Tacos N More 2 Menu

  • Bottled Beverages
  • Breakfast
  • Combination Plates N More
  • Burritos
  • Tacos
  • Desserts

Diabetics at Taco Bell

The biggest concern for diabetics is to find healthy food with less sugar at restaurants. The hunt for the right food becomes even more challenging for diabetics when dining at a fast food restaurant. Well, Taco Bell changes that with Fresco style. Simply ask or order an item from the Taco Bell menu in Fresco Style.

Food Suggestions for Diabetics at Taco Bell:

Crunchy Taco Supreme

Nutrition Fact: 190 calories, 11g Fat (4.5g Sat. Fat), 340mg sodium, 15g Carbs, 2g Sugar, 3g Fiber, 8g Protein

Fresco Steak Soft Taco

Nutrition Fact: 150 calories, 4g Fat (1.5g Sat. Fat), 460mg sodium, 17g Carbs, 2g Sugar, 2g Fiber, 10g Protein

Fresco Soft Taco – Shredded Chicken

Nutrition Fact: 150 calories, 6g Fat (2g Sat. Fat), 430mg sodium, 16g Carbs, 1g Sugar, 2g Fiber, 9g Protein

Fresco Soft Taco Beef

Nutrition Fact: 160 calories, 6g Fat (2.5g Sat. Fat), 480mg sodium, 18g Carbs, 1g Sugar, 3g Fiber, 8g Protein

Veggie Power Menu Bowl

Nutrition Fact: 480 calories, 19g Fat (5g Sat. Fat), 970mg sodium, 65g Carbs, 2g Sugar, 13g Fiber, 14g Protein

Bean Burrito

Nutrition Fact: 380 calories, 11g Fat (4g Sat. Fat), 1060mg sodium, 55g Carbs, 3g Sugar, 9g Fiber, 14g Protein

Mini Skillet Bowl

Nutrition Fact: 180 calories, 11g Fat (2g Sat. Fat), 430mg sodium, 16g Carbs, less than 1g Sugar, 2g Fiber, 5g Protein

Foods to Avoid at Taco Bell for Diabetics:

You must avoid all kinds of Drinks and Freezes at Taco Bell if you have diabetes. Almost every beverage offered at Taco Bell contains high sugar content.

High Cholesterol at Taco Bell

Fast food restaurants are known for serving high calorie, greasy food with lots of sugars. Taco Bell changes this trend by offering Fresco Style option where your favorite food item is prepared using pico de gallo as it will cut down 20 – 30 calories easily from the original meal.

Food Suggestions to Maintain Cholesterol Level at Taco Bell:

Mini Skillet Bowl

Nutrition Fact: 180 calories, 11g Fat (2g Sat. Fat), 430mg sodium, 16g Carbs, less than 1g Sugar, 2g Fiber, 5g Protein

Breakfast Soft Taco – Egg & Cheese

Nutrition Fact: 170 calories, 9g Fat (3g Sat. Fat), 330mg sodium, 15g Carbs, less than 1g Sugar, less than 1g Fiber, 7g Protein

Spicy Tostada

Nutrition Fact: 210 calories, 10g Fat (3g Sat. Fat), 440mg sodium, 22g Carbs, 2g Sugar, 5g Fiber, 6g Protein

Fresco Crunchy Taco – Beef

Nutrition Fact: 140 calories, 7g Fat (2.5g Sat. Fat), 300mg sodium, 14g Carbs, less than 1g Sugar, 3g Fiber, 6g Protein

Shredded Chicken Mini Quesadilla

Nutrition Fact: 200 calories, 10g Fat (3.5g Sat. Fat), 490mg sodium, 15g Carbs, less than 1g Sugar, 1g Fiber, 10g Protein

Crunchy Taco Supreme

Nutrition Fact: 190 calories, 11g Fat (4.5g Sat. Fat), 340mg sodium, 15g Carbs, 2g Sugar, 3g Fiber, 8g Protein

Spicy Potato Soft Taco

Nutrition Fact: 230 calories, 12g Fat (3g Sat. Fat), 460mg sodium, 27g Carbs, 1g Sugar, 2g Fiber, 5g Protein

Foods to Avoid at Taco Bell for High Cholesterol:

It is best to avoid Bacon or Steak dishes at Taco Bell as such dishes contain a lot of fat. Also, try to avoid all kinds of Drinks and Freezes which are full of sugars resulting in empty calories.

Healthy Meal suggestions for Tacos N More 2

  • Bottled Beverages
  • Breakfast
  • Combination Plates N More
  • Burritos
  • Tacos
  • Desserts

High Blood Pressure at Taco Bell

People with high blood pressure must avoid food with high sodium levels. You can either ask the people at Taco Bell to add less salt in your food or choose the food items with less sodium content or customize your order using Taco Bell's own nutrition calculator.

