Does anyone actually go inside this type of place? If so, you'll find a recently remodeled interior. Mostly clean, with a modern colorful look. There are big windows, which keep the dinning area well lit, which could be a plus or a minus. The booths are awfully tight for the horizontally gifted.
About as cheap as you'll get for prepared food. The Taco Bell side has a value menu with several items at 89 cents, and incredibly, a few $2 meal deals. If fried chicken is more your forté, the KFC part of the menu also has a value menu starting at 99 cents going up to $2. Whatever you order, you'll most likely get more food then you can eat for $5 to $8 (and if you can eat more, you'll leave not respecting yourself).
As noted above, there is a lot to choose from here. There is of course the legendary fried chicken with the closely guarded blend of 11 herbs and spices. And all the classic crack cocaine addictive sides such as potato wedges, mash potatoes and gravy, green beans and biscuits. Also snack wraps, snacker sandwiches, popcorn chicken, and hot wings. Anything that can be wrapped in a burrito is also for sale, although this gluten's preference for Mexican leans towards Taco Johns. The Taco Bell side also has the Big Value Box ($5 box, it rocks), the tasty new chicken flatbread sandwich, and a Hungry favorite, the spicy volcano taco/burrito/nachos.
KFC Taco Bell
3007 S Center St, Marshalltown, IA 50158-4713