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Chipotle’s First Burger Shop Opens Today

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Chipotle’s foray into the burger business begins today with the opening of the first fast-casual Tasty Made in Ohio

Perhaps this will be the business-booster Chipotle needs.

Chipotle won’t just be about burrito bowls any more. The news about Chipotle’s foray into the burger business first came out this past summer, and today Tasty Made opens its doors in Lancaster, Ohio (30 miles southeast of Columbus).

The “better-burger” concept features a grilled-to-order, customizable burger menu that Chipotle customers will find familiar. The small menu consists of burgers made from grass-fed beef, fries, shakes, and sodas. Tasty Made’s prices will be similar to those at other burger competitors like Burger King and McDonald’s.

“Lancaster is the ideal market for this, because the people here really appreciate an excellent burger served at a reasonable price," Dave Chrisman, the Chipotle executive in charge of the Tasty Made concept, said in a press release. "I ought to know, because I grew up just miles from here. And the warm welcome from our community has been great. They are very excited that the first Tasty Made is in their town.”


Chipotle's New Burger Chain Is Getting Bad Reviews

Remember when Chipotle announced that it was going open a burger chain? And then when the company was accused of stealing its name and logo from a Boston-based restaurant? Well the first location of Tasty Made is officially open now in Lancaster, OH. And it's getting very bland comments online.

On Yelp, there are 16 reviews just four days after the restaurant first opened its doors. With the exception of two, every user has given it three or less stars. Here's everything people are saying so far:

Some people don't like the price points:

"Their double burgers are more expensive but smaller than a McDonald's Quarter pounder and the quality is just maybe up to par with Wendy's."

"We just ate at the Lancaster location. I felt like I was eating a McDonald's small hamburger for 3.75 . extremely over priced," another user commented on a photo posted by the Tasty Made account.

Others think it's "meh":

"3 out of 5 stars. I'd go again if a friend wanted to go but I'll never try and convince anyone they need to try it. Just another burger joint," another Instagrammer wrote.

"My single burger was pretty good, not outstanding, but I was satisfied given how green the whole operation is so far," one customer wrote on Yelp.

Some weren't happy with the patties:

#tastymade not living up to #Chipotle brand. Thin completely undercooked patties. Looks better on the outside than what's on the inside pic.twitter.com/Aau5EIW4Ly

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The burger reminded me of a McDonald's burger in both size and quality. The difference is, the one from McDonald's only costs .99," one Yelp comment reads.

"The burger (if you could call that 1/4" piece of meat a burger) reminded us of a frozen patty (supposed to be fresh) as it was burnt on the outside yet still red in the middle and lacked any flavor what-so-ever," another Yelper wrote.

Others weren't impressed with the shakes:

Wow $3.95 for a #tastymade #Chipotle shake & the cup is barely half full. never again pic.twitter.com/i5MRQfVmBD

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The shake was good, but a bit on the expensive side," another Yelp review reads.

Some were let down by the "special sauce":

"The fries were excellent, but the bacon sauce was weird. That's the only way to describe it. It was oddly-textured mayo with bacon bits in it. It wasn't bad, it just . wasn't good," another Yelp reviewer wrote.

Others weren't impressed with anything at all:

Some not-so-subtly compared it to In-N-Out:

"I had the double cheeseburger and unlike some reviewers my burgers were cooked well and the flavor was completely reminiscent of In-N-Out. It's comforting to know that I don't have to hop a nonstop to L.A. to get an In-N-Out fix whenever I feel the urge," one Yelper wrote.

Others think it's similar to Five Guys:

"Not worth it. It's just like Five Guys but limited options and with a drive-thru," another Instagrammer wrote.

Most Yelpers agree it still has some work to do:

"At Chipotle, everything is fresh and flavorful with plenty of options to modify. This place just seemed random . just wayyyyy below the Chipotle brand."

"I do plan on making a return visit, only to determine if this was a fluke or how things really are."

"Chipotle, for all its innovations in the infancy of the fast casual restaurant market, is sort of treading water here with Tasty Made."

