Taco Bell’s decision to start serving breakfast was big news this week, but let’s be honest, Taco Bell breakfast is going to be an abomination. There’s a reason why no one substitutes waffles for tortillas while making normal tacos: it’s disgusting. It’s like making chili but instead of kidney beans someone throws in Cheerios and tries to call it “breakfast chili.”
Not all of Taco Bell’s new concoctions are gross. The company is also adding a quesarito to the menu. A quesarito is a burrito wrapped in a quesadilla. It sounds incredible, as do most food stuffs characterized by being wrapped in an extra layer of cheese and carbs.
Taco Bell is currently testing the quesarito in Oklahoma City. “It’s a killer product,” Taco Bell president Brian Niccol told Nation’s Restaurant News. “It’s lighting it up.” There’s no date set yet for the quesarito’s mainstream debut.
Chipotle already serves quesaritos, because Chipotle is like Taco Bell’s rich cousin who gets everything first, the one who hasn’t accepted Taco Bell’s friend request on Facebook yet but that’s just because she’s like super busy. Taco Bell’s quesarito will obviously be inferior to Chipotle’s, but at least it’s a tasty concept.