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Mexican style restaurant to open in Barnsley

Taco Bell, the world’s largest Mexican-style quick service restaurant chain, is opening its seventh UK outlet in Barnsley tomorrow, Wednesday, September 2.

To celebrate the event the popular chain will be offering free Crunchy Tacos and limited edition t-shirts to the first 100 fans, beginning at 11am.

Following the lead of the two Taco Bell high-street locations in Sheffield, and one in Chelmsford, the Barnsley restaurant’s contemporary design is inspired by its Mexican-style cuisine and the brand’s California-based heritage.

It has an urban fresh look which brings to life the brand’s belief in freshness and made-to-order food which can be seen live from the open kitchen.

It will also offer free Wi-Fi access and charging points for customers enjoying their meals.

The 100-seater restaurant has a great selection on the menu with international classics like Crunchy Taco Supreme, Crunchwrap Supreme and Grilled Stuft Burritos to go along with the refreshing Sol Cerveza – which is currently available only in the UK High Street locations.

Speaking about the launch Ellen Gault, Marketing Manager Taco Bell Europe, said: “The demand for Taco Bell in the UK has never been stronger and we’re  happy to give our fans in Barnsley the best we have to offer right from the start.

“In addition to showcasing our range of great tasting products at affordable prices, launching the open kitchen design, along with open plating and beer is really exciting for us.

“It’s been a work-in-progress for quite some time. The whole team is very proud of this restaurant and we think our fans in Barnsley are really going to love it.”

Arjun Patel,  Taco Bell Barnsley owner, said: “We are delighted to have our northern-most UK store in Barnsley. We can’t wait to open the doors.”

To learn more about Taco Bell UK or the Taco Bell menu go to www.tacobell.co.uk or connect with them at Facebook.com/TacoBellUK at @tacobelluk on Instagram and @tacobelluk on Twitter.

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