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Taco John's is a Mexican fast-food which currently has more than 400 restaurants in 24 states.

Potato Olés is perhaps Taco John's is best known for, and one of its more closely-held trademarked items. Potato Olés are round, bite-sized potato nuggets (much like tater tots) that are deep fried, and then coated with a special blend of spices and seasonings unique to the company.

Last weekend I ordered the Super Potato Olés. It is smothered with nacho cheese sauce. It is topped with onions, peppers, fresh tomatoes and shredded cheddar cheese.

Since Taco John's is just a walking distance from the office and if ever I crave for something to eat on late evenings, it is very accessible. It is not comparable to Philippine's Jollibee. Why? Because in Taco John's, the drinks are bottomless. Fill when you can.

Although the prices are five times higher than Jollibee's value meals and the fact that the name sounds so Mexican (although I think the food has adapted to the American tastes), it is worth tasting and coming back.



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