The fast-casual chain reported earnings of US$2.87 per share on revenue of US$1.27bn compared with US$ on revenue of US$ in the previous year’s second quarter.
The Colorado-based chain beat Wall Street estimates of US$2.80 EPS on revenue of $1.26bn.
Same-store sales were up 3.3%, ahead of analyst expectations of 2.7%.
"While we made progress during the quarter with particular strength in digital sales, I firmly believe we can accelerate that progress by executing our reorganization and our strategy to win today and cultivate tomorrow,” said CEO Brian Niccol in a press release.
The former Taco Bell CEO took the reins in March, hoping to spice things up for the upscale chain.
For the year ahead, comparable restaurant sales are forecast to increase in the low to mid-single digits, higher than prior guidance of an increase in low-single digits.
However, restaurant openings are expected to fall towards the lower end of the guidance of 130 to 150.
Shares of Chipotle rose more than 5% to US$469.80 in Thursday after-hours trading.