In the greatest depths of hell, past all evil tyrants from history and the hate in this world, lies this inexcusable monstrosity of human creation. By far the most requested review of the past couple of weeks, it became my own obligation to inform the public about this culinary abomination. Remember, I don't do this for me; never have, never will. It's for you, Meatball Nation. Enjoy.
Looks: I honestly don't really know what to say about how this thing looks. I guess the most positive comment I can give is that it is in taco shape. Other than that, it's pretty abysmal. I mean it's a fucking fried egg taco shell. Now that I think about it, if they were going for funny, they nailed it on the head. It's absurd looking. It's a bacon and potato taco with queso and normal cheese in an egg tortilla. Think about it. I'm sorry if it sounds like I am rambling, but I can't get over the fact that this is an actual thing. It's like the owner of the company charged his 3 year old son to find the next big thing in the food world. Well done, kid. Well done.
Visual Score: 3/10... I guess
Taste: This thing is horrible. First, the egg is about 800 degrees, and you have to wait about 2 minutes before you eat it. Once it finally cools down, you pick it up and realize, "Oh yeah, this is an egg," while the oil from the cooking process ever so gently careens onto your hand. Second, it's an absolute texture nightmare. The only thing that is supposed to give this thing any sort of bite is the potato, and for whatever reason, the lady skimped on the spuds, leaving me with magma queso and, surprisingly, unmelted cheese! Bacon always help, but it wasn't enough to salvage this vessel. It doesn't necessarily taste horrendous, but the eating experience is 100% nightmare fuel. I will say, however, if you order it with pico de gallo, as I did the second go around, it does help the temperature disparity.
Taste Score: 2/10
After Effect: While this lampooning of Mexican cuisine put my brain in a pretzel, my gastrointestinal system seemed to have little to no issue with it. It was the normal post-fastfood feel, but it is a small taco, which gave my tummy a break. No TUMS, just confusion.
Body Score: 6/10
Overall Score: 3.6 meatballs/10
Just get your crunchwrap
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