A look inside the new Taco Bell store in SYDNEY

A look inside the VERY modern new Aussie Taco Bell store – complete with a music booth, a menu filled with its famous burritos and free drink refills

  • US fast food chain Taco Bell is set to open its first restaurant in central Sydney 
  • Opening day of the Green Store store is on May 4, just in time for Taco Tuesday
  • Customers can now enjoy global favourites like the Crunchy Taco Supreme 
  • Restaurant has offered a sneak peek into its latest store to hit Australian shores

US fast food chain Taco Bell is set to open its first restaurant in central Sydney – complete with a music booth, a Mexican-inspired menu and free drink refills.

Diners will be treated to a Taco Tuesday like no other at the opening day of the Green Store store, just four kilometres south of Sydney’s CBD, on May 4.

Famous for its bargain yet delicious Mexican-inspired foods, customers can enjoy global favourites like the Crunchwrap Supreme, Cheesy Gordita Crunch, Grilled Stuft Burrito and Crunchy Taco Supreme. 

The restaurant has offered a sneak peek into its latest store to hit Australian shores.

US fast food chain Taco Bell is set to open its first restaurant in central Sydney – complete with a music booth, a Mexican-inspired menu and free drink refills

Famous for its bargain yet delicious Mexican-inspired foods, customers can enjoy global favourites like the Crunchwrap Supreme, Cheesy Gordita Crunch, Grilled Stuft Burrito and Crunchy Taco Supreme

Famous for its bargain yet delicious Mexican-inspired foods, customers can enjoy global favourites like the Crunchwrap Supreme, Cheesy Gordita Crunch, Grilled Stuft Burrito and Crunchy Taco Supreme

The store, which sits directly above Green Square train station, features an open kitchen so customers can see their orders being freshly prepared to order.

For entertainment, customers can access the self-serve music kiosk to curate their own tunes to enjoy whiling dining.

Other features include free WiFi, USB charging stations and kiosk ordering screens.

The store opening will offer fans a fun-filled day featuring giveaways of merchandise including oversized taco hats and fire sauce themed socks.

Diners will be treated to a Taco Tuesday like no other at the opening day of the Green Store store, just above Green Square train station, on May 4

Diners will be treated to a Taco Tuesday like no other at the opening day of the Green Store store, just above Green Square train station, on May 4

Other features include free WiFi, USB charging stations and kiosk ordering screens

Other features include free WiFi, USB charging stations and kiosk ordering screens

Being the first inner Sydney location, the opening day crowd is expected to smash all records for New South Wales. 

Taco Bell will have five NSW stores once Green Square opens, bringing the country’s total to 21 stores.

The most recent restaurant opening in Ballina in the Northern Rivers region of NSW, attracted more than 1,000 patrons on opening day. 

Due to the success of the NSW stores to date, expansion plans are on course with the next restaurant to open in Tamworth later this year. 

Famous for its bargain yet delicious Mexican-inspired foods, customers can enjoy global favourites like the Crunchwrap Supreme, Cheesy Gordita Crunch, Grilled Stuft Burrito and Crunchy Taco Supreme

Famous for its bargain yet delicious Mexican-inspired foods, customers can enjoy global favourites like the Crunchwrap Supreme, Cheesy Gordita Crunch, Grilled Stuft Burrito and Crunchy Taco Supreme

The restaurant features an open kitchen (left) so customers can see their orders being freshly prepared to order

The restaurant features an open kitchen (left) so customers can see their orders being freshly prepared to order

Taco Bell opened its first store in California in 1962 and now has 7,000 sites across the US and serves 2billion customers worldwide.

It opened a branch in Sydney in the early 1980s and in 1997 but withdrew both times.

The restaurant chain returned to Australia in 2017, opening it’s first store in Brisbane’s Annerley, before unveiling five more stores around Queensland.

Taco Bell has since expanded across NSW and Victoria. 

In NSW alone, the brand has served more than 580,000 customers. No surprises the most popular menu item is tacos, with over 617,000 devoured across the state at locations in Blacktown, Jesmond, Albion Park and Ballina.

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 latest restaurants opening up in Australia will be the brand’s third attempt to hit the market Down Under.

The chain first opened a branch in Australia in the early 1980s but was forced to shut following a trademark dispute against an existing Sydney restaurant called Taco Bell’s Casa.

The American franchise tried again by opening a store in Sydney’s CBD in the late 1990s – but by 2005 Taco Bell pulled out of the Australian market again.

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