Get ready Australia! Taco Bell will open a store in SYDNEY – just a few days after the announcement of a new outlet in Melbourne
- Taco Bell launches two new restaurants in New South Wales
- They are launched in both West Sydney and Newcastle
- It comes just a week after the fast food giant has announced a store in Melbourne
- The American franchise has been expanded in Australia, with five stores that have already been rolled out
- Announced that it will open more than 50 stores throughout Australia within three years
The American fast food chain Taco Bell has announced the launch of a store in both Sydney and Newcastle – just a week after the news about an upcoming outlet in Melbourne stormed the social media.
The franchise confirmed the news on September 11 with a photo of the M7 highway sign in New South Wales.
& # 39; Nothing like a road trip … Next stop … New South Wales! We can't wait to ring the bell in West Sydney AND Newcastle. Keep watching. & # 39;
The Mexican fast food chain Taco Bell has announced that they will open their first restaurant ever in Melbourne
Although the date and location have yet to be confirmed, the American franchise revealed that they are on their way to the interior of the city
The date and location of the launch in Melbourne have yet to be revealed, although they indicated that it would be in the interior of the city.
& # 39; And we have arrived in … Melbourne with our terribly Mexican-inspired menu! Still looking for living arrangements, but keep an eye on it, as you'll soon call us Melburnians, & Taco Bell said.
What is Taco Bell?
Taco Bell opened its first store in California in 1962 and now has more than 7,000 stores worldwide.
The Mexican fast food chain is famous for its bargain burritos, quesadillas and nachos.
The newest restaurants in Australia are the brand's third attempt to market Down Under.
The chain first opened a branch in Australia in the early 1980s, but was forced to close after a trademark dispute against an existing restaurant in Sydney called Taco Bell & # 39; s Casa.
The American franchise tried again by opening a store in Sydney's CBD in the late 1990s – but by 2005, Taco Bell withdrew from the Australian market.
The delicious menu includes popular items such as the Crunchwrap Supreme and Cheesy Gordita Crunch, as well as frozen Margaritas and craft beers.
The franchise promises to serve quickly, with its & # 39; epic fit-outs & # 39 ;, open kitchens, custom music playlists, free Wi-Fi and regular live music sessions.
The announcement comes after the iconic burritos & # 39; s, quesadilla & # 39; s and nacho & # 39; s proved successful in their first Australian store in Annerley in Brisbane, which opened in November 2017.
Since then, Taco Bell has opened five stores in Queensland, including Cleveland, North Lakes, Robina and Southport.
The Down Under expansion comes just a few months after franchisee Collins Foods, with Australian rights to Taco Bell and KFC, has confirmed that the chain will open more than 50 stores across the country in the next three years.
& # 39; We have seen tremendous enthusiasm for the Taco Bell brand in Australia, and this is reflected in the continued strong performance of our Annerley restaurant & # 39 ;, said Grains Maxwell, Managing Director of Collins Foods.
The menu includes popular items such as the Crunchwrap Supreme and Cheesy Gordita Crunch, as well as frozen Margaritas and craft beers
The delightful announcement comes after the iconic burritos, quesadillas, and nachos have proved successful in their first Australian store in Annerley in Brisbane
& # 39; We believe in the significant growth potential of Taco Bell and are pleased with Yum's strong confidence! Brands to grow Taco Bell's presence in Queensland and to other markets. & # 39;
Restaurant Brands, which currently owns and operates 36 Taco Bell stores in Guam and Hawaii, also has the right of first offering to set up new Taco Bell restaurants in Australia and New Zealand.
& # 39; Bringing the Taco Bell brand to this part of the world is in line with our strategy to focus on top 1 global brands in markets we understand, & # 39; said Russel Creedy, CEO of the Restaurant Brands group.
Restaurant Brands also has franchises for Pizza Hut, KFC and Starbucks throughout Australia and New Zealand.
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