I thought their food was too spicy the order my husband brought back to hotel was completely different than what he ordered
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This place is a solid notch above the giant Taco Bell chain. Their food is more Tex-Mex and western in flavor and style. It is very popular in the Rocky Mountain region and has a reputation for quality. I still love a good Taco and...More
I wish we had a Taco John's in our town! The ground beef in the tacos is real, not mushy (like others' are), and the hard tacos stay together. A really nice surprise!
My wife and I stopped on our way to Western Wyoming and were not real impressed. We have always liked Taco John's other places but this one did not measure up to the others. The food was so-so and the staff was clowning around in...More
We ordered two dinners - one tacos, one quesadilla. We are not accustomed to Taco John's restaurants - but it looked grubby and the food tasted like bad elementary school cafeteria food. We threw it away and left.
We got there later at night and the cleaning supplies they had used was so strong inside it made me feel sick. Plus they didn't have all the lights on, and the people working the kitchen were screwing around a lot, but the food was...More