Greedy owner is in business for himself.
My family and I enjoy Qdoba's food as a healthy quick alternative to the usual alternatives. Trouble is the owner of this Qdoba is particularly stingy, and has his staff accordingly trained. Focus is on counting out each kibble of chicken that goes on a burrito, and how many shreds of cheese per item, and quickly assesing an additional charge for any EXTRA, which is actually a normal portion at other places like Moe's. The kicker is that they have much higher comparable prices than their competitors, and don't offer the same portions or extras (like a few chips with a meal) with out adding on to your bill. Take note, you can go to a nice sit down restraunt for what you would pay at Qdoba. Beware the owner makes no consessions, and does not support local schools when I asked about sponsorship for a school event, he unlike many other local merchant did not agree to offer us any discounts or complimentary food for our hard working teachers. Too bad the owner doesn't appreciate the fact that good business means more business. I guess he must have all that he needs already.
Think of Qdoba as a Taco Bell on steroids. Their burritos are humongous! You will be shocked by how big their burritos are. It is a cross between Taco Bell and Subway. You order your food and tell the counter person what you want on it. They make everything fresh. I love the burritos and my wife loves the soup. They also have cerveza (beer) which is good with your food. They can do your order n@ked, which is where they put everything in a bowl instead of the tortilla.
Lines can be long, but they move everyone through pretty fast. They make everything fresh. I have tried Moes and Chipolte, but Qdoba is the best. The Apex store is great.