"I will try them again when things settle down a bit, and I honestly hope they make it as a chain. This constructive criticism is all out of hope you do make it."

Follow Delish on Instagram.


Chipotle's New Burger Chain Is Getting Bad Reviews

Remember when Chipotle announced that it was going open a burger chain? And then when the company was accused of stealing its name and logo from a Boston-based restaurant? Well the first location of Tasty Made is officially open now in Lancaster, OH. And it's getting very bland comments online.

On Yelp, there are 16 reviews just four days after the restaurant first opened its doors. With the exception of two, every user has given it three or less stars. Here's everything people are saying so far:

Some people don't like the price points:

"Their double burgers are more expensive but smaller than a McDonald's Quarter pounder and the quality is just maybe up to par with Wendy's."

"We just ate at the Lancaster location. I felt like I was eating a McDonald's small hamburger for 3.75 . extremely over priced," another user commented on a photo posted by the Tasty Made account.

Others think it's "meh":

"3 out of 5 stars. I'd go again if a friend wanted to go but I'll never try and convince anyone they need to try it. Just another burger joint," another Instagrammer wrote.

"My single burger was pretty good, not outstanding, but I was satisfied given how green the whole operation is so far," one customer wrote on Yelp.

Some weren't happy with the patties:

#tastymade not living up to #Chipotle brand. Thin completely undercooked patties. Looks better on the outside than what's on the inside pic.twitter.com/Aau5EIW4Ly

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The burger reminded me of a McDonald's burger in both size and quality. The difference is, the one from McDonald's only costs .99," one Yelp comment reads.

"The burger (if you could call that 1/4" piece of meat a burger) reminded us of a frozen patty (supposed to be fresh) as it was burnt on the outside yet still red in the middle and lacked any flavor what-so-ever," another Yelper wrote.

Others weren't impressed with the shakes:

Wow $3.95 for a #tastymade #Chipotle shake & the cup is barely half full. never again pic.twitter.com/i5MRQfVmBD

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The shake was good, but a bit on the expensive side," another Yelp review reads.

Some were let down by the "special sauce":

"The fries were excellent, but the bacon sauce was weird. That's the only way to describe it. It was oddly-textured mayo with bacon bits in it. It wasn't bad, it just . wasn't good," another Yelp reviewer wrote.

Others weren't impressed with anything at all:

Some not-so-subtly compared it to In-N-Out:

"I had the double cheeseburger and unlike some reviewers my burgers were cooked well and the flavor was completely reminiscent of In-N-Out. It's comforting to know that I don't have to hop a nonstop to L.A. to get an In-N-Out fix whenever I feel the urge," one Yelper wrote.

Others think it's similar to Five Guys:

"Not worth it. It's just like Five Guys but limited options and with a drive-thru," another Instagrammer wrote.

Most Yelpers agree it still has some work to do:

"At Chipotle, everything is fresh and flavorful with plenty of options to modify. This place just seemed random . just wayyyyy below the Chipotle brand."

"I do plan on making a return visit, only to determine if this was a fluke or how things really are."

"Chipotle, for all its innovations in the infancy of the fast casual restaurant market, is sort of treading water here with Tasty Made."

"I will try them again when things settle down a bit, and I honestly hope they make it as a chain. This constructive criticism is all out of hope you do make it."

Follow Delish on Instagram.


Chipotle's New Burger Chain Is Getting Bad Reviews

Remember when Chipotle announced that it was going open a burger chain? And then when the company was accused of stealing its name and logo from a Boston-based restaurant? Well the first location of Tasty Made is officially open now in Lancaster, OH. And it's getting very bland comments online.

On Yelp, there are 16 reviews just four days after the restaurant first opened its doors. With the exception of two, every user has given it three or less stars. Here's everything people are saying so far:

Some people don't like the price points:

"Their double burgers are more expensive but smaller than a McDonald's Quarter pounder and the quality is just maybe up to par with Wendy's."

"We just ate at the Lancaster location. I felt like I was eating a McDonald's small hamburger for 3.75 . extremely over priced," another user commented on a photo posted by the Tasty Made account.

