From Our Editors
Bite into one of Chili Peppers' burritos, and it will taste exactly as you expected. That’s because nearly everything that comes from the shop’s kitchen is created the way each customer wants it, from the type of meat and the variety of toppings to the level of spiciness. As the staff sends each taco, burrito, quesadilla, or salad down the line, guests get to choose from up to 30 options—including five salsas—to create their ideal meal, often adding as many or as few ingredients as they'd like for the same price. Zesty chorizo can be taken to a new level of spiciness with the habanero salsa, and cilantro, onions, and guacamole can liven up the sultry flavors of barbacoa. They can even make the meals vegetarian and vegan-friendly by swapping out meats for grilled vegetables and informing customers of which toppings contain animal products or have second jobs as cheese mongers.