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Taco Bell to launch first Scotland site this December

It marks Taco Bell’s first incursion into Scotland following the success of 18 stores across England.

The new restaurant will feature popular eats in Taco Bell restaurants all over the world, include the Crunchwrap Supreme, quesadilla, tacos and burritos alongside beer and soft drink options.

Taco Bell’s general manager Nick Dawson said, “We are thrilled to be working with The Adil Group on this exciting expansion into Scotland. We’ve seen such passion for Taco Bell in the UK, and are delighted to be able to offer our craveable eats to Scottish consumers. Glasgow is the perfect place to start our march north and we look forward to welcoming Glaswegians through our doors to experience delicious Mexican-inspired food.”

Taco Bell is continuing its Live Más march across the UK, working with The Adil Group to open its first ever restaurant in Scotland.

Adil Group’s CEO Raja Adil said, “We are incredibly excited to open the first Taco Bell in Scotland and are dedicated to helping foster the community. We have big plans for expansion all across the country, hoping to increase the number of Taco Bell stores in Scotland to double-digit figures over the next five years”.

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