Two of the most successful fast food chain restaurants in the world have joined together in an unexpected way on the island of Hilton head Island in South Carolina. Chipotle Mexican Grill is a widespread fast food chain restaurant that is most known for its delicious burritos whereas Starbucks Coffee is the place to go to for good quality coffee and handcrafted beverages.
The craze of Chipotle and Starbucks have always been of high intensity, which is one of the reasons why Java Burrito Co. has earned its spot on Hilton Head's favorite restaurant list. It's menu consists of delicious burritos, bowls, tacos, quesadillas, and salads while also having a decent sized selection of coffee and bakery items. The company also offers breakfast burrito options in the morning so the people who stop in to grab a coffee can enjoy some food as well.
My family and I saw this and decided that since we're somewhat Chipotle fans, we should try it. We walked in, and it is just like chipotle, in terms of how you order the food you want. I ordered a chicken bowl with brown rice, black beans, peach salsa, lettuce, tomato, cheese and fajita vegetables. Everything in my bowl was fantastic and I could taste how fresh everything was. My family also decided to have chips and guacamole, which were also good choices. The chips were crispy and the guac was full of flavor and freshly made.
As I was eating, I couldn't help but look at the coffee station and see the options of drinks you could order. They had drinks that could be hot or iced, and some of the flavor options to choose from were creative just like Starbucks. They also had some cookies on display that I had my eye on. After finishing my meal, I went up to buy a double chocolate chip cookie. I had later found out that the cookie was made with Nutella, cinnamon and butter that was churned by this lady who sold her products at a farmer's market they bought some of their ingredients from!
That's how I knew for sure that this company was legit and took the time to find the freshest ingredients to put in their food, something that not a lot of places do anymore. On each table, they had their mission on what their company believes in and tries to provide for their community. It was a great philosophy and it made me have the upmost respect for what they were doing. I really enjoyed my meal (and dessert) from the Java Burrito Company and I look forward to going back the next time I visit Hilton Head!
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