The beloved Enchirito is made a surprise comeback to the Taco bell menu for a limited-time in response to overwhelming demand. Fans can once again enjoy the mouthwatering blend of seasoned ground beef, beans, onions, red sauce, and melted cheese wrapped in a soft flour tortilla. While this should excite Taco Bell lovers, many customers are complaining about changes to the beloved Enchirito.
One Taco Bell customer who decided to try the Enchirito after its grand return took to Reddit this week to report that the item was much smaller than marketing pictures suggested. In addition to the disappointing size, the customer said that the actual taste and contents of the Enchirito didn’t live up to the massive hype.
“It’s literally a beef and bean soft taco with slop on top, it’s not good, and it sure as hell isn’t worth $4.19 plus tax,” the customer wrote, apparently referring to the price of the menu item at their local restaurant.
The post started gaining a massive following and had plenty of other unsatisfied customers sharing their experiences.
“It was small and wasn’t smothered in sauce. [Probably] worth $2, not $4,” a customer commented.
“I got it because it looked really good and I was super disappointed. I swapped beef for beans because I don’t eat meat, I don’t know if that made it taste worse or not. It was also super messy and when I opened it spilled sauce on me,” another said.
The Enchirito is one of several limited-time items that Taco Bell quietly added to menus last week. The chain also introduced two new burritos and two new loaded fry dishes that all incorporate Taco Bell’s Nacho Fries and green chile verde sauce. Taco Bell customers can also look forward to an extra dose of nostalgia this summer with the June 29 return of the fiery Volcano Menu and the early August return of the Beefy Crunch Burrito.