The Cheesy Bean and Rice Burrito. While very questionable, this item is a 7 out of 10 to our taste buds. It has plenty of zest and plenty of cheese, but you almost forget that it’s a burrito because of the zest and cheese. sometimes it’s disappointing. Not the most filling thing on the menu but it’ll do if you aren’t looking for a complete meal.
Here we have an Enchirito. I was curious as to what it was, and an employee explained to us that it is a tortilla with beef, chicken, or steak with diced onions and beans ultimately covered in red sauce and cheddar cheese. We’d give it a 3.5 out of 5 just because it got cold very fast. But the taste factor was very good, and it is very visually pleasing. It is also not filling enough, unless you get a gordita with it (which is what we did).
This is the Gordita. A delectible item based off of it’s classic Chalupa look but with softer uncooked bread. I went with beef strictly for the classic TB experience, but it also comes in steak and chicken. One isn’t enough to fill you up, though. But that gives you a decent excuse to get more!
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The Volcano Burrito.
It may seem harmless, but it is a tortilla filled with zest and spice. It’s like heaven and hell battled inside of your mouth. It’s also very filling, and very satisfying. It’s not so bad when you drink Baja Blast (which is a must when you go to any Taco Bell that has it). It’s honestly a little pricey, but it’s a meal in itself because it expands a little too much after you’re done.