What is 'faster mile'? Sorry, Google returned nothing.
Anybody ever been to a Laredo Taco at an Exxon gas station? They only have 7 options but they taste better than all of TB.
Actually, Laredo Taco Company is pretty good. They make their tortillas in-house and even have smaller plates. At the end of the day, of course, you're eating tacos from a 7-Eleven (they do own the brand and the convenience stores around them) but it's one of the few places where you can get authentic-style tacos (as opposed to hipster tacos) that could conceivably pass health regulations.This is like saying you had a faster mile than Christopher Reeve.
I miss the old "Chalupa Cravings Deal" too.I wish that Taco Bell didn't keep changing their $5 boxes. I liked the old chalupa box with the 5 layer beefy burrito. It felt like a better deal to get a taco, a burrito, and chalupa (plus cinnamon twists and a drink) versus a taco and some double chalupa dealio that is often soggy because of the tomatoes.
Sometimes it comes down to not cleaning their equipment enough I find.I've never had a good drink at Taco Bell. I've been to several all across the southeast at different points of time and all the drinks are mixed horrifically. I just want some damn Dr Pepper that doesn't taste like brown colored mineral water.
I only wish mine didn't close down a few years ago.Overall, I prefer Del Taco in terms of taste (their grilled chicken tacos are good), but I always leave Del Taco hungry. At least with Taco Bell I'll be full for a couple hours minimum.
I miss the old "Chalupa Cravings Deal too.
Sometimes it comes down to not cleaning their equipment enough I find.
I only wish mine didn't close down a few years ago.
The nearest TB to me has been there since the mid 80's. I'm surprised it hasn't closed at all, but I guess they get some business, especially for a franchise location (my town is split between corporate and franchise stores).Our old one closed down in the early 2000s. Three have popped up in the past couple years in my general area, but I live less than five minutes away from Taco Bell. Guess which gets more traffic from me.
Hmm, the one in my town lasted nearly a decade. I suppose it was a noble experiment to bring Del Taco to Ohio but didn't add any new locations in the process (ironically the Detroit area has a bunch).There hasn't been a Del taco where I live since I was a kid in the 90s.
I don't know if it's my tastebuds or if it's the sauce they always have in stock at the one near me, but Diablo sauce tastes like literal nothingness to me. No flavor. No heat. Nothing. Just.. sauce. Fire sauce, hot sauce, even fucking mild all have flavor and at least tiny bit of heat, but Diablo is just emptiness in a packet.I mean, I certainly have hotter at home, but that Diablo sauce they offer is about as hot as anything I've ever had at a fast food joint before.
It tastes sweet and sugary to me. Not actually that hot, though. Hmm.I don't know if it's my tastebuds or if it's the sauce they always have in stock at the one near me, but Diablo sauce tastes like literal nothingness to me. No flavor. No heat. Nothing. Just.. sauce. Fire sauce, hot sauce, even fucking mild all have flavor and at least tiny bit of heat, but Diablo is just emptiness in a packet.