Qdoba Mexican Grill® believes its most important ingredient is the one you don’t see – a love of food. This passion drives everyone at each restaurant and throughout the company – from daily preparation of menu items by hand to selection of the freshest and most flavorful ingredients.
Drawing inspiration from Mexico’s bold spices and flavors, Qdoba creates a wide variety of healthier dishes that include ingredients such as savory grilled vegetables, slow-roasted lean meats, tangy fruits and fiber-rich whole grains.
Qdoba has hundreds of healthier combinations on its menu, all which meet guidelines for zero artificial trans-fats per serving. And, guests are encouraged to customize their entrée to suit their taste preferences and/or dietary needs, whether they’re looking for something vegetarian, gluten-free, low-fat, low-calorie, etc. In addition, Qdoba’s online menu allows guests to build, customize and review the nutritional value of every item.
Includes flour tortilla, chicken, pico de gallo, roasted corn salsa, applesauce and 1% milk.
Includes rice, pinto beans, chicken, mango salsa, applesauce and 1% milk.
Includes black beans, pinto beans, chicken, roasted corn salsa, pico de gallo, applesauce and 1% milk.
Includes rice, steak, pico de gallo, mango salsa, applesauce and 1% Milk.
Includes rice, pork, pico de gallo, roasted corn salsa, applesauce and 1% Milk.
Includes rice, chicken, pico de gallo salsa, applesauce and 1% milk.
Includes rice, black beans, pico de gallo salsa, roasted corn salsa, applesauce and 1% milk.
Healthy Dining's expert staff of registered dietitians and master's level health/nutrition professionals consults with each restaurant to find menu items that meet the nutrition criteria outlined below, which are based on many of the recommendations of leading health organizations. Healthy Dining's nutrition staff reviews all menu items before posting them on the site to determine levels of calories, fat, saturated fat, sodium and other nutrients.
Deep fried items (i.e., egg rolls, chicken fingers, tostada shells, etc.) are excluded from the website, except for very small amounts of garnishes, such as wonton strips.
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