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Vendor: Treats at Baker St Location: Baker St Tube, London, United Kingdom Wednesday, July 04 2007 21:07
Containing: Malted grain bread, taco roja mayo, red peppers, cheddar, red leicester, kidney beans, red onions
Review by veg: This is NOT a taco. It's a brown bread sandwich. I can only imagine that the name was the result of some confusion at Treats. Having said that, it's probably one of the best sandwiches I've tasted in quite a while, and it definitely has a Mexican feel. It was packed and all of the ingredients were fresh, tasty and complimented each other perfectly. The "taco roja" mayo provided a much needed tang, and the red peppers a burst of freshness. The dreaded "malted bread" didn't have the typical sugary mulch aftertaste either, instead it was a solid and tasty container for the bountiful ingredients. There was a slight amount of front loading, but it could easily have been accidental, and the sheer amount of filling made up for it.
It's a winner!