Taco Bell launches its 9th restaurant in India

The new outlet offers the customers with an option of customising their dishes according to taste and preferences. customers can also opt for different kind of heat-levels for processing their orders.
  • Franchise India Team Editor
Restaurant India

One of the world’s leading Mexican-style fast food chains, Taco Bell has launched its new restaurant at Epicuria Nehru Place; this is marked as brands 9th eatery in the country. Apart from its signature dishes, the brand will also be serving beverages and cocktails in its new launched eating joint. They all will be served on the backdrop of foot tapping music.

The new outlet offers the customers with an option of customising their dishes according to taste and preferences. Other than choosing the fillings, customers can also opt for different kind of heat-levels for processing their orders. The menu items, now served in open plating, including some signature dishes such as Crunchy Tacos Supreme, Burritos, and Chalupas, as well as the Tikka Masala Burrito developed especially for India.

Commenting on the launch Ankush Tuli, Managing Director, Taco Bell India said “We are delighted to bring the all new Taco Bell to India, with its unique positioning of Mexican-inspired food experiences at unbelievable value. We invite Delhi to come and experience our restaurant at Nehru Place Epicuria that expresses the brand like never before. Our freshly prepared food that you can now customize, alcoholic beverages with a twist and exciting décor makes for a fun place to hang out.”

Echoing the voice, Gaurav Burman, Director, Burman Hospitality Private Limited said“ I would like to congratulate the team at Burman Hospitality and Yum, for delivering, what is in my humble opinion one of the most exciting and innovative restaurants launched in India. The new format of Taco Bell, premiered at Epicura, delivers phenomenal food, great drinks, an edgy environment, all, at an extremely affordable, and accessible price. We look forward to customers’ feedback, and rolling this format out across India in the short term.”