A survey asked participants to shed some light on their Chipotle Restaurant eating habits.
A survey asked participants to shed some light on their Chipotle Restaurant eating habits. Although sample size is small - consisting of 64 individuals - results are interesting nonetheless.
81 percent of the respondents said that they wait in line to get their Chipotle fix, and the largest margin of people who took the survey wait for between zero to five minutes for their order, while over 15 percent order their food online.
The majority of people who participated in the survey order burrito bowls, while 25 percent order burritos, 4 point 7 percent order tacos, and 10 point 9 percent choose to get a salad.
64 point 1 percent ordered black beans. 40 point 6 percent went with brown rice vs 45 point 3 percent for white rice.
Guacamole costs extra, but 60 point 9 percent said they don’t mind paying to have it added to their meal.
The largest portion of people order food with chicken as the main ingredient, and the second largest group gets veggies instead of the different kinds of meat including steak, barbacoa, and carnitas.
Chipotle also sells margaritas, but only 34 point 4 percent of the participants said they had ordered one before.
What do you order when you eat at Chipotle and what's the longest time you have had to wait?