Food Suggestions to Control Blood Pressure at Taco Bell:

Fresco Chicken Soft Taco

Nutrition Fact: 150 calories, 6g Fat (2g Sat. Fat), 430mg sodium, 16g Carbs, 1g Sugar, 2g Fiber, 9g Protein

Spicy Tostada

Nutrition Fact: 210 calories, 10g Fat (3g Sat. Fat), 440mg sodium, 22g Carbs, 2g Sugar, 5g Fiber, 6g Protein

Grilled Breakfast Burrito - Sausage

Nutrition Fact: 340 calories, 17g Fat (5g Sat. Fat), 730mg sodium, 36g Carbs, 3g Sugar, 2g Fiber, 11g Protein

Veggie Power Menu Bowl

Nutrition Fact: 480 calories, 19g Fat (5g Sat. Fat), 970mg sodium, 65g Carbs, 2g Sugar, 13g Fiber, 14g Protein

Foods to Avoid at Taco Bell for High Blood Pressure:

Taco Bell offers a wide range of Grande Scrambler Burritos, Crunch wraps, and Quesadillas which are high in sodium. It is important to limit the sodium intake at Taco Bell and avoid any meal with over 750-800mg sodium.

High Cholesterol at Taco Bell

Fast food restaurants are known for serving high calorie, greasy food with lots of sugars. Taco Bell changes this trend by offering Fresco Style option where your favorite food item is prepared using pico de gallo as it will cut down 20 – 30 calories easily from the original meal.

Food Suggestions to Maintain Cholesterol Level at Taco Bell:

Mini Skillet Bowl

Nutrition Fact: 180 calories, 11g Fat (2g Sat. Fat), 430mg sodium, 16g Carbs, less than 1g Sugar, 2g Fiber, 5g Protein

Breakfast Soft Taco – Egg & Cheese

Nutrition Fact: 170 calories, 9g Fat (3g Sat. Fat), 330mg sodium, 15g Carbs, less than 1g Sugar, less than 1g Fiber, 7g Protein

Spicy Tostada

Nutrition Fact: 210 calories, 10g Fat (3g Sat. Fat), 440mg sodium, 22g Carbs, 2g Sugar, 5g Fiber, 6g Protein

Fresco Crunchy Taco – Beef

Nutrition Fact: 140 calories, 7g Fat (2.5g Sat. Fat), 300mg sodium, 14g Carbs, less than 1g Sugar, 3g Fiber, 6g Protein

Shredded Chicken Mini Quesadilla

Nutrition Fact: 200 calories, 10g Fat (3.5g Sat. Fat), 490mg sodium, 15g Carbs, less than 1g Sugar, 1g Fiber, 10g Protein

Crunchy Taco Supreme

Nutrition Fact: 190 calories, 11g Fat (4.5g Sat. Fat), 340mg sodium, 15g Carbs, 2g Sugar, 3g Fiber, 8g Protein

Spicy Potato Soft Taco

Nutrition Fact: 230 calories, 12g Fat (3g Sat. Fat), 460mg sodium, 27g Carbs, 1g Sugar, 2g Fiber, 5g Protein

Foods to Avoid at Taco Bell for High Cholesterol:

It is best to avoid Bacon or Steak dishes at Taco Bell as such dishes contain a lot of fat. Also, try to avoid all kinds of Drinks and Freezes which are full of sugars resulting in empty calories.

  • Jeff K.

    We stopped in today on a whim. The crew there was awesome. Great customer service. Smiling faces and just a nice environment. We had a beer and some guacamole. Awesome awesome We'll be back soon.

    (5)
  • Anne P.

    This place is horrible. I just made a yelp account so I can tell you to not come here. I support local businesses but this food was inedible. We ordered two carne asada burritos which were bland which is fine. What I have a problem with is the meat. It was so tough and tendinous. The entire burrito was filled with the junk that you cut out of meat while trimming it. Ugh just awful. Name any other Mexican place and I would rather eat there. Hell I rather drink a glass of water than eat here. Save your money!

    (1)
  • Rich S.

    I love a good breakfast burrito, and Tacos N More does them right! Fresh and tasty tortillas are a great starting point. Sausage is very tasty, and i really like the potatoes they use: crispy outside, soft inside. They also offer bacon and choriso. A salsa bar compliments the free chips they give you at the register, and the salsas are very flavorful. Lastly, the service was prompt and friendly, and the team keep this place clean, which i appreciate! Cheers! RS

    (4)
  • Arlynn G.

    If you go for breakfast burritos or lunch this place is great but later in the evening their food tastes reheated and their chips are stale. It's a little disappointing because we used to eat here a lot...

    (2)
  • Jason R.

    I go here a lot. For convenience. Good and bad. The ground beef is seasoned horribly and over cooked and leaves a bad taste in your mouth, the carne assada is fatty and very chewy. Everything else seems to be ok. Good tostadas, great salsa bar. Serve beer.

    (3)
  • Anthony M.

    Not even remotely authentic, portions are kids size at best and flavorless. Everyone raves about this place, my opinion spend 5 extra minutes head west to Val Vista and stop at Pa Pa Chevos.

