Chips and Pico De Gallo
$ 1.49 170 Cal (each)
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Chips and Pico De Gallo

Chips and Pico De Gallo

170 Cal Nutrition Info
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POPULAR UPGRADES
  • Guacamole
    Guacamole +$0.40  | Adds 35 Cal  
    On the side
  • Nacho Cheese Sauce
    Nacho Cheese Sauce +$0.55  | Adds 30 Cal  
    On the side
  • Reduced Fat Sour Cream
    Reduced Fat Sour Cream +$0.40  | Adds 20 Cal  
    On the side
  • Salsa
    Salsa +$0.45  | Adds 20 Cal  
    On the side

Potentially life-changing Chips and Pico De Gallo

How good are our chips and pico de gallo?

Well, how about we answer your question with a question of our own: do you believe in fate? I mean, yes the chips are great chips. And yes our freshly prepared pico de gallo is something to sing about. And we mean sing loudly like how you’re always warming up your vocal pipes in the shower or having a good karaoke sesh on your way home from work. However, we have a story that may answer your question better than any simple adjectives we could rail about here.

Now we can’t really verify this because it’s from a friend of a friend who heard it from a guy he met at a gas station, but apparently a certain ‘80s action-film star owes his entire illustrious career to Taco Bell Chips and Pico De Gallo. I’m not going to name names, but let’s just call this tough guy martial arts master “Taco Brad”. Apparently, before his career took off, he was a background actor in a made-for ­TV King Arthur-type thing. Well, legend is that one of the grips got the sword lodged too far in the prop stone. After literally everyone on set failed to get it out, including the King Arthur stunt doubles AND the director’s bodyguards, Taco Brad went for it. Not only did he pull it out like a hot knife in butter, he cracked the stone so much that they had to spend the rest of the production money to get it fixed (hence why it became a made-for-TV movie). Now we can’t guarantee any superhuman strength or mythical English royalty inheritance, but if you think that’s just coincidence that he had been eating Taco Bell’s Chips and Pico De Gallo the afternoon before, you’re living in a fantasy.