Taco Bell is officially entering the fantastic fry race with its own twist on the traditional noodle that is classic.
Beginning Jan. 25, the Bell is rolling out Nacho Fries nationally, which is served with “daring Mexican seasoning” along with a side of hot nacho cheese. Consequently, they’re cheese fries — you can’t fail.
The fries will soon be available a la carte for only $1, but can also be updated to the bigger sized Supreme for $2.49 or even Bell Grande for $3.49, and can be topped off with beef, pico de gallo, nacho cheese, and sour cream.
If you also want to make a meal from your fries, $5 will get you a box with fries, a Doritos Locos Taco, a Cheesy Gordita Crunch, along with a medium drink.
Taco Bell first analyzed the launch of Nacho Fries at West Virginia and Bakersfield, California, last spring, but today they’re coming into a Taco Bell close to you for real, though the company does notice they’ll be available for a “limited time.”
But should they do evaporate, Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes are a permanent resident on Taco Bell’s menu to fulfill your starchy cravings.