Taco Fresco Menu

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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.

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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.

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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.

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  • Deb T.

    Food bursts with freshness and flavor! How often are you waited on by a Co - founder of an eatery? This little gem on the tiny little strip in Whitewater is honestly better (and cheaper) than the huge hit BelAir in Wauwatosa. Not that you would drive this far...but if you are in town it is a must go. Equal love given to all trends...asian, veggie and seafood tacos all winners. Taco Fresco, I'll miss you in the big city!

    (5)
  • Andy S.

    If it weren't for Amador this place would not be excellent. However it is excellent, and if Amador cooks for you it is on par or better than any Tex-Mexican food in the United States. Thanks for smashing Amador! KEEP WHITEWATER WEIRD!!

    (5)
  • Jen S.

    I cannot pick a favorite here. Fortunately, the prices allow you to choose a variety. I stop here every time I get to Whitewater and have been re-impressed with every visit. The flavors are refined and delicate, the atmosphere great. From a foodie who travels around the world, I could not be happier that this place exists near my backyard.

    (5)
  • Ronda D.

    Amazing tacos. ...from buffalo chicken taco to Asian steak taco with Sriracha .....yummy! Choice of flour or corn taco. Anything can be made into a bowl. my daughter loved it!

    (5)
  • Tara S.

    We stopped here for a quick lunch while out for a motorcycle ride. The happy hour is a great deal, and the food is reasonably priced. More importantly though, our meal was DELICIOUS. Our favorite was the green chile pork tacos - so juicy and tender! Along with their excellent homemade horchata, it was a fantastic meal. We will be back!

    (5)
  • Kelsey K.

    Absolutely love this place! Very fresh ingredients, freshly made, great tasting and friendly staff!

    (5)
  • Wesley E.

    Occasionally, you eat at a place where you know the ingredients make the meal. This place is one of them. In fact, the last time there I was actually blown away. It has a nice open window where you can shout compliments at the chef, who nails it. The waitstaff has been pretty good, but I suggest going off hours as service slows down when there are more than a few tables. Whatever they did since the reopen... Keep doing it. Way better than my first visit, which would have been a solid three stars. Hopefully the service stays consistent... That is the only potential weakness I see in the future. The menu is great, the food is fantastic.

    (5)
  • Aldona B.

    Excellent food and service. Possibly the best quesadilla I have ever had. My husband ordered a burrito bowl and we were both shocked by the enormous chunks of meat that it comes with. They don't skimp on meat! I especially enjoyed their guacamole and my husband loved their green and chipotle-ranch salsa. Everything was very fresh and we were told that they make 99% of their menu from scratch. The only bad thing is that they are not closer to where we live. If I'm in the area - I'm eating here!

    (5)
  • Hawthorn M.

    Really great fresh ingredients, including a seasonal sweet potato taco! I tried three of the fresh tacos off the menu and they were amazing. My partner, however, has the nachos which left something to be desired. The chips were store bought, which might have been forgivable had they not been topped with Velveta and canned salsa. The regular menu is awesome, just step up some of the sides and this place could be perfect. Nice atmosphere, our server was very kind, and the prices were nice for the fresh and tasty food. Their tres leches was also amazing.

    (5)
  • Stephanie H.

    Whitewater's newest eatery (they opened about 2 weeks ago) is a fantastic cafe-style eatery serving up huge portions of homemade Mexican deliciousness! Their menu offers a variety of tacos, quesadillas, and burritos, along with a few other specialty items. The atmosphere is decorative yet not overpowering. Very laid back and clean vibe. You place your order and pay at the counter, then your food is served to your table. Everything is made fresh to order. I had the green chile pork burrito and it was HUGE! I easily got a second meal out of it later. It had tender, spicy pork, queso, rice, beans, lettuce, and tomato. I could tell that all of the ingredients were very fresh. I was also given a small cup of complimentary guacamole on the side upon request, which was much appreciated and delicious. They have a salsa bar available, including mild, hot, and chipolte ranch. I took a small cup of mild and one of chipolte ranch. They were the perfect compliment to the burrito. They also offer a free unique beverage option which I love. There have one dispenser of cold water, and a second dispenser of cold water with fresh ingredients inside to make a flavored water. From what I've heard, the flavor changes daily. Today's flavor was orange rosemary, made with large orange slices and a few sprigs of fresh rosemary. Very refreshing! Grand total for this meal: $6.42. Yep, you read that correctly. GO HERE! You won't be sorry.

    (5)
  • Mary Kate S.

