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    California Tortilla Brings Back Bangkok Shrimp

  • Industry News July 25, 2018

    Mexican-inspired fast casual California Tortilla brings back Bangkok Shrimp, which combines exotic sweet-and-spicy flavors through its sweet red chili sauce. A fan favorite, this dish is rejoining the menu for a limited time and will be offered at all California Tortilla locations through the summer.

    Bangkok Shrimp is available as the following menu options:

    • Bangkok Shrimp Chef’s Bowl – Bangkok shrimp on a bed of Mexican rice with grilled peppers, onions, and romaine garnished with fire-roasted corn salsa, tomatoes, green onions, and drizzled with sweet red chili sauce.
    • Bangkok Shrimp Quesadilla – Grilled quesadilla loaded with Bangkok shrimp, sweet red chili sauce, green onions, and melty Monterey jack cheese.
    • Bangkok Shrimp Tacos – Warm flour or corn tortillas filled with Bangkok shrimp, sweet red chili sauce, romaine, fire-roasted corn salsa, and green onions.

    “Our guests look forward to our Bangkok Shrimp, so we’re thrilled to bring it back for a limited time for the fourth year in a row,” says Keith Goldman, California Tortilla COO. “It’s a special dish to us, as we don’t usually offer shrimp on our menu. Our popular sweet red chili sauce sets this dish apart, and we hope it helps our customers continue to explore more of the many hot sauce options on our iconic Wall-of-Flame.”

    Serving made-to-order burritos, bowls, street tacos, quesadillas, and salads, California Tortilla is dedicated to serving farm-fresh, never-frozen ingredients where everything is hand prepared in small batches daily in scratch cook kitchens. The innovative menu is grounded in a foundation of Mexican cuisine and features 25 unique chef-created dishes, such as the Korean BBQ Burrito, Blackened Fish Tacos, and California Sunset Bowl. Every California Tortilla features a Wall-of-Flame, a towering display of 75 distinct hot sauces, ranging from mild to tongue-melting, allowing guests to further customize the flavor and heat level of their meal.

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