    (1)
  • S S.

    My first time here. I wish it was not so far from my house! One of the best taco joint I have stumbled across yet! Delicious chips and salsa and tacos were amazing! Extremely reasonable price! Very clean restaurant! The staff were very friendly and accommodating! The wait was not very long either and it makes it easier that they give you a basket of free chips and salsa from the salsa bar while you wait! I will be back if I find myself on this side of town again!

    (5)
  • Michelle J.

    The Tamales are amazing !! The green chili and cheese are my favorite , great food all around .

    (5)
  • Rachel T.

    I love this place. Try the hot salsa and pico mixed it's the best around!! They have yummy tortillas and I've never had a complaint about my food. It's my new favorite place. From burros to nachos it is all amazing.

    (5)
  • Emily B.

    BEST BURRITO I'VE EVER HAD!! I'm not kidding. The shredded beef burrito had the most tender, lean beef. PERFECT! The tortillas are homemade and delicious!!! Excellent balance of flavors. Mango margarita was excellent too. We will be back again and again and again!!

    (5)
  • Shane S.

    Love this place... best build your own burritos in town... I drive all the way from Scottsdale just to get one!!

    (5)
  • Rachel A.

    This restaurant is clean and is decorated nicely. The cashier was kind and patient, answering all of our questions. The food is served on real plates, not styrofoam or out of a take out box. The salsa bar was great and my enchiladas with steak were fantastic. The red sauce was grainy, thick, earthy, and amazing just like it should be! The menudo was just ok. Everything did need a bit of extra salt. The extensive selection of authentic Mexican food items was impressive. All in all, we will be back!

    (4)
  • Brian P.

    First visit, 4 stars. Keep in mind, I'm rating this based on the expectations of what it really is... Mexican FAST FOOD, not a true sit down restaurant. That being said... The place has decent decor, with a couple tv's playing what ever game is on. The place is clean. The girls working the counter were nice, and actually SMILED! When taking a to go order, they still offer you chips and salsa. The salsa bar has the usual green, red, Pico, limes, etc. The prices were right in line with Fili-B's. First visit, I got their carne asada fries with errthang on them, and a couple shrimp tacos. ...and now the reason for the 4 stars. The meat on the fries actually tasted grilled, even a lil Smokey! Not oily and old like most of the fast food spots out there. The shrimp tacos were ok. Not good , not bad, but ok. I will go back. Next time, I hope to try their red chili as well as their beans and rice. I'll update my review then. So, if you're looking for a quick taco or burrito in the area, this place gets the thumbs up from me. ... You know, a total stranger who is recommending a place for you to eat. Take it for what it is, and happy Yelping!

    (4)
  • Kristina J.

    This place deserves 0 stars. DO NOT EAT HERE! What a horrible experience my mom and I had last night. We ordered 3 taco combos for dinner. When we went to pick it up. They had given our order to another lady. They explained what had happened and said fresh tacos were being made right away. Which is 100% alright. Mistakes happen, understandable. UNTIL the women who got our order came back for her correct food. They gave her her order and proceeded to hand us the bag of cold taco combos this women had just returned... You gave a person our order. They went home, opened the food up. Noticed it was wrong. And returned it. What makes you think ANY person would want to pay and eat returned food. We got a refund and found dinner else where. I'm disgusted with the way this establishment handles business. I have a strong urge to report this to the Health Department.

    (1)
  • George V.

    I don't often write reviews...but the service and food here warrants one. I was really hoping to like this place, but sadly I was VERY disappointed. The staff was rude and seemed disinterested. The food was, in a word, horrible. I had the cheese enchilada plate, a steak taco, and a chicken taco. I don't know what they put on the enchilada, but it definitely wasn't enchilada sauce. The "steak" was just charred pieces of (I guess) beef. The chicken was bland. I may give it another shot in the future, but first impression was terrible. I guess I will give Gordo's a chance tonight...hoping for something better.

    (1)
  • N. O.

    Great food, friendly staff, and a clean environment. We stopped by for Sunday brunch after New Mexico Grill started closing on Sundays. Now Tacos n More is our go-to Sunday morning restaurant. They serve free chips and salsa while you wait for your food and I love the mild salsa which has a hint of sweetness. If you are looking for a sit-down establishment with ambiance, you will not be satisfied. However, if you want fresh tasting, quick tacos or burritos, this is a great place. They also have a tiny margarita bar with what looks like margarita slushy machines. We have not tried the alcohol choices, but we will when we go for dinner.

    (5)
  • Brian K.

    We had the chicken burrito chimi style. Wasn't bad...the steak was obviously roasted and was in chunks, not shredded. The beans and rice were good...the rice wasn't dry like most places. Was disappointed our takeout did not include any salsa. Don't most Mexican joints give you salsa when you take out? Guess you have to order it. Wi try it again but will order something different.

    (4)
  • Justin F.

