Industry News | February 9, 2015

Crispy Shrimp Returns to Del Taco Menu

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Back by popular demand, Del Taco has announced the return of Crispy Shrimp. Now available, golden shrimp is featured in Del Taco’s new Epic Crispy Shrimp Burrito, as well as original Crispy Shrimp Tacos. These limited time items will be offered alongside Del Taco’s original Beer Battered Fish Tacos and new Guacamole Fish Tacos, all made-to-order using high-quality, fresh ingredients.

“Our fans are hooked on our delicious Crispy Shrimp, paired with our fresh ingredients, it’s easy to see why,” says John Cappasola, the company’s executive vice president and chief brand officer. “In years past, our limited time shrimp and fish items have made a huge splash, and we’re thrilled to expand our seafood options this year.”

Del Taco’s Seafood Offerings:

New Epic Crispy Shrimp Burrito:loaded with crispy golden shrimp, fresca lime rice, tangy green sauce, fresh cabbage, Del Taco’s secret sauce, freshly chopped pico de gallo salsa, and creamy guacamole, wrapped in an oversized flour tortilla

New Guacamole Fish Taco: hand-cut Alaskan Pollock fillet in a crispy beer batter, salsa casera, guacamole, fresh cabbage, and cilantro, wrapped in two warm corn tortillas and served with a fresh cut lime wedge

Crispy Shrimp Taco: crispy golden shrimp, fresh cabbage, freshly chopped pico de gallo salsa, and Del Taco’s secret sauce, wrapped in a flour tortilla and served with a fresh cut lime wedge

Beer Battered Fish Taco: hand-cut Alaskan Pollock fillet in a crispy beer batter, fresh cabbage, Del Taco’s secret sauce, and hand-made pico de gallo salsa, wrapped in two warm corn tortillas and served with a fresh cut lime wedge

 

For a limited time, guests can purchase two Crispy Shrimp Tacos for $4.50, as well as two original Beer Battered Fish Tacos or two new Guacamole Fish Tacos for $4.

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