Maybe it’s just me, but this looks disgusting… I do not go to Taco Bell to eat food that looks like that!
As part of its new, low-price menu, Taco Bell is testing out a novel concept called the Waffle Taco. Currently available only at three Southern California locations, the 89-cent breakfast option features a sausage patty and scrambled eggs folded into a waffle. It also comes with a packet of syrup, which, theoretically, could be replaced with packets of the chain’s hot sauce. And you can swish it all down with Mountain Dew A.M., a zippy combination of Mountain Dew soda and orange juice that’s mixed in-store.
With no need for a knife and fork, the Waffle Taco appears to be a driving-while-eating meal, or, in California’s case, a sitting-in-traffic-while-eating friendly item.
“If the waffle taco does well in testing, we’ll roll it out to all our restaurants that serve breakfast,” Taco Bell reps tell TIME.
That’s a big if. While consumers have been ordering the waffle tacos in batches…
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