As part of its new, low-price menu, Taco Bell is testing out a novel concept called the Waffle Taco. Currently available only at three Southern California locations, the 89-cent breakfast option features a sausage patty and scrambled eggs folded into a waffle. It also comes with a packet of syrup, which, theoretically, could be replaced with packets of the chain’s hot sauce. And you can swish it all down with Mountain Dew A.M., a zippy combination of Mountain Dew soda and orange juice that’s mixed in-store.
With no need for a knife and fork, the Waffle Taco appears to be a driving-while-eating meal, or, in California’s case, a sitting-in-traffic-while-eating friendly item.
“If the waffle taco does well in testing, we’ll roll it out to all our restaurants that serve breakfast,” Taco Bell reps tell TIME.
That’s a big if. While consumers have been ordering the waffle tacos in batches of six to ten, according to the Los Angeles Times, early reviews have been rather harsh, ranging from “mushy” to “rubbery.”