mert wrote:

I put them both in the so-so bucket. Sometimes good, sometimes bad. Inconsistency is consistent. Food-borne illness served to Chipotle customers tilts the scale in favor of Moe's.

I've never gotten sick from Chipotle in a serious way, but I swear something in their food makes me get an upset stomach all the time after eating there! I just don't feel right....but when I need a healthy quick meal fix, they are in the shopping area across from my college campus. Hard for me to turn down.
If you constantly get an upset stomach, you should resist eating there. Obviously it's not healthy for your body.
@eyelove2shop wrote:

If you constantly get an upset stomach, you should resist eating there. Obviously it's not healthy for your body.

I dunno. I'll have to think about it and observe things next time. Sometimes it's just a particular food particle that our bodies don't have the enzymes to break down. I don't know that it's Chipotle specifically. Could be just something there - say, the black beans (which I never eat other than from Chipotle/Moe's) - that is present elsewhere too that's causing me issues.

I'm also lactose intolerant, but I never get dairy items there, so that's not really it. Maybe it's their preparation and some random herb or something. Hard to tell.

Although, I've not had this with other establishments. One thing I do know my body can't handle is spinach. I rarely get it from any place. We probably all have foods like that that don't agree with our tummies.

Of course, Chipotle having so many scares...I always do wonder if it IS them!
I posted from my phone. Hit the "Like" thing by accident. Thanks for pointing it out though!

@shoptastic wrote:

@HonnyBrown wrote:

I like California Tortilla over both.

You liked your own post - LOL. Funny, fuunny!

"Been stuck in the middle of a vendetta between me and myself" -Citizen Cope
That's what I thought when I saw it. Where is he? I want to know how the breakfast wine is!

"Been stuck in the middle of a vendetta between me and myself" -Citizen Cope
Cali Tortilla food is great but reporting them is pain of the ass..

Shopping Eastern Pennsylvania and parts of NJ, since 2009
Chipotle's still my go-to for a quick meal that's high in protein and decent in macros, while sacrificing a little sodium: 3 Pointers Bowl: Rice (~4 oz) and Chicken, with Double Chicken (~8 oz total), while splashing onions, cilantro and smokey BBQ Tabasco sauce on it....

Calories: 570 kcal
Fat: 18 g
Carb: 40 g
Protein: 68 g
Sodium: 970 mg

Shopping the Greater Denver Area, Colorado Springs and in-between in Colorado. 28 year old male and willing to travel! Badged for Denver International Airport.


Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/10/2019 05:28PM by Tarantado.
That sounds good but I don't think I could go there and not have guacamole on something. smiling smiley

@Tarantado wrote:

Chipotle's still my go-to for a quick meal that's high in protein and decent in macros, while sacrificing a little sodium: 3 Pointers Bowl: Rice (~4 oz) and Chicken, with Double Chicken (~8 oz total), while splashing onions, cilantro and smokey BBQ Tabasco sauce on it....

Calories: 570 kcal
Fat: 18 g
Carb: 40 g
Protein: 68 g
Sodium: 970 mg

Kim
Why not ask for "a little more" chicken?

"Been stuck in the middle of a vendetta between me and myself" -Citizen Cope
That reminds me: I need to order a rofl taco.

"Been stuck in the middle of a vendetta between me and myself" -Citizen Cope
@HonnyBrown wrote:

That reminds me: I need to order a rofl taco.

Haha, me too. I need to stop by for a taco. I haven't been to Chipotle since last time I MS'd them.
I was so used to eating their bowls once a week, that I kept going out of habit.

"Been stuck in the middle of a vendetta between me and myself" -Citizen Cope
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