    Carne asada is outstanding! Great flavor and quality. But you'll be cheating yourself if you don't get at least one Green Chile Cheese Tamale! So good! As to the reviews about service, I have been here 3 times and every time they have been very friendly. Food comes out hot and FRESH! Plus, while you wait you get free chips and salsa bar. What more could you ask for.

    (5)
  • Michael A.

    Sadly, I was going to give 3 stars, the food tastes wonderful, but, shortly after leaving there, both my son and I got violently sick. I will spare details, but it was not the flu. No return trip for this family! We had eaten the ground beef, my wife did not.

    (1)
  • Mike A.

    Came here for breakfast burritos. Was rushed through order and the burritos were not impressive. Eggs were hard and tortilla was hard. Won't go back.

    (2)
  • Jakob M.

    1st visit for sit down, normally get to go. Service was ehh. You order at countet self serve drink and food is brought to you. I have always had the Mexican hot dog. Best in the area. Bacon wrapped dog ketchup, mayo, mustard. Toasted bun and onions on top. Did try the cheese crisp for the $5 not worth it! Will continue to get the dog not sure about much else.

    (3)
  • Joni L.

    Well, tried to have a few tacos tonight only the employees decided to close early...sign says open to 10 however at 9:10 they turned us away. Not good for a new business that is trying to make it.

    (1)
  • Hanako P.

    Breakfast burritos top my list of omg cravings. First bite of the machaca breakfast burrito with potatoes and cheese made me pick up the phone and call my husband; he then endured five minutes of me telling him how much he would love it. Burrito was huge, tortilla sublime, guacamole salsa noms. Will be going there again.

    (5)
  • Christine S.

    I too ended up here because New Mexican Grill was closed on Sunday. I was looking for something a step up from the chains. The place is nice inside. Plenty of tables. Mostly clean. My daughter got the chicken nachos. Portion and price - I'd give a 5. But I give the dish a 3. The guacamole was boring. It had a nice big heaping scoop on it too. Maybe next batch! My other daughter got the carne asada burrito. huge. She cut it in half. She rated it OK. Her favorite is a burrito from a chain. I will say that she ate her entire half which was the equivalent size of a full size at the chain. So, leftovers! I got the loaded burrito with green sauce. It's true as the other reviews said. The sauces have kick--I love it! The green sauce is creamy. I am not sure if it was the sight or size of my burrito but I was only able to eat a quarter. It felt like woman vs food. But I give my dish a 5. Their hot salsa is awesome too. It was way too hot for the kids. And I'll have to order the nachos without pico de gallo for my daughter next time....at least until she acquires the taste for heat. My leftovers were incredible for lunch, I think a 5+ on the second day. I still have half a burrito to go for my dinner now....I'm eager to try Tacos N More for breakfast next!

    (4)
  • Dan T.

    Awesome place the owner is a very nice lady she always takes good care of my daughter and I when we eat here weekly. We love the carne Asada burrito and the cheese crisp

    (4)
  • Dana B.

    The flavor of the carne was good but mine had a couple fatty/chewy pieces that I thought were kinda icky. My husband have his a 4/5. The green chile cheese tamale was flavorless. We could taste Ny. Hole or cheese. Salsas were pretty good but if spice isn't your thing, they have a kick. We should've asked but had already sat down when my husband said we are charged $22. 2 burritos with a couple added toppings, one tamale and 2 drinks. Unless they drink were $4 each, we were over charged.

    (3)
  • Helen H.

    We were in the area after shopping at Lowe's and ordered take out. We ordered 2 breakfast burritos, 3 taco plate, and a taco salad for the family and it was delicious! All the food was fresh, hot, and very authentic. The place is very causal and I think very reasonably priced. You shouldn't come here to expect fine dining, but you definitely visit for the food. This is our go-to place in SE Gilbert area for Mexican take-out... keep up the great work!

    (4)
  • Eric F.

    I had the carne asada burrito fully loaded and my wife had the chicken burrito and thought it was better than any burritos in the area. I moved here from California 8 yrs ago and have been in the search of a good burrito since. This is the closest yet. I also like to judge Mexican food by the chips and salsa and the flavors were good in that area as well. The decor in the restaurant is appealing as well. Two big fridges full of beers, two big screen TVs and a nice all around taco shop feeling. Definitely will go back.

    (4)
  • Karen O.

    Gave this place another shot. Bad idea. I appreciate the complimentary chips that accompany each order, but they are terribly stale and salty! Yuck! The salsa bar is unimpressive, although I did appreciate that cilantro was available. The enchiladas are still nasty (barely any filling, gross cheese, and dry sauce), and the employees are so blah (smile, darn it!). I will not be giving this place a third try. Adiós!

    (1)
  • Areia W.

    Horrible establishment. We used to eat here, but will not be anymore. It's unfortuanate this review has to be a reflection on the owners, not the food, but they completely screwed me over and are doing NOTHING to reconcile. I parked my car behind the establishment on a friday night when there were no tow signs. I did the responsible thing and took a cab home after drinking, and came back Sunday to pick up my car and it was gone. The only thing back there were BRAND NEW SIGNS. The owner was EXTREMELY RUDE to us when we tried to reason with her. She treated me and my fiance like we were criminals. We will not be supporting anything to do with this place anymore.

