Clearing Up Burrito Fusion Confusion

EAT Club has teamed up with your favorite Indian fusion shop Curry Up Now to bring you two new curry-diculous burritos for next week: The Red Curry Burrito and The Green Curry Burrito. We thought we’d give you an opportunity to get to know them a little bit better to help you choose between the two.

The Red Curry Burrito comes with your choice of chicken or tofu and features rice, black beans, and fresh mixed vegetables in a spicy, red coconut milk curry sauce. Served with two Thai-style vegetarian egg rolls. The Red Curry Burrito’s favorite movie is Volcano. The Red Curry Burrito went to law school, but dropped out when it discovered its heart wasn’t really in it. The Red Curry Burrito is a Sagittarius.

I am ruled by the planet Jupiter.
I am ruled by the planet Jupiter.

The Green Curry Burrito comes with your choice of chicken or tofu and features rice, black beans, and fresh mixed vegetables in a mildly-spiced, coconut milk curry sauce. Served with two Thai-style vegetarian egg rolls. The Green Curry Burrito’s favorite book is The Life Of Pi. The Green Curry Burrito is a classically trained actor and actually has had several non-speaking roles in recent independent films. The Green Curry Burrito’s favorite color is, weirdly, blue.

Technically aquamarine.
Technically aquamarine.

If that didn’t help you decide, you can always just get both. But since they’re designed exclusively for EAT Club, you won’t be able to find them anywhere else besides our menu. Here is a brief list of places where you can’t get these burritos:

Curry Up Now’s Restaurant

Curry Up Now’s Food Trucks

Wal-Mart

The Internet

The United Nations

Your Neighbor’s House

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