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Warning: Got food poisoning. I got severe food poisoning after eating the tacos with hamburger meat in them. I became violently ill and had to go to the hospital. Thank God I had insurance because that one night's visit was unbelievably expensive. I still had to pay my deductible. Turned them over to Food Inspector. They didn't seemed to concerned. They did go out there but when I received a follow-up call the woman had a horrible attitude like it was my fault. I have not been able to eat hamburger meat since then.
Avoid. Worst Taco Bell ever. The few times I have tried this one they always take for ever. The other night we were stuck in the drive thru for over 30 minutes. 30 freaking Minutes for taco bell. This isn't Wataburger, this isn't a restaurant. It's fast food, but they are anything but. We couldn't get out due to the fact that cars had us blocked in front and behind so we had to wait. When we finally got our food the meat was cold yet the veggies were a soggy hot mess. The times before that they have always managed to either mess up my order or make the food so horrible that it you couldn't even eat it. As in uncooked rice, taco shells so cold and soggy they fall apart, more sour cream than meat on tacos, rotten veggies. Even frozen lettuce once. The staff doesn't even care, so no point complaining. I just sugges tyou keep on driving up the highway and avoid this Taco Bell if you are in a hurry and looking for a cheap meal.
Budget-minded families and travelers make a run for America's leading taco chain..
A pink and blue color scheme, white tile floors and hacienda-like arched windows combine for a subtle Southwestern motif at this fast-food chain. Founded in Southern California in 1962 by Glen Bell (who invented the pre-fab hard taco shell), this casual order-at-the-counter Mexican restaurant features classics like tacos, nachos, quesadillas and burritos. In recent years, menu offerings have expanded to include specialty items like gorditas, chalupas and cinnamon twists.
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