    (1)
  • Nicole S.

    Great food!! I'm walking out so full. The service was great & the place is clean. The set up is really nice and there alcohol options. My husband and I will be back.

    (5)
  • Alex D.

    While I love supporting local business this place left me feeling unsure. While the tacos were good I do have some suggestions. First off don't judge this book by its cover. It is very unassuming from the upside and the "Huge" we're open sign in the window lets me believe they must be struggling for customers. Once inside you can tell the owners have put a lot of money into making it a nice place. It is very clean and the salsa bar was a nice touch. As far as the food..I have hear from multiple people that their Carna Asada is very fatty (they must not trim the meat) so I steered clear. I have the three taco place with ground beef hard shell tacos. Immediately I was a bit disappointed as the shells were notate from scratch but store bought taco shells. While the flavor was good I was left desiring more. The rice and beans were standard so no complaints there. Overall I could see myself eating here more out of convenience then actually going out f my way. It's a shame as sure their overhead for the renovations must have been a lot. Price also seed a bit high but nothing crazy.

    (3)
  • Tray B.

    I tried the carne asada burrito for lunch and it was OK. Not bad, just not Great. I went back on a different occasion and got a chorizo breakfast burrito that was scrumptulescent! So role the dice & give 'em a try.

    (3)
  • John K.

    Seen this place for months but never tried it. Nothing about the exterior looked appealing and the name certainly lacks any creativity. We finally had the opportunity to try it and we were very impressed. Great interior design, visually appetizing menu and good prices. We were all happy with our meals and look forward to further adventures on the menu.

    (3)
  • Brandy L.

    Good food. Very spicy sauces but a little cafeteria-like. The food is tasty though. We'll be back.

    (3)
  • Chad K.

    Okay for quick Mexican food, a little high price though for what it is, I'll drive past and go to papa chivos.

    (3)
  • pamela l.

    Disappointing is all I can say. My husband and I just happened to be driving by and decided to stop in for lunch. Decor is very bright and pleasant. A nice salsa bar with several choices, however, the pico de gallo and mild salsa were extremely bland, no salt, tang or heat at all. The chips were free, but almost chewy instead of crisp. My husband ordered the ceviche tostada (good) and the pozole (passable), mine was a little worse. I ordered the three item combo so I could sample a few things to get a better idea of the food. The green chile and cheese tamale was flavorless, lots of thick masa with canned green chiles in the middle and no cheese I could find. The beef taco on a hard shell was unseasoned pot roast on a soggy taco shell, and the cheese enchilada arrived cold with a very thick red sauce. The refried beans were unpleasantly pasty instead of smooth and creamy and, again, unseasoned and the rice had no flavor or seasoning at all (there seems to be a pattern here with the cooks not seasoning or tasting the food going out) Price for this was $20 without any drinks (water only) so not terrible price wise, but considering the poor flavor and quality it was not worth it. Needless to say, we will not be back.

    (2)
  • Krissy H.

    Tacos aren't bad they were good not outstanding.Pozle was horrible one of the worst I have had meat tasted old and the over all flavor not good;((

    (3)
  • Melanie N.

    My family and I decided to stop by and try this place out. My daughter got a bean burrito and my husband and I got the pork carnitas tacos. The food was good. The service was fast and friendly. I would definitely go back.

    (4)
  • Nancy S.

    If you like spicy chorizo burritos this is your PLACE! breakfast was out of this world and so cheap!!! Loved it and will be back!

    (4)
  • Carolyn S.

    The food is tasty but their service is one of the slowest around. Just 3 tacos + 1 burrito and it took 30 minutes. Not the cheapest either. Also, we were given stale chips.....grrrr.

    (2)
  • Fred C.

    I have been wanting to try Tacos N More..since it is right around the corner from my house! Ordered some take out yesterday. BIG MISTAKE!....the food was terrible. The reviews on here are really mixed...and I do not get some of the 3 and 4 star ratings. The steak was hardly edible, so much fat and gristle. Salsas were so watered down. Also not the most pleasant staff to deal with when ordering! Won't be going back, and I'll be surprised if this place is still open a few months from now!

    (1)
  • Renata K.

    So excited for another Mexican food place to open in my hood. Coke products, check. Awesome salsa/hot sauce, check. Tasty bean & cheese burritos & quesadillas, check. Hubby is loving the variety of their menu, which includes lengua tacos & meatball soup (as you can probably tell, he's a little more adventurous with his food than I am), and he loved both. The prices are a little high IMHO, but otherwise 2 thumbs up.

    (4)
  • Andrew H.

    Great food. Loved the nachos. The staff was nice. Check them out.

    (5)
  • Rick S.

