What is the Taco Bell Steak Nacho Fries Burrito?
It features the returning Nacho Fries with steak, tomatoes, reduced-fat sour cream, cheddar cheese, chipotle sauce, and nacho cheese sauce inside a warm flour tortilla.
How is it?
Well, it depends on how tired you are of Taco Bell’s creamy chipotle sauce. I’m fine with it because it’s still tasty to me, but it sure seems as if it’s been in every product the chain has put out over the past six months. So I wouldn’t be surprised if there are folks whose taste buds have grown bored of it. Last September, it came with the Crispy Chicken Sandwich Taco. Last November, it was in the Double Steak Grilled Cheese Burrito. In January, it was nestled in the Chipotle Cheddar Chalupa. And, last month, it was squirted into a Cantina Crispy Chicken Taco. But if you’re like me and still enjoy that smoky, slightly spicy sauce, then there’s a great chance you’ll like it in this burrito.
Along with the creamy chipotle sauce, the other highlight of this menu item was, and this is going to be hard to believe, the tomatoes. Yes, they’ve been in DOZENS of previous products, and I don’t think I’ve ever considered them a highlight. But the bites I enjoyed the most were the ones where the acidic explosion from a tomato happened on the backdrop of the chipotle and nacho cheese sauces, which created something like tomato queso.
The flavors of the headlining ingredients – the steak and Nacho Fries – come through with most bites, but the sauces stand out the most. The steak was, as usual, unusually tender. And, despite hanging out with three different sauces in the flour tortilla, the handful of fries surprisingly had some crispiness to them.
Anything else you need to know?
You’re not alone if you thought to yourself, “Is the Taco Bell Steak Nacho Fries Burrito new?” I confused it with the Loaded Taco Fries Burrito I had last summer that had seasoned beef, Nacho Fries, crispy red strips, lettuce, nacho cheese sauce, spicy ranch, tomatoes, and cheese.
Also, while we’re comparing burritos, I felt that this one wasn’t as hefty as the Loaded Taco Fries Burrito because it appears to have fewer fries stuffed in it. Of course, your fry stuff-age may vary.
If you want to celebrate the return of Taco Bell’s Nacho Fries, its Steak Nacho Fries Burrito is a delicious way to do so.
Purchased Price: $4.59*
Rating: 8 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: 520 calories, 27 grams of fat, 7 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 40 milligrams of cholesterol, 1140 milligrams of sodium, 53 grams of carbohydrates, 4 grams of fiber, 5 grams of sugar, and 17 grams of protein.
*Because I live on a rock in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, things are a bit pricier here. You’ll probably pay less than I did.
6 thoughts to “REVIEW: Taco Bell Steak Nacho Fries Burrito”
This sounds pretty tasty to me. I don’t care for rice in burritos but the fries may work. Also, the Taco Bell that they tore down to remodel 6 months ago just opened back up this week so………win/win.
“Well, it depends on how tired you are of Taco Bell’s creamy chipotle sauce. I’m fine with it because it’s still tasty to me, but it sure seems as if it’s been in every product the chain has put out over the past six months.”
Lol, glad that someone else noticed that too! It’s becoming the new red tortilla strip doldrum! Also, can’t forget it being in the chipotle ranch chicken burrito.
All in all it sounds like this item is definitely overpriced.
Chipotle sauce is also in the Tortada they are testing here…
This is a hard pass from me. I detest flour tortillas. They taste so bad to me, I don’t know how anyone can eat them. Give me a taco in a crunchy corn shell, or give me death!
I really hope the tortada becomes a national release despite its terrible name.
Me and the hubby had this the other night. It didn’t really fill me up but I agree the chipotle sauce is getting a bit old TBH. It is not even really that creamy. I usually only eat fast food occassionally but enough with the creamy chipotole sauce already lol.