Fast Food

Taco Bell Rolling Out XXL Steak Taco, Their ‘BIGGEST’ Taco Yet


Following the return of their XXL Steak Nachos, Taco Bell is giving their standard crunchy taco the same lovin’. Claiming it’s their “BIGGEST taco ever,” the chain’s new XXL Crispy Steak Taco packs double the steak with lettuce, tomato, shredded cheese, avocado ranch sauce and reduced fat (unnecessary) sour cream fixings.

The fast food super taco will feature  a new, crispy shell and rolls out nationwide Thursday, February 27 at $2.99 each. If you want to opt of the steak and swap in shredded chicken or ground beef, it’ll run you$2.79 and $2.49, respectively.

Although, seeing as one simple crunchy taco costs $.99, we’re not sure if the XXL is worth it deal-wise. Unless you’re eating for novelty, which always (see usually) gets a gold sticker for effort.


Fast Food

Taco Bell Brings Back XXL Steak Nachos, Just in Time for the Super Bowl


Over 1,000 calories and a pound of food is what you’ll find in Taco Bell’s limited time XXL Steak Nachos, last seen November 2012. They’re stacked with beans, nacho cheese, mozzarella, cheddar, “Pasteurized Processed Monterey Jack and American Cheese with Peppers,” guac, pico, sour cream, and of course, 4.5 ounces of steak (though chicken or ground beef are also available).

Pick one up next Super Bowl Sunday if you 1) happen to find an extra $7 (the approximate price for the steak plate) while walking by your local Taco Bell, 2) don’t have any chef friends to bring a bigger and better version to the party, 3) just really, really like fast food steak. For some reason.

H/T Brand Eating