- Taco Bell is adding fries to the menu at the end of January.
- The fries will cost just $US1 – less than McDonald’s iconic fries.
- Customers can order the fries with a side of nacho cheese or as “Supreme” fries, served with beef, pico de gallo, nacho cheese, sour cream, and additional add-ons like guacamole, bacon, and jalapeño peppers.
Taco Bell is adding fries to the menu.
The Mexican fast-food chain announced on Wednesday that it is adding nacho fries to the menu, beginning on January 25.
The fries, served with a dippable side of nacho cheese, will cost just $US1.
Customers can also order “Supreme” fries for $US2.49, or the larger serving of “Bell Grande” fries for $US3.49, served with even more toppings: beef, pico de gallo, nacho cheese, sour cream, and additional add-ons like guacamole, bacon, and jalapeño peppers.
The news comes just one day before McDonald’s rolls out its new Dollar Menu, which does not include fries. Typically, a small order of fries costs around $US1.29 at McDonald’s.
Taco Bell tested fries in West Virginia and Bakersfield, California, last spring.
According to a Business Insider taste tester who visited a test location, the fries are nicely seasoned and spicier than most other fast-food fries on the market, pairing nicely with nacho cheese. The Supreme fries are a bit more difficult to eat, as the toppings overload can turn the crisp fries nonfunctional and soggy.
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