We tested three different taco restaurants in Fairfield County, each with different prices, to determine which taco was most worth it. Our three stops were Bartaco, Qdoba and Geronimo.
Chicken Tacos: $2.50 per taco.
Alex: I thought the tacos were really fresh with many ingredients which added a lot to the overall flavor. The seasoning on the chicken was also perfectly spiced.
Elliot: The tacos at Bartaco tasted very flavorful and simple, as we only got chicken and cilantro. A disadvantage to Bartaco was that there was a wait, and the size of the tacos were very small, so three or four would be needed for a fulfilling meal.
Two timer: $3.50 per taco. Pulled pork, salsa roja, shredded cheese, lettuce, pico de gallo and cotija cheese all in a crispy taco that’s wrapped in a flour tortilla.
Alex: I really enjoyed the amount of ingredients they put into each taco and especially the size of each taco, as they were much bigger than the ones at Bartaco.
Elliot: I thought these tacos had much more going on. The flavor from Bartaco came from the spices on the meat, but at Qdoba, the different ingredients made the difference. The tacos were also incredibly creative.