The fries will also be available as Supreme for $2.49, or Bell Grande for $3.49, topped with such add-ons as beef, pico de gallo, nacho cheese and sour cream. Cheeseburger Deluxe. Like before, each entrée can be paired with chicken nuggets, french fries and a drink for just $4.
The innovative fast food Mexican chain owned by Yum Brands announced Wednesday that it will begin selling Nacho Fries for a limited time starting January 25 for $1.
The fries will feature "bold Mexican seasoning" and include a side of nacho cheese dipping sauce, according to the company. The Supreme fries are a bit more hard to eat, as the toppings overload can turn the crisp fries nonfunctional and soggy.
In what is arguably the best news of 2018 so far (it's only Day 3, but still), Taco Bell has officially announced the nationwide release of its "Nacho Fries".
In October, Taco Bell hinted it may be adding fries when responding to a tweet from Blink-182 band member Mark Hoppus.
Taco Bell tested the new menu items extensively at locations in West Virginia and Bakersfield, California starting last spring.
Taco Bell has long served fries at worldwide stores in countries like the United Kingdom, Korea and Japan.
The fries will cost just $1 - less than McDonald's iconic fries. Only time - and plenty of taste tests - will tell.