Like the rest of the new, limited-time Loaded Grillers, it's offered at 99 cents a pop.
The Loaded Potato Griller was pressed just long enough to develop a thin crispy shell over the soft, warm flour tortilla. It was folded a bit wider than the Spicy Buffalo Chicken Griller I tried.
The potatoes here are the same, seasoned, battered and deep-fried ones you find in Taco Bell's Crispy Potato Soft Taco. The seasoned flavor is nice if a bit heavy on the salt. The pieces didn't quite stay crispy inside the grilled burrito, although there was an occasional piece here and there that delivered a small bit of a crunch.
The cheese and bacon added a bit of flavor without being too excessive. The bacon particularly added a nice smokiness, but wasn't crunchy. The overall result reminds me of a breakfast burrito without the scrambled egg.
The sour cream ended up clumped in one half of the burrito, which wasn't so nice. It added a bit too much creaminess in one half and none in the other.
Except for some miscues in the execution, I thought that Taco Bell's Loaded Potato Griller was reasonably good, but maybe more fitting for breakfast or when you feel like having breakfast.
Nutritional Info - Taco Bell Loaded Potato Griller (177g)
Calories - 470 (from Fat - 200)
Fat - 22g (Saturated Fat - 6g)
Sodium - 1120mg
Carbs - 55g (Sugar - 5g)
Protein - 13g