Roadmap to Mexican Food
Now, let’s talk Mexican!
Let us introduce you to the wonderful world of Taco Bill Mexican Food. Our food is prepared from the finest and healthiest ingredients available. Next time you visit your local Taco Bill, make sure you try some of these exciting dishes!
Quesadilla De La Casa
(kay-sah-dee-ya day la ca-sa)
Taco Bill’s Famous Frozen Margaritas
Made from silver tequila, triple sec, our own secret lemon-lime recipe and ice .. blended into an icy sensation.
Served in sizes ranging from regular to the famous Pancho Villa which comes with a complimentary sombrero and is enough for four. Try traditional lemon, Midori, fruit flavours or one of our house specialties.
We have many. Check your local Taco Bill special board.
Taco Salad. A deep fried flour tortilla basket filled with frijoles, melted cheese and salsa. Your choice of beef, chicken or seafood and topped with fresh lettuce, cucumber, carrot, tomato and a balsamic dressing. Garnished with guacamole and sour cream, served with frijoles and rice. Vegetarian also available.
Taco Bill – It can be Spicy or Not!
Contrary to a common misconception, Mexican food does not have to be spicy. The amount of chilli determines the level of spiciness of the food and, at Taco Bill, we make our food as mild or as spicy as the customer requests. As a general rule, we serve the food subtly spiced and the Taco Team assist our customers in making their menu choice, taking particular note to inform customers if they select a meal that is heavily spiced.
Don’t be misled by people telling you Mexican food is always spicy. Come to Taco Bill, try it for yourself and you’ll discover that when you develop a taste for Mexican food, you, like many of our regular customers, will be telling us that it’s not spicy enough.
Remember, Taco Bill can be SPICY or NOT, depending on what YOU request.
The Taco Bill Dictionary
Tortilla – (tor-tee-yah)
A Mexican bread made from stone ground corn, patted or rolled into an even thickness. Flour tortillas are made from wheat flour.
Taquito – (tar-key-toe)
Means little taco
They are rolled corn tortillas filled with beef or chicken.
Mexican style beans that are served with most meals.
Also referred to as re-fried beans.
Jalapeño – (ha-la-pen-yo)
Imported hot chilli pepper used to ‘spice up’ the food.
Sprinkled over the Nachos to enhance the flavour and taste.
Ensalada – (en-sa-la-dar)
Simply Mexican for salad.
Home-made salsa used as topping on our Nachos Supremos and other dishes.
A blend of ripe avocados, onions and our chilli sauce. Used on our Nachos Supremos and other dishes.