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Qboda? (moved from Boston board)

Has anyone eaten at this burrito chain? One just opened up on the Worcester line and I'm wondering if it is a reasonable option for a quick lunch. No Anna's out here! There's a Moe's across from it, and I'm imagining they are comparable, but I wouldn't mind an opinion or two. I notice they are all over Boston.

Thanks!

P.S. Apologies for posting this "chain inquiry" right next to the wonderful sounding Chelsea tortillas....I know, an abomination!

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  1. It's not great, but it's fine :) You miht try posting this on the chains board, though, or searching over there.

    1. Qdoba is better than Anna's for: fresh salsas, strikingly good tortilla soup, spices they use to marinate their chicken, very fresh guacamole, better black beans, posting all their nutritional info online.

      Anna's is better than Qdoba for: grilled vegatables, green chile pork stew, cheaper prices.

      Both are about the same for: gummy, flavorless steamed tortillas.

      1. Qdoba is fine, but not really worth going out of your way for.

        1. Only been once to the one by Northeastern, but my thoughts: Waste of meal, waste of calories--I'd just skip lunch over Qdoba. The burrito I had was watery and bland, albeit healthyish. I definitely prefer Anna's.

          1. Qdoba is not bad, I've had a couple decent experiences there. But, if a Boloco opens near you, stay away, horrible. Parenthetically, I can't get with the whole Anna's cult. They served me one of the blandest, most non-descript burritos of my life there.