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shagen454 says...

In reply to this comment by robv:
>> ^shagen454:

I don't really have anything against Taco Bell, I used to eat there as a kid on the East Coast - there were no other "Mexican" food options. But, if you live in the vicinity of real Taquerias you have no excuse to eat this fake, small-portioned, overpriced shit. I've tried "mexican" food all over CA but I still need to try the famed San Diego burrito. Definitely, though, if all you've ever eaten is "mexican" food from Burrito Max or the Bell - you've gotta try the real deal. After I left a small city on the East Coast a mexican restaraunt moved in and yuppified this type of food. I'll admit it was good - but there is nothing like getting an excellent $4 veggie burrito with free chips and salsa.


I agree with everything you said except that Taco Bell is expensive. That shit is cheap. If I'm resigned to eating fast food and I want as much food as possible for the lowest price, I go to Taco Bell.




In San Fran any of the specials are either $6.45 or $7.45+ tax. Most specials would be like Nachos Bella Grande + a taco / soda. I mean burritos around here are massive... usually nachos from a Taqueria are @ $5 and contain 3X the amount of food of any Taco Bell special, not too mention the ingredients are fresh and not processed into franken-food, cost less and contain more food.

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