Taco Time

Written by on October 4, 2013 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(tacotime.com) – Tulalip, Washington

Taco Time

How I heard of this place: When I first moved to Seattle, a good friend of mine – also a vegetarian – often had a hankering for Taco Time’s fried bean burrito. After numerous drive-thru ventures, I finally had to sample it for myself. While good, it took us years and National Taco Day (free tacos!) to make our way back in.

Type of cuisine: TacoTime is an upscale quick service restaurant chain that specializes in freshly prepared, home-style Mexican fare. We offer quality fresh ingredients in large portions with a unique blend of spices. TacoTime is known for our world famous hand rolled Crisp Burritos along with our crispy Mexi-Fries. Our customers love our enchilada-style Casita Burrito, our delicious Crisp Tacos and our rich fruit-filled empanadas. We truly believe that real ingredients make better food!”

Taco Time Menu

Ambiance: Following suit of other fast food chains across the nation, Taco Time’s pastel interiors, tiled floors,  pleather booths and plastic scoop back chairs are reminiscent of early childhood road trips and stopping to eat at marbled laminate tables with my family.

Taco Time Seating

What I ordered: A simple crisp, beef taco ($1.69). Times two. One for me. One for my hubby.

What I loved: Fresh, crispy lettuce and yummy cheddar cheese.

Why I loved it: Simple. Free.

Cost: Low to average ($1.49 – $6.89 per taco/burrito)

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