Chipotle offers new Carne Asada as the latest protein option at participating locations. To celebrate the launch, the chain is offering two new bowls: Carne Asada Bowl and Whole30 Carne Asada Bowl.
Starting today, fans across the country can order the new steak option which has been officially approved for the chain’s Whole30 program and is also compliant with a Paleo diet.
The new Carne Asada comes cut into strips, seasoned with lime, and mixed with hand-chopped cilantro and a blend of signature spices.
As mentioned above, Chipotle is also offering a two new bowls featuring Carne Asada:
The new Whole30 Bowl comes with carne asada, romaine lettuce, fajita veggies, fresh tomato salsa, and guacamole. The Whole30 Bowl with Carne Asada carries a suggested price of $11.20 (may vary). It’s worth noting that this item is available for online ordering only.
The Carne Asada Bowl has white rice, black beans, fresh tomato salsa, tomatillo-green chili salsa, sour cream, lettuce, cheese, guacamole, and carne asada. Chipotle’s Carne Asada Bowl also costs $11.20, but its price may vary depending on where you live.
You can add Carne Asada to any entrée, but it’s pricier and has more calories than other protein options such as steak.
The new protein option is available at participating Chipotle restaurants nationwide for a limited time.