Food News: Qdoba Launches Mini Street Tacos

Fast casual chain Qdoba Mexican Grill has expanded their limited time only menu, recently unveiling “Mini” Street Tacos. The tacos feature soft corn tortillas filled with either slow roasted pulled pork or seasoned shredded beef. An order of three will set you back $4.99 and comes with a side of Ancho Chile BBQ Beans. For you calorie counters out there, they look pretty reasonable too. At 330 calories and 360 calories for three tacos of pork and beef, respectively, they promise a lot of flavor and protein for your buck. Lets just hope they look as good as the picture!

14 comments on “Food News: Qdoba Launches Mini Street Tacos

  1. devi says:

    Had the beef ones yesterday. They’re really tasty. The red onion and cilantro are minced and dished on together and while I’ve never liked raw onion I now want to mix up a batch of that stuff and put it on everything. You get a good amount of meat, the tortillas are tasty, and it’s a bit more than a snack. The beans were a little disappointing. They heat really overwhelms them. I’d be fine if they were left off.

    Right now the street tacos are BOGO for Qdoba rewards members. Totally worth it.

  2. Justin ST says:

    Qdoba is terrible. They need to go bankrupt.

  3. rob says:

    Makes me wonder what is a “street taco”? These are mini versions of the larger street taco so do you get a mini chance of food poisoning or what?

  4. Tyler M says:

    Those look like the tacos Taco Bell had a while back

  5. HaloEleven says:

    They had these last year too. Tasty enough, but you will leave hungry.

  6. mitchery says:

    Street Tacos sounds about right…even from their glamor shots they look rough.

  7. Jenne says:

    Thank God I live in a place where I can get “street tacos” every other block or so.. Fresno, i.e. Mexico’s North Annex. What I’d really like is a good Jewish Deli…

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