Quick! Where's The Mop?
This burrito literally exploded. I've never seen anything like it. John was right. Never eat here. I must warn the world. This was the worst burrito I've ever tried to eat.
As John and I fled the scene, we spoke:
John: I'm really glad you decided to stop eating that. There was no reason to keep going.
Jonah: I couldn't keep going.
John: 'Cause the thing fell apart?
Jonah: Two factors brought that burrito to a point that prohibited further continuance of the meal. Massive structural flaws made consumption tactically impossible. And it was f-ing disgusting.
John: Dude write that down.
Like The Exxon Valdez
In early 2006, Del Taco was responsible for the eruption of a slightly smaller volume of unidentifiable goo into the lens of my camera. My own personal horror was immeasurable.
I've had burritos break on me before - some are even served broken. In this case, a combination of low viscosity, moisture, and pressure led to the rupture.
Del Taco, you are responsible for the biggest structural burrito disaster known to man. And what exactly is that goo?
I'll Take The Best Thing On The Menu
I was mortified.
There Is No Way I'm Eating Here
This was the first visit for us both. He was intimidated by the signage, the McDonald's style menu, and the rubber decor. Combine that with a drive through and there was no convincing him.
Am I fearless or foolish? The world will find out soon.
Del Taco employee to me:
Welcome to Del Taco, may I take your order?Me to Del Taco employee:
Um, I'll give it a shot.
Welcome To Del Taco
That kind of size is impressive, but even more impressive when you take into account that it's privately held.
Warning: Del Taco serves burgers and fries.
Bonus: Most locations are open 24 hours.
Check out the official site here.