Others think it's "meh":

"3 out of 5 stars. I'd go again if a friend wanted to go but I'll never try and convince anyone they need to try it. Just another burger joint," another Instagrammer wrote.

"My single burger was pretty good, not outstanding, but I was satisfied given how green the whole operation is so far," one customer wrote on Yelp.

Some weren't happy with the patties:

#tastymade not living up to #Chipotle brand. Thin completely undercooked patties. Looks better on the outside than what's on the inside pic.twitter.com/Aau5EIW4Ly

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The burger reminded me of a McDonald's burger in both size and quality. The difference is, the one from McDonald's only costs .99," one Yelp comment reads.

"The burger (if you could call that 1/4" piece of meat a burger) reminded us of a frozen patty (supposed to be fresh) as it was burnt on the outside yet still red in the middle and lacked any flavor what-so-ever," another Yelper wrote.

Others weren't impressed with the shakes:

Wow $3.95 for a #tastymade #Chipotle shake & the cup is barely half full. never again pic.twitter.com/i5MRQfVmBD

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The shake was good, but a bit on the expensive side," another Yelp review reads.

Some were let down by the "special sauce":

"The fries were excellent, but the bacon sauce was weird. That's the only way to describe it. It was oddly-textured mayo with bacon bits in it. It wasn't bad, it just . wasn't good," another Yelp reviewer wrote.

Others weren't impressed with anything at all:

Some not-so-subtly compared it to In-N-Out:

"I had the double cheeseburger and unlike some reviewers my burgers were cooked well and the flavor was completely reminiscent of In-N-Out. It's comforting to know that I don't have to hop a nonstop to L.A. to get an In-N-Out fix whenever I feel the urge," one Yelper wrote.

Others think it's similar to Five Guys:

"Not worth it. It's just like Five Guys but limited options and with a drive-thru," another Instagrammer wrote.

Most Yelpers agree it still has some work to do:

"At Chipotle, everything is fresh and flavorful with plenty of options to modify. This place just seemed random . just wayyyyy below the Chipotle brand."

"I do plan on making a return visit, only to determine if this was a fluke or how things really are."

"Chipotle, for all its innovations in the infancy of the fast casual restaurant market, is sort of treading water here with Tasty Made."

"I will try them again when things settle down a bit, and I honestly hope they make it as a chain. This constructive criticism is all out of hope you do make it."

Follow Delish on Instagram.


Chipotle's New Burger Chain Is Getting Bad Reviews

Remember when Chipotle announced that it was going open a burger chain? And then when the company was accused of stealing its name and logo from a Boston-based restaurant? Well the first location of Tasty Made is officially open now in Lancaster, OH. And it's getting very bland comments online.

On Yelp, there are 16 reviews just four days after the restaurant first opened its doors. With the exception of two, every user has given it three or less stars. Here's everything people are saying so far:

Some people don't like the price points:

"Their double burgers are more expensive but smaller than a McDonald's Quarter pounder and the quality is just maybe up to par with Wendy's."

"We just ate at the Lancaster location. I felt like I was eating a McDonald's small hamburger for 3.75 . extremely over priced," another user commented on a photo posted by the Tasty Made account.

Others think it's "meh":

"3 out of 5 stars. I'd go again if a friend wanted to go but I'll never try and convince anyone they need to try it. Just another burger joint," another Instagrammer wrote.

"My single burger was pretty good, not outstanding, but I was satisfied given how green the whole operation is so far," one customer wrote on Yelp.

Some weren't happy with the patties:

#tastymade not living up to #Chipotle brand. Thin completely undercooked patties. Looks better on the outside than what's on the inside pic.twitter.com/Aau5EIW4Ly

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The burger reminded me of a McDonald's burger in both size and quality. The difference is, the one from McDonald's only costs .99," one Yelp comment reads.

"The burger (if you could call that 1/4" piece of meat a burger) reminded us of a frozen patty (supposed to be fresh) as it was burnt on the outside yet still red in the middle and lacked any flavor what-so-ever," another Yelper wrote.

