It’s Official, Taco Bell Breakfast Will Get a National Release on March 27th

Today Taco Bell officially announced that a breakfast menu will be available in restaurants nationwide starting March 27th from 7am to 11am, or earlier.  Taco Bell’s breakfast menu will be headlined by the Waffle Taco.

Waffle TacoOther offerings for breakfast will include the A.M. Crunchwrap (pictured below), Cinnabon Delights, Bacon Breakfast Burrito, Sausage, Steak and Eggs Breakfast Burrito, A.M. Grilled Taco with Bacon, A.M. Grilled Taco with Sausage, Sausage Flatbread Melt, Hash Brown, Premium Hot Coffee and Tropicana Orange Juice.

AM Crunchwrap

Taco Bell Breakfast BurritoHere’s an inside look at Taco Bell breakfast.

12 comments on “It’s Official, Taco Bell Breakfast Will Get a National Release on March 27th

  1. Mike N. says:

    I wonder if the regular menu will still be available at 10am like it is now?

  2. rob says:

    I figure I will pour a bit of the syrup directly into my mouth and then take a bite of the waffle taco that way I don’t run out of syrup before I run out of taco.

  3. JF says:

    So TB’s here in Colorado have had their breakfast menu for a few years. Not all of them, but a good majority of them.

    I am not much of a breakfast person, and probably been 20+ years since I got breakfast from a fast food place.

    So I can’t offer anything on what their menu is like, but having seen it, it never really impressed me. Keep in mind, I keep it in context with other FF places that offer breakfast.

    I think it will do well, mainly because when I used to hit TB, it was very late at night (or earl morning) so that crowd (haven’t been a part of it for over 10 years) will hit it up.

    Another choice, and TB fans will flock there.

    I am looking forward to seeing reviews to see how their food is, but it is unlikely I’d ever get it. But at least I would know, if I am in that position, to know how it compares to others.

    I still find it odd that TB would offer breakfast, but with the rash of breakfast tacos, also seems odd this didn’t happen sooner. So let the reviews and comments come in.

    At least it would make for some good (or odd) reading.

  4. Lancaster says:

    They have my attention. McDonald’s could use the competition. Not that their breakfast menu is deficient – I’ve been very satisfied with it my whole life! – but a little impetus to innovate never hurt anyone. Their Sausage Burrito is one of my favorite items and I’d be quite interested to try Taco Bell’s versions.

  5. Bubbsy says:

    Syrup drizzled all over sausage / egg / cheese breakfast waffle taco? Gonna be sticky, they better start giving us wet-naps. You ever mix hot sauce with syrup? I do that for chicken and waffles…. I’d probably do it with this.
    If the sausage has flavor, the eggs aren’t powdered, and the waffle is tasty – I’d bang it. No jimmy or nuthin’.

  6. missouri says:

    That lid on the coffee in the video is so not on.

  7. Sarah says:

    As a CA reader, I feel like I should pre-report on Taco Bell breakfast.

    I wanted to try it for ages but my three closest Taco Bells didn’t have it and I’m lazy. Finally, for my son’s birthday, I took him to Taco Bell before Kindergarten as a way to celebrate. (He’s six; they’re easy to delight at that age.) I don’t actually eat my own fast food, but I take bites of my kids’ so I feel qualified to report a little.

    The burritos are actually not too bad. The hashbrown quality is decent to good, but different from what you’d get at a hamburger place. They are drier, maybe because they don’t share oil with french fries and treats from a hamburger place? The eggs aren’t good. The meat is on the bland side and the cheese disapears, but it isn’t bad all in one bite.

    The crunchwrap has a lot going for it. I wanted more than one bite. The same flaws of the components exist as above, but the texture and contrasts came together really well.

    We don’t have the waffle thing, or at least not that I saw. My kids wouldn’t ever order it, but I REALLY want a bite.

  8. Eric says:

    I tried this about 6 months ago in Tennessee and I enjoyed what I had. I had a sausage A.M. Crunchwrap which I remember thinking was a bit better than the bacon one my friend had (I wasn’t a big fan of Taco Bell’s bacon). I think the crunchwrap was just a smart breakfast menu item as they have it; it works well with the eggs, cheese, and sausage inside the grilled tortilla with that bottom layer of hashbrowns. I recall the sauce not being very breakfasty (chipotle of some sort?), but it worked well with this.
    I got a combo that came with a drink (just got a soft drink because I forgot about A.M. Moutain Dew so I can’t report back on that, unfortunately). Combo also came with two Cinnabon Delights which were the highlight by far, but also offered nationwide already so you’re probably aware how delicious those are.

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  10. Ariel says:

    I’m in the Los Angeles area and Taco Bell has been serving breakfast for a while. Before the official launch, the one I go to has items such as their breakfast bean burrito. It has eggs, beans, red sauce and cheese. It’s priced at 1.09. They also had a breakfast gordita which had eggs, tomatoes, baja sauce and cheese. That was priced at .99 cents but they don’t do it anymore because baja sauce is no longer in the menu. They will still make the breakfast bean burrito even though it’s an off menu item. Here they serve breakfast daily til 11AM.

    The items I order for breakfast are usually the breakfast bean burrito with green sauce, breakfast steak burrito (I love the sauce they use for it) and the AM crunchwrap with sausage. I hope they improve the coffee with the breakfast launch.

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