Taco Bell menu: 10 worst items of all time

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Hey, not every item on Taco Bell’s menu can be up to par with that of a Doritos Locos Taco, right?

As with any popular fast food chain, not every item on the menu becomes a hit. Since its inception in 1962, this same sentiment can be said for Taco Bell. For well over 5 decades, this iconic fast food chain has managed to create fast food magic with classics like the crunchwrap supreme, Doritos locos taco, and my personal favorite, the cheesy gordita crunch.

Besides, It’s also a great place for cheap and convenient fast food for those on a tight budget. While there are plenty of tasty options to choose from on their menu and prices are more reasonable as opposed to other chains like Chick-fil-A or Panera Bread, this list commemorates a different breed of products.

Products that never had enough fan fair to continue to thrive at the fast food chain establishment or Foods that were simply discontinued due to fans’ lack of interest. That’s right folks, this list is the 10 worst Taco Bell menu items of all time.

The 10 worst items of all time at Taco Bell

10. Seafood Salad

For those who didn’t know already, there was a point in time when Taco Bell went all Long John Silvers and took a chance at serving seafood. During the mid-80s, the chain ran several commercials promoting the new product.

One of the adverts even included a subtle/not so subtle jab at McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish sandwich. Unfortunately for Taco Bell, the dig at Mickey D’s didn’t age too well, as their seafood salad has since been discontinued while the Filet-O-Fish remains a mainstay for the McDonald’s fast food chains worldwide.

To their credit, they seems to have learned from their past mistake here, as there hasn’t been a new commercial for anything that has to with seafood at this chain since then. While I’m sure everyone appreciates Taco Bell’s effort in trying something new, one can only imagine that it stays that way.

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