Others weren't impressed with the shakes:

Wow $3.95 for a #tastymade #Chipotle shake & the cup is barely half full. never again pic.twitter.com/i5MRQfVmBD

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The shake was good, but a bit on the expensive side," another Yelp review reads.

Some were let down by the "special sauce":

"The fries were excellent, but the bacon sauce was weird. That's the only way to describe it. It was oddly-textured mayo with bacon bits in it. It wasn't bad, it just . wasn't good," another Yelp reviewer wrote.

Others weren't impressed with anything at all:

Some not-so-subtly compared it to In-N-Out:

"I had the double cheeseburger and unlike some reviewers my burgers were cooked well and the flavor was completely reminiscent of In-N-Out. It's comforting to know that I don't have to hop a nonstop to L.A. to get an In-N-Out fix whenever I feel the urge," one Yelper wrote.

Others think it's similar to Five Guys:

"Not worth it. It's just like Five Guys but limited options and with a drive-thru," another Instagrammer wrote.

Most Yelpers agree it still has some work to do:

"At Chipotle, everything is fresh and flavorful with plenty of options to modify. This place just seemed random . just wayyyyy below the Chipotle brand."

"I do plan on making a return visit, only to determine if this was a fluke or how things really are."

"Chipotle, for all its innovations in the infancy of the fast casual restaurant market, is sort of treading water here with Tasty Made."

"I will try them again when things settle down a bit, and I honestly hope they make it as a chain. This constructive criticism is all out of hope you do make it."

Follow Delish on Instagram.


Chipotle's New Burger Chain Is Getting Bad Reviews

Remember when Chipotle announced that it was going open a burger chain? And then when the company was accused of stealing its name and logo from a Boston-based restaurant? Well the first location of Tasty Made is officially open now in Lancaster, OH. And it's getting very bland comments online.

On Yelp, there are 16 reviews just four days after the restaurant first opened its doors. With the exception of two, every user has given it three or less stars. Here's everything people are saying so far:

Some people don't like the price points:

"Their double burgers are more expensive but smaller than a McDonald's Quarter pounder and the quality is just maybe up to par with Wendy's."

"We just ate at the Lancaster location. I felt like I was eating a McDonald's small hamburger for 3.75 . extremely over priced," another user commented on a photo posted by the Tasty Made account.

Others think it's "meh":

"3 out of 5 stars. I'd go again if a friend wanted to go but I'll never try and convince anyone they need to try it. Just another burger joint," another Instagrammer wrote.

"My single burger was pretty good, not outstanding, but I was satisfied given how green the whole operation is so far," one customer wrote on Yelp.

Some weren't happy with the patties:

#tastymade not living up to #Chipotle brand. Thin completely undercooked patties. Looks better on the outside than what's on the inside pic.twitter.com/Aau5EIW4Ly

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The burger reminded me of a McDonald's burger in both size and quality. The difference is, the one from McDonald's only costs .99," one Yelp comment reads.

"The burger (if you could call that 1/4" piece of meat a burger) reminded us of a frozen patty (supposed to be fresh) as it was burnt on the outside yet still red in the middle and lacked any flavor what-so-ever," another Yelper wrote.

Others weren't impressed with the shakes:

Wow $3.95 for a #tastymade #Chipotle shake & the cup is barely half full. never again pic.twitter.com/i5MRQfVmBD

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The shake was good, but a bit on the expensive side," another Yelp review reads.

Some were let down by the "special sauce":

"The fries were excellent, but the bacon sauce was weird. That's the only way to describe it. It was oddly-textured mayo with bacon bits in it. It wasn't bad, it just . wasn't good," another Yelp reviewer wrote.

Others weren't impressed with anything at all:

Some not-so-subtly compared it to In-N-Out:

"I had the double cheeseburger and unlike some reviewers my burgers were cooked well and the flavor was completely reminiscent of In-N-Out. It's comforting to know that I don't have to hop a nonstop to L.A. to get an In-N-Out fix whenever I feel the urge," one Yelper wrote.

Others think it's similar to Five Guys:

"Not worth it. It's just like Five Guys but limited options and with a drive-thru," another Instagrammer wrote.

