Green Burrito Launches New Menu

Beginning today, Green Burrito (dual-branded with Carl’s Jr.), will have a new menu featuring new ingredients like cotija cheese, cilantro-lime rice, whole pinto beans, freshly-prepared pico de gallo, guacamole, and Cholula® hot sauce.  Green BurritoThe menu overhaul is inspired by a more fast casual or mom and pop taqueria.  Green Burrito will also now be charbroiling all of its chicken and steak.Green Burrito

Lean, charbroiled steak or chicken will be featured in nearly all products including The Green Burrito, the anchor of the new menu, which features cilantro-lime rice, chipotle beans, fresh salsa, signature green sauce, Cholula hot sauce, crema and a four cheese blend, wrapped in a 12-inch flour tortilla. The Grilled Burrito will be offered as another menu highlight, featuring charbroiled chicken or steak, cilantro-lime rice, chipotle beans, a four cheese blend, fresh salsa and Cholula hot sauce, wrapped in a 12-inch flour tortilla before the whole thing is grilled once again. Other items featuring new, authentic ingredients include: crunchy and soft tacos, quesadillas, taquitos and Super Nachos.  The Grilled Burrito is available as an entrée with chicken for $4.99, or with steak for $5.79; customers can upgrade to the chicken or steak Green Burrito for $6.29 and $7.09, respectively. Prices may vary by location.

4 comments on “Green Burrito Launches New Menu

  1. Ray says:

    I hope they still have a ground beef option for those of us who prefer that style of beef.

  2. JP says:

    “The Grilled Burrito is available as an entrée with chicken for $4.99, or with steak for $5.79; customers can upgrade to the chicken or steak Green Burrito for $6.29 and $7.09, respectively.

    I’m assuming this is supposed to say the higher prices at the end are combo prices?

  3. Robert says:

    Wait, I thought it was Red Burrito. Or is that the Hardees version? I have none anywhere near me, so I need a translator. Though I will say I went to a Red Burrito once expecting it to be better than Taco Bell andddd yeah, not even close. This looks like a big improvement.

  4. Bill says:

    The Grilled Burrito is a different item than The Green Burrito. I paid $7.49 in AZ for just the Green Burrito; Grilled Burrito is cheaper. It was disappointing as I had also misread the press release.

    It looked really good, I was looking forward to trying it as I like to be able to chase burgers with burritos and vice versa without making two stops. While the portion was decent, it was probably the worst burrito I have ever had at The Green Burrito. The steak has not changed, it was a bit heavy on the beans for me (and for the price, not heavy enough on the steak) and a bit too reliant on jalapenos for flavor. Many like jalapenos but I think they are lazy and are spicy for the sake of being spicy.

    The green chili kick added a nice touch, but didn’t save it. The other issue is it went down worse than Taco Bell.

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