Mexican-style items make the core of the Qdoba menu. This list consists of such well-known dishes as tacos (including taco salads), nachos, quesadillas, tortilla soups and burritos. The burrito is cooked in the so-called San Francisco burrito style. While placing an order, you first have to select an entrée and then list the ingredients you want to include. One of the distinctive features of the chain is that the meals are cooked in view of the visitors.
Unlike most its competitors, the chain has a breakfast menu, while some of the restaurants work 24 hours on Saturdays and Sundays.
Formally, Qdoba Mexican Eats belongs to the “fast casual” category, as from the one hand, it provides quick service, while from the other, its meals are generally of higher quality than fast food. It’s only natural that Qdoba prices are higher than the industry average.
By early 2018, the chain had about 730 locations. Interestingly enough, quite a few locations work in unusual places, like college campuses.
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