Most Yelpers agree it still has some work to do:

"At Chipotle, everything is fresh and flavorful with plenty of options to modify. This place just seemed random . just wayyyyy below the Chipotle brand."

"I do plan on making a return visit, only to determine if this was a fluke or how things really are."

"Chipotle, for all its innovations in the infancy of the fast casual restaurant market, is sort of treading water here with Tasty Made."

"I will try them again when things settle down a bit, and I honestly hope they make it as a chain. This constructive criticism is all out of hope you do make it."

Follow Delish on Instagram.


Chipotle's New Burger Chain Is Getting Bad Reviews

Remember when Chipotle announced that it was going open a burger chain? And then when the company was accused of stealing its name and logo from a Boston-based restaurant? Well the first location of Tasty Made is officially open now in Lancaster, OH. And it's getting very bland comments online.

On Yelp, there are 16 reviews just four days after the restaurant first opened its doors. With the exception of two, every user has given it three or less stars. Here's everything people are saying so far:

Some people don't like the price points:

"Their double burgers are more expensive but smaller than a McDonald's Quarter pounder and the quality is just maybe up to par with Wendy's."

"We just ate at the Lancaster location. I felt like I was eating a McDonald's small hamburger for 3.75 . extremely over priced," another user commented on a photo posted by the Tasty Made account.

Others think it's "meh":

"3 out of 5 stars. I'd go again if a friend wanted to go but I'll never try and convince anyone they need to try it. Just another burger joint," another Instagrammer wrote.

"My single burger was pretty good, not outstanding, but I was satisfied given how green the whole operation is so far," one customer wrote on Yelp.

Some weren't happy with the patties:

#tastymade not living up to #Chipotle brand. Thin completely undercooked patties. Looks better on the outside than what's on the inside pic.twitter.com/Aau5EIW4Ly

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The burger reminded me of a McDonald's burger in both size and quality. The difference is, the one from McDonald's only costs .99," one Yelp comment reads.

"The burger (if you could call that 1/4" piece of meat a burger) reminded us of a frozen patty (supposed to be fresh) as it was burnt on the outside yet still red in the middle and lacked any flavor what-so-ever," another Yelper wrote.

Others weren't impressed with the shakes:

Wow $3.95 for a #tastymade #Chipotle shake & the cup is barely half full. never again pic.twitter.com/i5MRQfVmBD

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The shake was good, but a bit on the expensive side," another Yelp review reads.

Some were let down by the "special sauce":

"The fries were excellent, but the bacon sauce was weird. That's the only way to describe it. It was oddly-textured mayo with bacon bits in it. It wasn't bad, it just . wasn't good," another Yelp reviewer wrote.

Others weren't impressed with anything at all:

Some not-so-subtly compared it to In-N-Out:

"I had the double cheeseburger and unlike some reviewers my burgers were cooked well and the flavor was completely reminiscent of In-N-Out. It's comforting to know that I don't have to hop a nonstop to L.A. to get an In-N-Out fix whenever I feel the urge," one Yelper wrote.

Others think it's similar to Five Guys:

"Not worth it. It's just like Five Guys but limited options and with a drive-thru," another Instagrammer wrote.

Most Yelpers agree it still has some work to do:

"At Chipotle, everything is fresh and flavorful with plenty of options to modify. This place just seemed random . just wayyyyy below the Chipotle brand."

"I do plan on making a return visit, only to determine if this was a fluke or how things really are."

"Chipotle, for all its innovations in the infancy of the fast casual restaurant market, is sort of treading water here with Tasty Made."

"I will try them again when things settle down a bit, and I honestly hope they make it as a chain. This constructive criticism is all out of hope you do make it."

Follow Delish on Instagram.


Chipotle's New Burger Chain Is Getting Bad Reviews

Remember when Chipotle announced that it was going open a burger chain? And then when the company was accused of stealing its name and logo from a Boston-based restaurant? Well the first location of Tasty Made is officially open now in Lancaster, OH. And it's getting very bland comments online.

