Quesarito from Taco Bell: Part Quesadilla, Part Burrito

Almost a year ago to the day I mentioned a secret menu item from Chipotle on a post about the secret menu at Panera.  Looks like the secret is out and Taco Bell is the one taking advantage because they are testing a Quesarito in Oklahoma City.

Quesarito Taco Bell Spotted by GrubGrade reader Aaron, the Quesarito is basically a burrito wrapped in a quesadilla.  The Taco Bell Quesarito features the premium Latin rice (white rice with cilantro) found in the Cantina Bell products along with seasoned ground beef, nacho cheese, and sour cream.  Along with the quesadilla-wrapped burrito, Aaron also mentions the Chili Cheese Burrito is back on the menu in his OKC Taco Bell location.

11 comments on “Quesarito from Taco Bell: Part Quesadilla, Part Burrito

  1. Forte says:

    please oh PLEASE let the Chili Cheese Burrito be a nationwide relaunch

  2. Aaron says:

    They are putting chili cheese on a new loaded griller so I bet it will be nationwide for the chili cheese burritos.

  3. Cory says:

    The chili cheese burrito is still available! If they are not currently available in your area they are launching new grillers starting tomorrow nationwide including a “chili cheese fries” griller featuring the potatoes used in the cheesy fiesta potatoes.

  4. Pilar says:

    Can’t wait to try it!

  5. Icedus says:

    The Quesarito sounds legitimately terrifying, and I want it right now.

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  7. Dana B says:

    If they could make a Chessy Gordita Crunch version of the Quesarito….oh mama…

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