The $2 Chipotle Ranch Grilled Chicken Burrito from Taco Bell is the least cost item on our list. Even though it is smaller than other burritos, the pricing is really reasonable.
The chipotle's spicy taste is attractive, and we enjoyed the delicately cooked tortilla. Taco Bell delivers a convenient drive-thru experience at a good price.
The Boss Burrito from Taco John is described as "big and in charge," weighing over a pound. In addition to grilled chicken, it is stuffed with cilantro-lime rice and black beans.
While the rice was tasty, the black beans required additional seasoning. However, the tortilla lacked texture, so we would have appreciated some fresh lettuce.
Qdoba's burrito featured an assortment of fresh ingredients! We like the amount of greens and complimentary guacamole at this restaurant.
However, the rice was underseasoned and overdone. The burrito was quite tough to consume because the tortilla fell apart after the first few bites.
When constructing a burrito at Moe's, the emphasis is on variety. In addition to the standard rice, beans, and protein, they also include a salsa bar.
You can experience mild to medium salsa, as well as smoked and extremely hot salsa. Moe's rice and beans were both perfectly seasoned.
Chipotle dominates in terms of flavor and quality of ingredients. The chicken is tender, the beans are well-seasoned, and the cilantro-lime rice has a strong taste.
Finally, all of these expertly created ingredients combined to create the ultimate fast-food burrito.