US-based fast casual Mexican restaurant brand QDOBA has announced the re-launch of its Loaded Tortilla Soup for a limited period.

Guests can order the Loaded Tortilla Soup in a crispy tortilla shell or a regular cup or bowl.

The restaurant company noted that guests can pick from vegetarian and non-vegetarian alternatives.

The vegetarian option comprises vegetable broth flavoured with roasted tomatoes, peppers, onions and spices. The non-vegetarian options come with brisket birria, grilled adobo chicken or grilled steak.

QDOBA senior executive chef Katy Velazquez said: “We are constantly listening to our guests and their feedback always inspires our menu innovations and additions, so we are thrilled to add it back to our menu as a limited-time staple for fall and winter.

“We know nothing hits the spot like a warm serving of soup with tasty toppings on a crisp fall day.

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“My pro tip for fans looking for a new ordering hack: Dip our online-exclusive QuesaBirria Quesadilla into a cup of Loaded Tortilla Soup like you would a traditional consommé. Trust me, you’ll be thanking us later for this delicious combo.”

The company stated that guests can place their order for Loaded Tortilla Soup in the restaurant, online or through the QDOBA app for pick-up or delivery at participating locations.

QDOBA currently has approximately 750 venues across the US, Canada and Puerto Rico.

In August this year, QDOBA unveiled its plan to double its store footprint over the next ten years.

The company aims to open 40 new locations in 2023, 60 in 2024 and more than 80 locations annually from 2025.