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RidiculousHype
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re: Any reviews on Izzo's Illegal Burritos?


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Izzo's is legit.


What he said






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SilverSpurs13
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Aug 2011
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re: Any reviews on Izzo's Illegal Burritos?


Go there and whatever you get, get cilantro ranch put in your burrito. That alone makes Izzo's worth it





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Redfish2010
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America
Member since Jul 2007
12187 posts

re: Any reviews on Izzo's Illegal Burritos?


I had never had chipotle until they opened up by campus. I went in expecting great things, especially after hearing how much better chipotle was. I was unimpressed by chipotle and prefer Izzos any day of the week. That's just my 2 cents.





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LStU
Member since Jan 2012
179 posts

re: Any reviews on Izzo's Illegal Burritos?


Great review. I agree.

Just add that Chipotle's chips are much better. And Chipotle is 10x faster.

I ate Izzo's biweekly for about 7 years, now it's been Chipotle for the past year (recently moved). Both are great; however, I prefer Izzo's.

Kinda crazy that Chipotle doesn't have jalapenos. It's still good though.






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TejasHorn
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Member since Mar 2007
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re: Any reviews on Izzo's Illegal Burritos?


The reason Chipotle is more limited on toppings / variety is two-fold:

1. Issues sourcing locally and/or "naturally grown" on some things at a reasonable cost. Stepping outside that model erodes their brand identity, and they have a lot more stores to manage than the other guys.

2. Speed of service is their other strength. Simpler=faster. The classic McDonalds way (their one-time owner).



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BMoney
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Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2005
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re: Any reviews on Izzo's Illegal Burritos?


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The reason Chipotle is more limited on toppings / variety is two-fold:

1. Issues sourcing locally and/or "naturally grown" on some things at a reasonable cost. Stepping outside that model erodes their brand identity, and they have a lot more stores to manage than the other guys.

2. Speed of service is their other strength. Simpler=faster. The classic McDonalds way (their one-time owner).


Makes absolute sense. They do move a lot of people through their line quickly.






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