New Smothered Burritos from Moe’s Coming 9/27

Starting on Tuesday, September 27th, Moe’s Southwest Grill will be promoting their new Smothered Burritos.  The latest addition to the menu lets you top your favorite burrito with one of Moe’s three new signature sauces (Hatch Green Chile, Red Chile, Mole), plus queso fresco and cilantro.  Smothered Burritos are also served with a side of guacamole, sour cream and pico de gallo.  Available for a limited time only.Moe's Smothered Burritos

12 comments on “New Smothered Burritos from Moe’s Coming 9/27

  1. Esther says:

    I think a version of this was near me in Georgia for a while? It was covered in queso, I think. I didn’t try it or even see the advertisement, though; I just saw/heard the person in line in front of me order it.

  2. BBB says:

    I know its probably personal preference but how does Moe’s compare to Qdoba and Chipotle?

    • Jonathan Wayne says:

      I would probably rank Moe’s at #1, Qdoba coming in strong at #2 and Chipotle down somewhere at #7 or so.

    • SPM79 says:

      It really is nothing special but at a minimum it is convenient and consistent. They do give chips with your burrito, but you are looking at dropping $10 for a burrito and fountain drink. There are hardly vibrant flavors or anything particularly memorable. I think it is comparable to Qdoba.

    • Bubbsy says:

      You’re basically asking how does Applebees compare to TGIFridays and Bennigans… 🙂 We can pretty much just say they’re interchangeable, but they’ll all scratch that itch that’s bringing you there in the first place.

    • Popwar says:

      Never had qdoba but in my opinion, its better than Chipotle.

  3. Bren says:

    I’ve been in a Moe’s once a few years ago. I found the menu board confusing and complicated as they give stupid names (such as ‘Joey Bag of Donuts’ and ‘Funk Meister’) to specific burrito and taco recipes.

    I also found it to be a poor value because, if my memory serves correctly, they only offer 2 tacos per order as opposed to Qdoba and Chipotle which provide 3.

  4. PT says:

    While Moe’s has gotten more expensive the past few years, I think it’s a decent value still (if you don’t get a drink.) All orders come with chips and salsa, and they have a variety of salsas to choose from. On Mondays, you can get any burrito you want plus the chips, plus a drink for $6, which I think is a really good deal. I also always complete the survey found on the receipt because then you get $2 off an entree purchase. Personally, I think they have the best steak out of the ‘major’ places, and things are more customizable with a pretty big selection of ingredients.

    I agree the menu ordering is tough…I don’t bother with the names and just say what I want when ordering. The names denote certain additions or special versions of the food. For instance, the ‘regular’ burrito has one name and you can choose whatever toppings, the burrito with guacamole has a different name (guac is extra,) the queso burrito is another, and the vegetarian option is another name. Like I said, I just say what I want on it and don’t bother with the names.

    • Daniel Fletcher says:

      Especially on Mondays, I place my order on their app for pickup. That way I don’t have to talk to them, and they don’t judge me for what I want.

  5. MP says:

    Bunch of pseudo-Mex crap, if I want a real burrito I’ll make one at home.

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