On Yelp, there are 16 reviews just four days after the restaurant first opened its doors. With the exception of two, every user has given it three or less stars. Here's everything people are saying so far:

Some people don't like the price points:

"Their double burgers are more expensive but smaller than a McDonald's Quarter pounder and the quality is just maybe up to par with Wendy's."

"We just ate at the Lancaster location. I felt like I was eating a McDonald's small hamburger for 3.75 . extremely over priced," another user commented on a photo posted by the Tasty Made account.

Others think it's "meh":

"3 out of 5 stars. I'd go again if a friend wanted to go but I'll never try and convince anyone they need to try it. Just another burger joint," another Instagrammer wrote.

"My single burger was pretty good, not outstanding, but I was satisfied given how green the whole operation is so far," one customer wrote on Yelp.

Some weren't happy with the patties:

#tastymade not living up to #Chipotle brand. Thin completely undercooked patties. Looks better on the outside than what's on the inside pic.twitter.com/Aau5EIW4Ly

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The burger reminded me of a McDonald's burger in both size and quality. The difference is, the one from McDonald's only costs .99," one Yelp comment reads.

"The burger (if you could call that 1/4" piece of meat a burger) reminded us of a frozen patty (supposed to be fresh) as it was burnt on the outside yet still red in the middle and lacked any flavor what-so-ever," another Yelper wrote.

Others weren't impressed with the shakes:

Wow $3.95 for a #tastymade #Chipotle shake & the cup is barely half full. never again pic.twitter.com/i5MRQfVmBD

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The shake was good, but a bit on the expensive side," another Yelp review reads.

Some were let down by the "special sauce":

"The fries were excellent, but the bacon sauce was weird. That's the only way to describe it. It was oddly-textured mayo with bacon bits in it. It wasn't bad, it just . wasn't good," another Yelp reviewer wrote.

Others weren't impressed with anything at all:

Some not-so-subtly compared it to In-N-Out:

"I had the double cheeseburger and unlike some reviewers my burgers were cooked well and the flavor was completely reminiscent of In-N-Out. It's comforting to know that I don't have to hop a nonstop to L.A. to get an In-N-Out fix whenever I feel the urge," one Yelper wrote.

Others think it's similar to Five Guys:

"Not worth it. It's just like Five Guys but limited options and with a drive-thru," another Instagrammer wrote.

Most Yelpers agree it still has some work to do:

"At Chipotle, everything is fresh and flavorful with plenty of options to modify. This place just seemed random . just wayyyyy below the Chipotle brand."

"I do plan on making a return visit, only to determine if this was a fluke or how things really are."

"Chipotle, for all its innovations in the infancy of the fast casual restaurant market, is sort of treading water here with Tasty Made."

"I will try them again when things settle down a bit, and I honestly hope they make it as a chain. This constructive criticism is all out of hope you do make it."

Follow Delish on Instagram.


Chipotle's New Burger Chain Is Getting Bad Reviews

Remember when Chipotle announced that it was going open a burger chain? And then when the company was accused of stealing its name and logo from a Boston-based restaurant? Well the first location of Tasty Made is officially open now in Lancaster, OH. And it's getting very bland comments online.

On Yelp, there are 16 reviews just four days after the restaurant first opened its doors. With the exception of two, every user has given it three or less stars. Here's everything people are saying so far:

Some people don't like the price points:

"Their double burgers are more expensive but smaller than a McDonald's Quarter pounder and the quality is just maybe up to par with Wendy's."

"We just ate at the Lancaster location. I felt like I was eating a McDonald's small hamburger for 3.75 . extremely over priced," another user commented on a photo posted by the Tasty Made account.

Others think it's "meh":

"3 out of 5 stars. I'd go again if a friend wanted to go but I'll never try and convince anyone they need to try it. Just another burger joint," another Instagrammer wrote.

"My single burger was pretty good, not outstanding, but I was satisfied given how green the whole operation is so far," one customer wrote on Yelp.

Some weren't happy with the patties:

#tastymade not living up to #Chipotle brand. Thin completely undercooked patties. Looks better on the outside than what's on the inside pic.twitter.com/Aau5EIW4Ly

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The burger reminded me of a McDonald's burger in both size and quality. The difference is, the one from McDonald's only costs .99," one Yelp comment reads.

