This place is basically Chipotle, but a little less polished. On the plus side, they offer tofu for their burritos, tacos and even a stir-fry bowl. Chipotle could learn a lesson or two. Now, if only Moe's offered seitan and tempeh, then we'd be in vegan heaven.
I had a burrito custom made with black beans, tofu, guacamole, green chilis, rice, lettuce and onions ($7.40 with tax). It came with white corn chips and a variety of free salsas.
The burrito was fairly large and I loved that they offered a wholegrain wrap, rather than just crappy white flour tortillas. I think the burrito itself didn't come together spectacularly, but it was more than edible and tasted much better once I poured some green and red salsas on it.
The chips were great: perfectly thin and crisp and they didn't feel heavy or oily at all.
All in all, Moe's is a decent spot for a biggish, inexpensive meal. As I stated earlier, if they had seitan, tempeh and maybe some interesting vegan desserts, I'd probably come back more often.