Meat-averse Chicago diners have been chowing down on the Impossible Burger given a attainment to a city final fall. The meatless patty is stoical of plant-based equipment including wheat and potato protein, and it does a rather overwhelming pursuit of imitating an tangible tasty burger.
Now, a second era of “Impossible” food equipment has arrived to Chicago: Tallboy Taco has strictly partnered with Impossible Foods to emanate a Impossible Taco.
The Southwest Impossible Taco comes served in a house-made tough bombard and is surfaced with shredded lettuce, pico de gallo and salsa arbol. The taco is totally vegan, even if it doesn’t ambience like it, and it’s usually accessible during Tallboy for a singular time. The cost is $12 for a span of Impossible Tacos. According to a press release, a tacos are one of a initial non-burger uses of a Impossible Meat product in Chicago.
So, vegans, vegetarians and taco lovers, here’s your possibility to check out an choice taco and see if it lives adult to a “Impossible” hype.
Tallboy Taco, 325 W. Huron St., 312-488-4917
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