"The burger (if you could call that 1/4" piece of meat a burger) reminded us of a frozen patty (supposed to be fresh) as it was burnt on the outside yet still red in the middle and lacked any flavor what-so-ever," another Yelper wrote.

Others weren't impressed with the shakes:

Wow $3.95 for a #tastymade #Chipotle shake & the cup is barely half full. never again pic.twitter.com/i5MRQfVmBD

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The shake was good, but a bit on the expensive side," another Yelp review reads.

Some were let down by the "special sauce":

"The fries were excellent, but the bacon sauce was weird. That's the only way to describe it. It was oddly-textured mayo with bacon bits in it. It wasn't bad, it just . wasn't good," another Yelp reviewer wrote.

Others weren't impressed with anything at all:

Some not-so-subtly compared it to In-N-Out:

"I had the double cheeseburger and unlike some reviewers my burgers were cooked well and the flavor was completely reminiscent of In-N-Out. It's comforting to know that I don't have to hop a nonstop to L.A. to get an In-N-Out fix whenever I feel the urge," one Yelper wrote.

Others think it's similar to Five Guys:

"Not worth it. It's just like Five Guys but limited options and with a drive-thru," another Instagrammer wrote.

Most Yelpers agree it still has some work to do:

"At Chipotle, everything is fresh and flavorful with plenty of options to modify. This place just seemed random . just wayyyyy below the Chipotle brand."

"I do plan on making a return visit, only to determine if this was a fluke or how things really are."

"Chipotle, for all its innovations in the infancy of the fast casual restaurant market, is sort of treading water here with Tasty Made."

"I will try them again when things settle down a bit, and I honestly hope they make it as a chain. This constructive criticism is all out of hope you do make it."

Follow Delish on Instagram.


Chipotle's New Burger Chain Is Getting Bad Reviews

Remember when Chipotle announced that it was going open a burger chain? And then when the company was accused of stealing its name and logo from a Boston-based restaurant? Well the first location of Tasty Made is officially open now in Lancaster, OH. And it's getting very bland comments online.

On Yelp, there are 16 reviews just four days after the restaurant first opened its doors. With the exception of two, every user has given it three or less stars. Here's everything people are saying so far:

Some people don't like the price points:

"Their double burgers are more expensive but smaller than a McDonald's Quarter pounder and the quality is just maybe up to par with Wendy's."

"We just ate at the Lancaster location. I felt like I was eating a McDonald's small hamburger for 3.75 . extremely over priced," another user commented on a photo posted by the Tasty Made account.

Others think it's "meh":

"3 out of 5 stars. I'd go again if a friend wanted to go but I'll never try and convince anyone they need to try it. Just another burger joint," another Instagrammer wrote.

"My single burger was pretty good, not outstanding, but I was satisfied given how green the whole operation is so far," one customer wrote on Yelp.

Some weren't happy with the patties:

#tastymade not living up to #Chipotle brand. Thin completely undercooked patties. Looks better on the outside than what's on the inside pic.twitter.com/Aau5EIW4Ly

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The burger reminded me of a McDonald's burger in both size and quality. The difference is, the one from McDonald's only costs .99," one Yelp comment reads.

"The burger (if you could call that 1/4" piece of meat a burger) reminded us of a frozen patty (supposed to be fresh) as it was burnt on the outside yet still red in the middle and lacked any flavor what-so-ever," another Yelper wrote.

Others weren't impressed with the shakes:

Wow $3.95 for a #tastymade #Chipotle shake & the cup is barely half full. never again pic.twitter.com/i5MRQfVmBD

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The shake was good, but a bit on the expensive side," another Yelp review reads.

Some were let down by the "special sauce":

"The fries were excellent, but the bacon sauce was weird. That's the only way to describe it. It was oddly-textured mayo with bacon bits in it. It wasn't bad, it just . wasn't good," another Yelp reviewer wrote.

