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New Menu Updates & Executive Chef!

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On February 24th, Tijuana Flats launched their first new menu under the company’s recently hired Vice President of Culinary and Executive Chef, Joel Reynders.

Boasting a bold, new design, the menu will feature two new starters as well as a brand-new signature Tinga flavor featured on three classic menu items.

New Starters

Chicken Tortilla Soup: A mouth-watering soup featuring shredded chicken, red chili chicken broth, shredded cheese, pico de gallo, fresh cilantro, crunchy tortilla strips, and guac.

Tortilla Soup

Loaded Guac: A new take on a classic starter, loaded guac includes pico de gallo, bacon, queso fresco, and chopped cilantro piled on top. Talk about a delicious way to start your meal!

Loaded Guac

New Signature Flavor

The new Chicken Tinga brings loads of excitement to the menu by incorporating shredded chicken, sautéed onions and spicy chipotle sauce as an option for tacos, burritos, and chimichangas.

Tinga Chicken Burrito

Available Now In-Store and Online for Delivery!

You can get these new menu items and our other Tex-Mex favorites both in-store as well as delivered straight to your door by ordering online!

New Flavors at Tijuana Flats

About Joel Reynders

Tijuana Flats is excited to officially announce Joel Reynders as the new Vice President of Culinary and Executive Chef. Reynders joined the Tijuana Flats team in July 2019 and has already been instrumental in the ideation and creation of new menu items and concepts. A Certified Culinarian with over 15 years of experience in the casual dining industry, Reynders spearheaded the development of the Grilled Cheesy Steak Flautas, the most recent limited time offer at Tijuana Flats stores.

Joel Reynders

“2020 is shaping up to be an exciting year at Tijuana Flats,” said Brian Wright, CEO of Tijuana Flats. “Joel has been an excellent addition to our team and with his innovation and expertise in the kitchen, our guests are in for a delicious year.”

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