Taco Bell is entering the Chicken Sandwich War with its fast-food rivals by releasing a fried chicken sandwich taco to its menu.

The popular Mexican fast-food chain's new Crispy Chicken Sandwich Taco is following in the footsteps of McDonald’s updated Crispy Chicken Sandwich, Burger King's Hand-Breaded Chicken Sandwich, KFC's “best chicken sandwich ever," Chick-Fil-A's Grilled Spicy Chicken Deluxe Sandwich, and Wendy’s new Jalapeno Popper Chicken Sandwich.

This taco sandwich is described as an all-white piece of chicken that’s marinated in jalapeno buttermilk and then fried with a tortilla chip coating. It’s served in a “puffy bread” that’s shaped like a taco. The meal is topped off with a chipotle sauce, according to CNN's description.

There’s even a spicy version of the Crispy Chicken Sandwich Taco where you can add jalapeno slices to it to kick up the heat.

As of March 11, the taco will only be available in Nashville, Tennessee, and Charlotte, North Carolina, restaurants. It will roll out nationwide later in 2021 on a non-disclosed date. Patrons can expect the menu item to be priced at $2.49.

Some fans of the Southern California-based company have taken to social media to express their interest in the new item, as well as wish that it would bring older menu items back.

Taco Bell has been introducing and re-welcoming a few items back to their menu in 2021 including the Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes and the Potato Soft Taco that’ll be available to order starting March 11 as well. In January, there was also some talk of Beyond Meat items being added to its menu later on in the year.

As for which sandwich (or taco) will come out on top in the Chicken Sandwich War, that is still up in the air.

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