The Taco Party Feast is an innovative, value-centric offering being introduced by Taco Bell in India, as it offers consumers the opportunity to relish the brand’s signature menu item – tacos – in a delightfully priced bundle. A perfect feast for a get-together with loved ones, the wholesome bundle comprises three delicious Fiesta Tacos along with two Crunchy Tacos.Read more
On May 4, the half Moon will resemble the shape of a taco and this was made into a fun campaign by well-known Mexican fast-food giant Taco Bell.
We all love fast food but when it's for free, it tastes even better. What if we tell you that you are in for a free Taco treat? We are not kidding. It is the latest global campaign rolled out by the restaurant chain, Taco Bell. On May 4, the moon will be in the crescent phase resembling the shape of a taco.
Fans get a chance to win the newly launched Xbox Series X, Microsoft’s fastest, most powerful console to date.
Taco Bell India, the world's leading Mexican-inspired restaurant brand is all set to present Indian gamers a unique opportunity – the chance to win the newly launched Xbox Series X, Microsoft’s fastest, most powerful console to date.
The food chain has launched a campaign for its new ‘Best of Bell’ menu offering consumers signature items at affordable prices...
Taco Bell, the Mexican-inspired restaurant brand, has announced the launch of its new Best Of Bell menu, which offers Taco Bell’s signature menu items at ‘surprising prices’. The menu is a new value-offering being introduced by the brand in India, with which it aims to ‘Break Food Monotony’ by democratising Mexican cuisine and offering value to its consumers.
Kumar Saurabh, executive director at Burman Hospitality that runs Mexican food chain Taco Bell in India, said while the curfew would impact dine-in customers, delivery orders were expected to be steady and, in fact, grow until the environment stabilised.
“Peak hours for any restaurant is during the lunch and dinner hours. While the evening curfew will have an impact on the restaurant business, we are committed to continuing operations as per government directives across all our restaurants,” said Moksh Chopra, chief marketing officer at KFC India.