So if you haven't heard, Burger King decided to try its hand at tacos—and in my humble opinion, they failed miserably. Instead of learning from this mistake, KFC decided to debut its own version. Seems risky, but OK.
The chain's limited-edition Double Taco sounds eerily similar to T-Bell's Double Decker Tacos, just without the seasoned beef. Instead, they took a crunchy shell, stuck a soft flour tortilla with salsa, and filled 'em up with fried chicken tenders, guacamole, shredded cheese, and onion.
...Wait, it does sound kinda good.
I was inclined to bash the tacos solely based on my negative Burger King experience, but as much as I hate to admit I'm wrong, I might be wrong. Do I still think they should both stick to what they know, BK with Burgers and KFC with chicken? Probably. But these just might inspire a change of heart.
Now I thought the Burger King tacos would be great, too, and then they were entirely different—in look and taste—IRL. But hear me out, KFC and Taco Bell are owned by the same parent company, Yum! Brands. It's not such a leap that they'd be pretty similar.
Now that I've convinced us all to actually try the tacos, I should probably warn you of something. They're only available in France. I'm sorry! I'm sorry! But here's a little food for thought (lol): There is not one single Taco Bell location in the entire country. So they deserve this more than us, okay!?
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