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Since we're on the subject of fast food in this section of the forum (I didn't want to hog up the sonic thread). Have you ever been to Taco House in St. Paul? It's owned by Boca Chica, which is right across the street.

Their fried flour tacos are good for the whole family! They also have some pretty decent salsa to boot!

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There was on on White Bear and Larpenter. Horrible food IMO. I would rather go home and spread cat or dog food on a tortilla shell, then wrap that around a hard taco filled with something unknown. It was single handedly the worst food I've had.

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Ha, yea it was a little harsh. I just can't stand that place sorry. As Trimph would say, it's a nice place.............for me to poooooop on!!!!

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Ha, yea it was a little harsh. I just can't stand that place sorry. As Trimph would say, it's a nice place.............for me to poooooop on!!!!

Anyone know how to clean Mountain Dew off a monitor. LOL Now that's funny right there. laugh

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the taco house on white bear ave which was formerly a burger

king has been closed up for a few months. but have to agree

with the food was terrible! the original one in south st. paul

i think... is real good from what i hear.

randy

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I've never eaten at the one on White Bear Ave, just the one off of Wabasha. Maybe that's why that one closed.

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I've never eaten at the one on White Bear Ave, just the one off of Wabasha. Maybe that's why that one closed.

It was the one on White Bear I ate at, maybe that's my problem. Don't know that I can try to stomach another try though.

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it it looks like ______, feels like _________, and smells like _________, then it's ___________. why remind yourself of it?

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One mans trash is another mans treasure.

I Love the wabasha Taco house! I can eat myself to the hospital there. I did eat at the white bear location once, and it was not good enough to go back IMO.

Plane old chicken tacos from wabasha are delicious, ask my wife she eats about 5 every time!

Disclaimer*

Delicious is not to be confused with healthy.

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I usually get a fried flour taco, beef, bean & cheese burrito and flautas. I think they put glue in those burritos.

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I think they put glue in those burritos.

Well what do you think they use the hooves for when they are done grinding up the rest of the taco meat? shockedcrazysicklaugh

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