The cafe is dividing foodies with a menu devoted to ‘Tasty Toobs’ – with a 90s snack used to complement burgers and even PASTA dishes
- A cafe has presented its new special menu centered on Tasty Toobs
- The popular 90s snack is the inspiration for a loaded burger, linguine and fries
- But foodies are torn over the restaurant’s use of the now popular snack
Foodies are divided over a hip cafe’s attempt to incorporate Tasty Toobs into their everyday dishes.
XS Espresso, a coffee chain known for pushing the boundaries of food, proudly showcased their new lineup on Instagram.
Meals include pasta with a handful of fries sprinkled on top and a burger with the ’90s snack alongside beef, bacon and gravy.
Foodies are divided over a hip cafe’s attempt to incorporate Tasty Toobs into their everyday dishes – like this beef burger
XS Espresso, a coffee chain known for pushing the boundaries of food, proudly showcased their new lineup on Instagram
“This month’s limited edition range is available,” said the cafe’s message.
“These dishes are too good.”
The lineup includes loaded fries, the beef burger and linguine, but it seems to be dividing coffee fans.
“Let’s go,” one person said, tagging their friends.
‘What is that?’ read the following comment, from a woman who found him less attractive.
“It’s so random, I think we have to try it,” said a third.
Others tagged their friends to set up a date.
“I’m not saying it will be good, but my God, I will try,” laughed one woman.
Her friend immediately tagged her admitting she would be willing to try it.
While others have revealed they ‘LOVE TOOBS’, a cheesy tubular crisp that became popular in the 90s.
Meals that include pasta with a handful of fries sprinkled on top, loaded fries, and a burger
But some people said the iconic snack had “changed” from the glory days when children proudly stacked their fingers with the treats.
‘Too crazy Toobs! Why did you change them? They were soft, crunchy and light to eat… now they are so hard and tough,” an angry woman said.
Others have suggested that the cafe missed the opportunity to invent Toobs nachos.