Other than a little alliteration and the playful sounding name of the restaurant, I have no idea what it means to tink a tako or taco as the inference would direct, or how one would go about doing it.
I did get a crispy "tako" with my lunch, but it didn't tink, nor did I. I figured if there was going to be any tinking going on, it surely would have happened by the time I finished the average plate of beef and cheese enchiladas with rice and beans that I ordered. I had not been to any of the Tink-a-Taco locations in quite a while, but it was pretty much as I remembered; inexpensive and very average. The flour tortillas were very good though, but I knew those would be tinkless.
I felt like asking the table full of San Antonio's finest sitting at the table next to us as they would surely know if there had been any calls at this location for tinking. Then, a call came in loudly on the police radios as we were sitting there and I hoped that dispatch was hungry and going to place an order for a couple dozen "tinkers" for the office. No such luck.
All I can figure is it must have gotten too expensive to produce quality tacos that tink. It's a shame now that they no longer come that way. I bet if the cook has been there for a while, he could still prepare those "tinkers" from scratch. You tink?
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