Chipotle, one of the most well-known restaurants, abruptly announced on its website that its favorite dish, Pollo Asado, would no longer be available. Now fans can’t keep their cool.
An American chain of fast-casual restaurants, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc., also known as Chipotle, has locations in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, and France. It is known for its made-to-order tacos, Mission burritos and bowls.
Why is Pollo Asado removed from the Chipotle menu?
On August 10, Chipotle Mexican Grill announced that it would be adding Pollo Asado to its seasonal menu in the United States and Canada.
Chipotle has never had a chicken substitute since the company was founded. The company’s current chicken adobo is the cheapest meat on the menu and the most popular protein option.
Pollo Asado is a dish consisting primarily of grilled chicken, garlic, fresh lime, guajillo peppers, and hand-chopped cilantro. It is the national dish of most Americans.
Now, it is claimed, the restaurant no longer serves the dish that received the most attention. They don’t remove it. This has now sparked a new storm on Twitter, where individuals are voicing their disagreements.
A dedicated customer tweets, “WHY is @ChipotleTweets stopping their adobo chicken? It’s the main item on their menu…” with a screenshot from the app indicating that this was the last time the specific food was enjoyed.
Another reads: “Chipotle, I beg you, PLEASE LEAVE POLLO ASADO ON THE MENU.”
It had managed to become the most popular item on the menu soon after its inclusion was announced. Who would have imagined that fans would only enjoy it for a short while.
New Chipotle menu and potential substitutions
There is definitely something wrong with Chiptole’s leadership. Their decision to discontinue their best-known food product was somewhat odd, and now their website is malfunctioning. For regular diners, it is now very suspicious.
A meal with Pollo Asado typically costs $9.11 in the United States, which is 65 cents more than the standard chicken option.
The burrito chain began testing the Pollo Asado in Sacramento and Cincinnati in November in multiple locations. Chipotle says the test’s sales and customer reviews were on par with the chain’s smoked brisket, one of its most popular recent menu items. Smoked Brisket and Pollo Asado were added to the company’s expanded menu concept.
This one would be a publicity stunt after they suddenly started dropping atomic bombs on their customers. The majority of Twitteratts try to console themselves by saying that the thing will return. On the other hand, another group of people indulge in this practice due to the low nutritional content of the meal and non-compliance with national food standards. None of this, however, can be verified.