    Got the taco salad with chicken..perfect, taste great couldn't have made it better..good service and food came put in a timely manner since it was the lunch rush..will go back if in area

    (5)
  • Charlie S.

    Tried this New Mexican joint and was impressed. Taco selection was nice, got three different kinds with rice and beans. Salsa bar was good as well. Old lady had enchiladas which she thoroughly enjoyed. Very cool coke machine we've never encountered before. Overall nice place we'll check out again!

    (4)
  • Devin M.

    This place is pretty solid. Not sure about some of the complaints with waiting. I called and ordered take out, showed up right when they said to and it was ready. Seemed like the kid at the counter was new but the place is new so it's kind of expected. Also, the price complaints? I mean it's not the bell. We paid $15 for a burrito 3 tacos and nachos. I feel like that's pretty normal. The burrito was awesome. The tortillas here are great. I didn't like the hard shell taco, but my wife got soft ones and hers were good so go with those. The hard shell ones taste and look store bought. We will definitely be back. I'd say I worry a little about the place because they don't advertise clearly and it's a huge space for a taco joint.

    (4)
  • Jason J.

    I love this place! The pazole was awesome and had a lot of meat in it, the nachos were good, and the best thing about this place...$16 for a dozen tamales! The tamales are huge and cheaper than most places that sell them frozen. I love this place and will continue to sing their praises

    (5)
  • Eddie C.

    Great Mexican food in South Gilbert. We had a carne asada dish for a family of 5 and it was really good.

    (5)
  • John G.

    Food was okay. The enchiladas we ordered had some interesting red sauce that was drenched over my cheese enchiladas. The sauce was overwhelming and the enchiladas were tiny. The salsa bar is nothing fancy..there was a couple of choices to choose from. They gave out complimentary chips but they came in a reusable plastic basket. I would think they would at least be lined with wax paper. Who knows if they just re-use them without washing them. Ok but will not come back again. Too many other better places to eat authentic Mexican food.

    (2)
  • Janne G.

    I've gone here several times and love it. I also like that it's locally owned. The salsa is great, and they give you chips if you dine-in. I get the three taco combination and have gotten a variety of kinds of tacos, all were great - especially like the shrimp taco!

    (5)
  • Secret S.

    Sadly, I must update my review. I have been here three more times after my initial review and all three times waited exponentially longer than the time I was told. On this last occasion the lady on the phone told me 20 mins so I left my house after twenty minutes, arriving five minutes after that. I went in, gave her my name and they said it would be right out. I sat down. I watched three people come in, place their order, and walk out with their food. I went to yhe counter and asked about my food. She left to go in the back and said it wasn't ready yet. I gave her a look of bewilderment as it had been about 40-45 mins since I placed my order. I sat back down. TEN MINUTES later, she brings me my food and tells me she's sorry it took so long. That my order had actually been ready for a while and was sitting in a place she didn't know to look. Needless to say food was WET from condensation, cold, and less than UNsatisfactory. So sad. I wanted to like this place! What did I order? Five tacos and a torta.

    (1)
  • Ken B.

    Been waiting for them to open since they were giving out promotional samples one afternoon in November. We tried the loaded nachos, chicken burritos, and quesadilla. All tasty and just the right amount of burn. They have a Coke Freestyle machine for variety. We will return often!

    (4)
  • Jodie S.

    Tried this place yesterday after seeing the online reviews. Had the chorizo and egg breakfast burrito with everything in it. It was DELICIOUS!!! Chorizo was spicy and had tons of flavor. Burrito was huge and actually made two meals for me. Hubby had the carne asada burrito enchilada style with everything and he loved it. Said the carne asada was actually better quality then most places and the burrito was delicious. Salsas were yummy. Restaurant was very clean and staff was friendly. Definitely will go back to try more stuff!

    (5)
  • Brent C.

    I love the tacos, but the salsa is awesome!

    (5)
  • Jon A.

    Excellent. great flavor. free chips. 100 flavor coke products dispenser. very good in all regards. Real plates and silverware. Walk up to order and they deliver to your table and they bus the tables.

    (5)
  • Kelly R.

    Quick, cheap, & yummy! I saw a few reviews of people complaining about service, just want to state that this is not a sit down service type place. You order at a counter, get your drink from a soft drink station, get your own salsa, and they bring food out to you, not a whole lot of service to be had. Nothing fancy but when I need a quick, cheap meal this does the trick!

    (4)
  • Rebekha Y.

    Great food and fast service. The chips and salsa were tasty and spicy. We loved how the carnitas had little fat on it.. Most places will just serve mostly fat, we got 100% meat. It's our new favorite place to go and take out of towners looking for Mexican food.

    (5)
  • Kelly L.

    Good, clean casual dining. My husband had the fish tacos, and I had the carne asade tacos. Both were delicious and exceeded our expectations. We will return when we are looking for a quick inexpensive place to eat.

    (3)
  • Mike S.

    Cheese sauce. Not cheese, cheese sauce. Burnt carne asada and pink Carne asada in the same burrito. They couldn't even make my daughter's quesadilla properly. This place is to be avoided.

