Originally Posted by painball_3000314
You really have to notify people that shrimp... in an aptly named shrimp taco and activate a seafood/shellfish allergy?
Well considering the fact that it's the law. It's not like they are huge signs or anything. Just sticky ones placed on the drive-thru window and across the registers.
Anyways, I got to make and taste the shrimp tacos today, and I absolutely love them to pieces! Each taco has approximently six pieces of shrimp (they aren't baby porcorn shrimp, i'd call them average size). Apparently, it's in some sort of seasoned dressing that hace spices in it which was listed as being a chipotle flavor, now I know you are worried that it may affect the taste, but the Avacado Ranch actually masks and even blends with the taste beautifully. Lettuce and Fiesta Salsa give it filler, but it makes it even better because the Fiesta is tasty IMO.
There are two seperate combo meals. One is two shrimp tacos with a large drink and the other one is dubbed a "Surf N' Turf Combo" which is a Shrimp Soft Taco, Grilled Steak Soft Taco, and a Large Drink. Each location that is doing the test run has these combos, the only differences are the prices which are called "Plans" that a certain store must choose from. The Shrimp Taco can either be 2.19, 2.49, or 2.79, to which I don't know what my store is pricing. Anyways, check out the local taco bells there to see who is selling them, because not everyone is. If it's possible, I will take one home and get a snapshot of it.
Anymore questions? Let me answer a few I may be getting:
*There is no cheese on it
*There are no meat substitutions or bean substitutions for it obviously
*It can only be a Soft Taco, unless you ask nicely for it to be crunchy.
*No, it does not give off vibes of fast food as it actually tastes like real food.
*It's not imatation shrimp
*If you ask for a side of shrimp, you will still only get six pieces of shrimp.