Taco Time’s Mexi-Fries And Crispy Burritos Are Must-Eats
Unless you live in the Pacific Northwest, you may not be familiar with Taco Time. One of the restaurant’s best dishes is its crispy burritos, something the more well-known Taco Bell does not provide. They’re also known as flautas. Taco Time was founded in 1962, and its burritos are rolled flour tortillas with chicken, beef, or bean. Then they’re deep-fried until they’re deliciously crisp.
Taco Time aficionados suggest eating the burrito with the company’s “ranch” dressing. They also recommend the “Mexi-fries,” which are basically tater tots.