    (1)
  • Judy E.

    We have been here twice. The first time was 5 star. Love the condiments and our green chili pork and fish taco items were fantastic. The second time we got the chicken taco salad and fish tacos to go. The salad was great, but they got the order wrong on my fish taco and I didn't find out until I was home. 3 times I said corn tortillas, and they did flour tortillas instead (on a fish taco?) The other thing I wasn't thrilled about was, you say, "Fish tacos, please." They say, "with cheese?" and because I hadn't read the whole board, I thought cheese was included, so I said yes. But you pay extra for it, at least on the fish tacos. (BTW, don't get cheese on fish tacos). The atmosphere there is very nice, and we will definitely go lots more because the food is good and not expensive. Just be sure to ask if what they suggest is included.

    (4)
  • Mike W.

    Gross! I think the other + reviewsare padded from friends and family. Terrible quality, fatty meat and poor service. You've been warned...

    (1)
  • Michael R.

    I have been here three times and did enjoy the breakfast burritos but will never go back. My wife and I went in for breakfast and since they only serve drip coffee we stopped by Starbucks for an iced coffee. As soon as we walked in we were told in a rather harsh tone "you can not bring those in here. I will get fined $200! Please leave and get rid of those drinks!" I was totally caught off guard. I understand policy and am fine with that but please treat your customers with respect. My wife responded that she will just go elsewhere and the lady told us well that's fine then. Horrible customer service!!

    (2)
  • Libby B.

    Love this place! The asada street tacos are amazing! Love the homemade chips, as well. The staff is young, but very nice. I've really liked everything I've tried, but will keep coming back for the tacos.

    (5)
  • Tad P.

    Finally went here. Got hard shell taco plate. Steak had nice char, carnitas was tender. Love the guac salsa. Best part was the churo. My wife gets them every where we go, and this is by far the best churo we have had.

    (5)
  • Jackie L.

    Those of you who had a less than perfect experience should give it another shot. I have eaten here more than a dozen times now since they opened and it is delicious! They are so generous with their great condiment bar that has delicious salsas, fresh cilantro and limes. The food is fresh and tastes outstanding. A few times when busy it has been a little slower or the order a little mixed up, but I feel this is understandable as they have just opened and are getting everything organized. The staff is friendly and always working diligently to make the customers happy.

    (4)

Q&A on Taco Bell

Who owns Taco Bell?

Taco Bell is a restaurant chain subsidiary owned by Yum! Brands, Inc. which controls the restaurant division of PepsiCo.

When does Taco Bell stop serving breakfast?

Taco Bell starts serving breakfast from 6 a.m. which is one hour later than other competitors. However, the restaurant chain continues serving breakfast till 11 a.m. which is half an hour later than other competitors.

When is Taco Bell happy hour?

Happy hour at Taco Bell starts from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Are Taco Bell beans healthy?

Beans are rich in protein, fiber, and minerals like iron and phosphorous. Hence, Taco Bell beans are healthy in nature. However, there are claims that Taco Bell uses a rehydrated slew of mystery ingredients instead of beans. So, simply inquire about the beans before ordering items serving Taco Bell beans.

Which Taco Bell is closest to me?

Use our Restaurant Listings directory to find Taco Bell nearby.

Which Taco Bell sauce is hottest?

Diablo is the hottest Taco Bell sauce.

Which Taco Bell sauce is best?

In terms of popularity, the Mild sauce is undoubtedly the best Taco Bell sauce favored by Americans.

Which Taco Bell sauces are vegan?

Hot and Mild sauces are certified vegan.

Which Taco Bell has nacho fries?

Taco Bell has a habit of discontinuing and relaunching Nacho Fries. You can find the Taco Bell locations nearby to see if the Taco Bell store has Nacho Fries.

Which Taco Bell is open right now?

Taco Bell opens at 6 a.m. in the morning and stays open until 3 a.m. the next day at major locations. In New York city, the Taco Bell stores stay open till 11 p.m. or 12 midnight.

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About Taco Bell

Taco Bell is a haven for Mexican delicacies such as tacos, quesadillas, burritos, nachos, and other specialty items. Owned by Yum! Brands, Inc. Taco Bell is one of the fastest growing American chains of fast food restaurants. The restaurant operates from 7,072 different locations which are mostly run by independent franchisees and licensees.

The background story of Taco Bell is interesting and inspiring for budding entrepreneurs. The fast-food brand is the brainchild of Glen Bell, who started his first food venture as a hot dog seller in San Bernardino, California. The year was 1948. After witnessing long queues outside a Mexican restaurant called Mitla Café across the street, Bell saw the opportunity and demand for hard-shelled Tacos. He reverse-engineered the recipe and later started selling Tacos and called the venture Taco-Tia.

