Generally, if a restaurant has nachos, that’s what I’m going to order. This is not the case at Taco Bell. Admittedly, Taco Bell is only a restaurant in the strictest sense of the word. But they do sell food and that food includes nachos. So I’ve ordered them.
Last night, my daughter came home with an uneaten set of Nachos BellGrande. I found them in the refrigerator this morning, Sunday, 27 November 2022.
No Taco Bell nachos are good, even fresh. But I put these in the microwave and gave them a try.
Here are some photos. I’m sorry about this.
How were the chips? In a word: Springy. Not in the good way.
How was the cheese sauce? Edible.
The tomatoes? My daughter apparently asked them to hold the tomatoes. Probably a good call.
The beans were fine. So was Taco Bell’s usual (very thin) sour cream.
How was the “beef”? I don’t want to talk about it.
The Taco Bell product page (let’s not call it a menu) describes these as:
730 Cal Nutrition Info
Here’s a snapshot in time of the top of that product page:
Value for money: Extremely low
Enjoyment: Almost non-existent
I wish Taco Bell cared about providing good nachos.