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Taco Bell to open its first restaurant in W.A. at the end of this month

Lovers of Mexican food will surely be shouting ¡estupendo! over the news that global fast food brand Taco Bell will open its first restaurant in Western Australia by the end of this month.

The brand has announced details of its first-ever Perth restaurant in Midland, with doors officially opening at 10:00 am on Wednesday 29th September.

Taco Bell is known for its epic restaurant openings, and Perth guests can expect to be entertained with live music, interactive games, limited-edition merchandise giveaways, plus live graffiti artists, and the chance for one lucky person to win free Taco Bell for an entire year. Also, the very first person in line has the honour of cutting the purple ribbon to mark this milestone moment for Perth.
Since their 2017 arrival down under, Taco Bell has set a new standard for quick service dining in Australia.

Perth diners can expect an impressive fit-out, featuring indoor/outdoor dining, open kitchen, explosive colour pops, custom furniture, an original mural by local artist Handbrake, tech charging stations and free Wi-Fi for fans to stay and play.

All the delicious Mexican-inspired dishes that people have come to know and love will be on the menu such as tacos, burritos and nachos, as well as Taco Bell fan-favourites including the famous Crunchwrap Supreme, Boss Burrito, and Cheesy Double Decker Taco.
Says Marketing Manager Tamika Nelsen: “We are extremely excited to open our first Taco Bell in WA, in what will be a quintessential Perth launch. The announcement of our arrival has already generated an overwhelming response and we look forward to sharing our delicious crave-able menu with our Perth fans very soon.”
Ring that bell and hit me up with some delicious Tex-Mex noms!

Antonino Tati

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