    By far my favorite Mexican place in all of Wisconsin. I've eaten here at least a dozen times already. Firstly, there's the food here. The food isn't just reasonably priced; I feel like I'm robbing those poor sweet people every time I go there. The food (especially for the price) is some of the best Mexican I've ever had in my life, and I grew up in a Hispanic household! (Oh, my mom would kill me for saying this!) They always use the freshest ingredients. It takes a little longer than I'd like for the food to come to my table, but once it's there it's TOTALLY worth it. Also, they're daily specials are always super creative, and totally delicious! The special that I had was a pork burrito with pineapple mango salsa. So exotic, but easily one of the best things I've ever eaten. I also recommend the Steak Fajita Tacos and the Chorizo Burrito. And if you get something to drink that isn't Mexican pop, agua fresca, or their fresh-squeezed lemonade, I may have to appear randomly and slap you. Next, there's the service. The staff is pretty young. They're not the most talkative, sociable people, but they're beyond friendly and they put in a lot of effort to make sure your experience is enjoyable. There's a particularly young looking fellow I always see there with long hair and glasses, and he's one of the most polite people I've ever met. Finally, the atmosphere. The walls are painted lovely bright colors, and they're adorned with guitars, pictures, and other various decor that gives the place an exciting yet classic feel. The music is modern and fun, and not typical at all for a Mexican restaurant, but it gives the place a very chill feel. As far as seating, I would recommend avoiding the benches against the wall. They look really comfy with their cute decorative pillows, but it's actually quite uncomfortable to sit there. Grab a table if you can!!

    (5)
  • Calvin C.

    Been there several times, A bit pricy, but worth it. All entree's prepared from scratch. I've had the steak fajita burrito, the chicken quesadilla, and the shrimp quesadilla, All I very much recommend. As a side note make sure you get some of the zesty ranch sauce to put on your entree's it always makes it better!

    (4)
  • Jose G.

    totally worth the visit. good food, fresh ingredients like the other reviews say, friendly staff and moderate prices. had the green chile pork burrito and put some habanero salsa on it and it was on point. beware those who aren't used to the spiciness of habanero though! would eat here again any day.

    (5)
  • Diane C.

    So good! We had fish tacos with slaw and mango salsa ($3.50!) and a shrimp bowl. Scrumptious! The tortilla chips were flaky and tasted home made. Completely recommend!

    (5)
  • Jennifer H.

    Cute little place with a cool vibe, menu is comparable to what one mind find at a trendy urban food truck. Very fresh and tasty ingredients. Everything is served ala carte so you can try a few different tacos. They have the usual suspects chicken and beef, but also have a good variety of veggie options as well as fish tacos. I prefer this place over a chain like Qdoba or Chipotle. Well worth a try and reasonable prices.

    (4)
  • Sean A.

    Fantastic ingredients, great service and perfect execution. Took my wife here for what we thought would be "just a couple tacos" and had a true culinary delight! Green chile, pork sholder, fish taco, great salsa.. just perfect. Very comfortable place, clean and friendly. Will be back tomorow! Thank you, Sean and Caitlin

    (5)
  • Billy M.

    This is hands down the best mexican food in the whitewater area. Always has fresh ingredients and everything is cooked to order. The atmosphere is very friendly and the service is also great. They also deliver!

    (5)
  • Miranda J.

    Delicious! Though it is another mexican restaurant in whitewater, it is the best one we have! First of all, the employees there are very considerate and friendly. I work at a cafe down the street from the restaurant and they have given us basil, cilantro, & cheese that they have too much of. It was a very nice gesture! When I went there to eat, it was a date night for my boyfriend and I. We heard great reviews about Taco Fresco and decided to try it out. I got a quesadilla & Tom got a burrito. We also shared Chips & Guacamole. It took a while to get our food, but it was sooooo worth it. During our wait, we noticed the fun intereior and bright colors. Th modern music also made us dance in our seats! This young business has fresh, unique, and flavorful food! I love everything spicy, and their hottest salsa was even too hot for me! I was floored by that. The servings were also generous, we were full and had so much left-overs for the next day. The variety, service, and flavor is all worth the money spent there. We are addicted! If you are looking for mexican food to try in Whitewater or around the area, this is the place to go! Writing this review is even making my mouth water! Yum Yum Yum!

    (5)
  • Brian C.

    Not your "melty cheese" variety Mexican restaurant. Like the others mentioned, very fresh ingredients and unique flavors that blend nicely. The ceviche was solid and the fish taco perfectly grilled and topped with a mango slaw. I'll certainly add this to my Whitewater restaurant rotation.

    (4)
  • Neta R.

    Bad Comeback! Opened again with insulting attitude and bad service! Food is not the same as it was either... And, if you want to drink water - you have to pay for a bottle of water!!! Do they have a Michelin stare that we didn't know about? Very disappointed.

    (2)
  • Adri T.

    The only reason why I would give it 2 stars is because the food taste good...management there sucks!!! They messed up my order, then after they gave me crap about paying for delivery (seriously) I got fed up and demanded my money back!!! Which they didn't want to do!!! The manager there is the most rudest person I have ever talked to!!!

    (2)
  • mark c.

    Went with my wife for lunch on a Thursday. Hostess/waitress was super efficient and friendly. We both had the carnitas and were surprised by how good they were. Guacamole was good. Freshness is a major component to this place. Glad to see them around and hope to come back many times.

    (4)
  • Jesse C.

    Fantastic tacos. Great little place to eat. Fish taco was excellent. Companion had chicken quasidillas which he said were best he had.

    (5)

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 :11:00 am - 9:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : Yes
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : 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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