Others weren't impressed with anything at all:

Some not-so-subtly compared it to In-N-Out:

"I had the double cheeseburger and unlike some reviewers my burgers were cooked well and the flavor was completely reminiscent of In-N-Out. It's comforting to know that I don't have to hop a nonstop to L.A. to get an In-N-Out fix whenever I feel the urge," one Yelper wrote.

Others think it's similar to Five Guys:

"Not worth it. It's just like Five Guys but limited options and with a drive-thru," another Instagrammer wrote.

Most Yelpers agree it still has some work to do:

"At Chipotle, everything is fresh and flavorful with plenty of options to modify. This place just seemed random . just wayyyyy below the Chipotle brand."

"I do plan on making a return visit, only to determine if this was a fluke or how things really are."

"Chipotle, for all its innovations in the infancy of the fast casual restaurant market, is sort of treading water here with Tasty Made."

"I will try them again when things settle down a bit, and I honestly hope they make it as a chain. This constructive criticism is all out of hope you do make it."

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Chipotle's New Burger Chain Is Getting Bad Reviews

Remember when Chipotle announced that it was going open a burger chain? And then when the company was accused of stealing its name and logo from a Boston-based restaurant? Well the first location of Tasty Made is officially open now in Lancaster, OH. And it's getting very bland comments online.

On Yelp, there are 16 reviews just four days after the restaurant first opened its doors. With the exception of two, every user has given it three or less stars. Here's everything people are saying so far:

Some people don't like the price points:

"Their double burgers are more expensive but smaller than a McDonald's Quarter pounder and the quality is just maybe up to par with Wendy's."

"We just ate at the Lancaster location. I felt like I was eating a McDonald's small hamburger for 3.75 . extremely over priced," another user commented on a photo posted by the Tasty Made account.

Others think it's "meh":

"3 out of 5 stars. I'd go again if a friend wanted to go but I'll never try and convince anyone they need to try it. Just another burger joint," another Instagrammer wrote.

"My single burger was pretty good, not outstanding, but I was satisfied given how green the whole operation is so far," one customer wrote on Yelp.

Some weren't happy with the patties:

#tastymade not living up to #Chipotle brand. Thin completely undercooked patties. Looks better on the outside than what's on the inside pic.twitter.com/Aau5EIW4Ly

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The burger reminded me of a McDonald's burger in both size and quality. The difference is, the one from McDonald's only costs .99," one Yelp comment reads.

"The burger (if you could call that 1/4" piece of meat a burger) reminded us of a frozen patty (supposed to be fresh) as it was burnt on the outside yet still red in the middle and lacked any flavor what-so-ever," another Yelper wrote.

Others weren't impressed with the shakes:

Wow $3.95 for a #tastymade #Chipotle shake & the cup is barely half full. never again pic.twitter.com/i5MRQfVmBD

&mdash Kimberly Dixon (@momma_dixon) October 27, 2016

"The shake was good, but a bit on the expensive side," another Yelp review reads.

Some were let down by the "special sauce":

"The fries were excellent, but the bacon sauce was weird. That's the only way to describe it. It was oddly-textured mayo with bacon bits in it. It wasn't bad, it just . wasn't good," another Yelp reviewer wrote.

Others weren't impressed with anything at all:

Some not-so-subtly compared it to In-N-Out:

"I had the double cheeseburger and unlike some reviewers my burgers were cooked well and the flavor was completely reminiscent of In-N-Out. It's comforting to know that I don't have to hop a nonstop to L.A. to get an In-N-Out fix whenever I feel the urge," one Yelper wrote.

Others think it's similar to Five Guys:

"Not worth it. It's just like Five Guys but limited options and with a drive-thru," another Instagrammer wrote.

Most Yelpers agree it still has some work to do:

"At Chipotle, everything is fresh and flavorful with plenty of options to modify. This place just seemed random . just wayyyyy below the Chipotle brand."

"I do plan on making a return visit, only to determine if this was a fluke or how things really are."

"Chipotle, for all its innovations in the infancy of the fast casual restaurant market, is sort of treading water here with Tasty Made."

"I will try them again when things settle down a bit, and I honestly hope they make it as a chain. This constructive criticism is all out of hope you do make it."

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