Later, the name changed from Taco-Tia to El Taco. Eventually, Glen Bell sold the company to his partner and opened the first Taco Bell in Downey in 1962. By 1964, the restaurant also got its first franchise in Torrance. The 100th Taco Bell restaurant was opened by 1965. PepsiCo acquired Taco Bell from Glen Bell in 1978 and the restaurant brand is currently a subsidiary of Yum! Brands which looks after the restaurant business of PepsiCo.

Healthy Food Options at Taco Bell

You may believe that a healthy lifestyle doesn't go well at a fast food restaurant. Well, that's not the case with Taco Bell. Surprisingly Taco Bell offers a variety of healthy options, thanks to the in-house registered dietician who monitors the whole menu. The dietician ensures that each item on the menu is free from additives and preservatives, colors, and artificial flavors. The dietician also ensures that the food served at Taco Bell doesn't contain high-fructose corn syrup, low sodium levels, and reduced use of partially hydrogenated oil.

More than 75% of food items served at Taco Bell falls under 500 calories. Taco Bell also features the Fresco Style option which helps the customers to maintain healthy diet plan without missing out on taste. In Fresco style option, Taco Bell switches pico de gallo with cheese, sour cream, guac, and mayo-based sauce. Taco Bell takes care of almost every health preference of its customers.

Tips for Dining at Taco Bell

Diabetics can also try other Fresco styled Taco items such as Fresco Crunchy Taco, Fresco Grilled Steak, and Fresco Soft Taco Beef. These are other healthy alternatives of Tacos for diabetics which contains an adequate amount of starch and minimum or no fat content. Switch the regular sauce or cheese with pico de gallo and you can easily reduce the sodium intake and fat content for your body. It will help maintain blood pressure levels and control high cholesterol.

Q&A on Taco Bell

Who owns Taco Bell?

Taco Bell is a restaurant chain subsidiary owned by Yum! Brands, Inc. which controls the restaurant division of PepsiCo.

When does Taco Bell stop serving breakfast?

Taco Bell starts serving breakfast from 6 a.m. which is one hour later than other competitors. However, the restaurant chain continues serving breakfast till 11 a.m. which is half an hour later than other competitors.

When is Taco Bell happy hour?

Happy hour at Taco Bell starts from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Are Taco Bell beans healthy?

Beans are rich in protein, fiber, and minerals like iron and phosphorous. Hence, Taco Bell beans are healthy in nature. However, there are claims that Taco Bell uses a rehydrated slew of mystery ingredients instead of beans. So, simply inquire about the beans before ordering items serving Taco Bell beans.

Which Taco Bell is closest to me?

Use our Restaurant Listings directory to find Taco Bell nearby.

Which Taco Bell sauce is hottest?

Diablo is the hottest Taco Bell sauce.

Which Taco Bell sauce is best?

In terms of popularity, the Mild sauce is undoubtedly the best Taco Bell sauce favored by Americans.

Which Taco Bell sauces are vegan?

Hot and Mild sauces are certified vegan.

Which Taco Bell has nacho fries?

Taco Bell has a habit of discontinuing and relaunching Nacho Fries. You can find the Taco Bell locations nearby to see if the Taco Bell store has Nacho Fries.

Which Taco Bell is open right now?

Taco Bell opens at 6 a.m. in the morning and stays open until 3 a.m. the next day at major locations. In New York city, the Taco Bell stores stay open till 11 p.m. or 12 midnight.



Map

Opening Hours

  • Mon :7:00 am - 9:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Brunch
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : No
    Caters : Yes

Categories

Mexican Cuisine

If you enjoy Taco Tuesday, then you have officially fallen in love with the Mexican Food. The main grain of Mexican cuisine is maize. Also known as corn, maize is grown for the past 9000 years after the crop was discovered by the people in Mayan civilization. Mexican empire flourished when they started growing beans, tomatoes, chili pepper, sweet potato and cactus. Till this date these ingredients are used in cooking authentic Mexican dishes and drinks.

Great use of spices, fresh chili pepper dishes like fajitas, tortilla chips, corn chips, salsa, chimichangas, burritos, nachos and quesadillas are invented in America. But when you are looking for authentic Mexican food then you must find a restaurant in the city that serves Rajas con Queso, Garbanzo in a Guajillo Chile Sauce, Pork Filled Chiles Rellenos, Chiles en Nogada, Molcajete Salsa, Pico de Gallo and Frijoles de la Olla. An eye-opening fact – Mexican don't like their food hot. They use fresh chili and other spices to create a flavor that lingers in your mouth.

Mexican food is great for those who are Gluten Intolerant as they use Corn instead of wheat in most of their dishes. Also, you can easily find many beans based Mexican dishes. Another dish which didn't get similar glory as tacos or nachos is the Mexican hot chocolate. If you love something hot on a chilly day, then go for Mexican Hot Chocolate. On merry days, you can enjoy the authentic Mexican Drinks like Tequila, Mezcal, Tecuí, Sotol, Bacanora, Charanda, Posh O Pox, Puebla and Pulque. Mexican Cuisine is for people who enjoy strong drinks and hearty meals.

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