Taco Time Canada Survey, Coupons & Menu Deals
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Taco Time has Super and Specialty Burritos, Tacos, Salads, Quesadillas, Kids Meals, Nachos, Mexi-Fries, and Desserts. Each menu item has nutrition facts beside a picture of the item. Super burritos are made with your choice of meat, cheese, lettuce, tomato, and sour cream. Veggie burritos are part of the Specialty category and are made with pinto beans, Mexican rice, cheese, sour cream, lettuce, and salsa fresca. Tacos include your choice of meat, cheese, lettuce, and tomato. Kids can choose from a cheese quesadilla, junior beef burrito, or chicken nuggets. Along with this main item, kids receive an order of Mexi-Fries and a small pop. Desserts include empanadas and crustos.
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Jim Penny opened the first Taco Time store in Alberta in 1978. Now there are 120 franchises throughout Canada. MTY Food Group acquired Taco Time in 2008. Taco Time is built around authentic food and friendly service. Vicente, the voice of Taco Time, moved to Canada from Mexico in 1999. Taco Time is a fast-food chain that holds fast to quality ingredients like fresh tomatoes and original salsa.
To find out which menu items are authentic recipes, you can visit the “Recipes” page, found here. Each recipe lists ingredients, method, and the best substitutes if the main ingredient cannot be found. For the Churros de Plantano recipe, you can use large green bananas, if plantains are not available.
For interesting tidbits about Mexican history and recipes, visit the “Fun Facts” page.
If you’re curious about the nutritional information of your Taco Time meal you can view the PDF document here. The document includes information on calories, protein, carbs, fat, cholesterol and sodium.
Loyalty Card Information
Taco Time does have a loyalty card program for its customers. Because it is part of the MTY group of restaurants, they participate in the MTY rewards program. You can join the program for free by going to this page.
The MTY card is good for the following locations: Taco Time, La Crémière, TCBY, Cultures, Tiki Ming, Sukiyaki, Sushi Shop, Thai Express, Au Vieux Duluth Express, Country Style, Villa Madina, KimChi, Koya Japan, Mrs. Vanellis, O’Burger, Vie & Nam, Tandori, Mr.Souvlaki, Tutti Frutti, Valentine, and MR.SUB.
The MTY card works like many other reward programs you are already a part of. When you make a purchase, make sure your MTY card is scanned. When it is you’ll earn 3.6 MTY points per dollar you spend at the restaurants listed above. Your current MTY points will be displayed on your receipt. Save up your MTY points and you can redeem them on your next purchase. 1200 points equals $2.50, 2400 equals $5, 3600 equals $7.50 and 4800 equals $10.
In addition to earning points, the more you frequent a specific restaurant the greater chance you have to earn a free menu item. Always check your receipt because there might be a free reward waiting for you at the bottom!