- Taco Bell which serves Mexican food is set to make a comeback to Australia
- The new store will be set in Annerly, a suburb in Brisbane in the near future
- The American food chain is being operated by Collins Foods Limited in Australia
American fast-food chain Taco Bell is set to grace the Australian market once again after failing twice before.
A new Taco Bell store is expected to be set up at Annerley, a suburb in Brisbane, Queensland in the near future.
The new chain will replaced the site where Sizzler, another American food chain was operating from before, News Corps reports.
Taco Bell which serves Mexican food is set to make a comeback to Australia (stock image)
Reports of the restaurant returning down under was further backed by a flyer going around looking for staff to work at the new restaurant, the publication reports.
The Mexican eatery was last in the Australian market in 12 years ago.
The chain’s first foray into Australia was in the 80s but they pulled out after it was ordered to change its name, as it sounded similar to another Sydney eatery known as Taco Bell’s Casa.
It returned in 1997 operating from Sydney’s George Street but left in 2005, the publication reports without citing the reasons.
Pundits believe Taco Bell entry into the Australian market was to capitalise on the thriving Mexican food scene which has been growing rapidly in recent years.
Taco Bell which serves food such as burritos and nachos will be operated by Collins Foods Limited in Australia.
Taco Bell which serves food such as burritos and nachos will be operated by Collins Foods Limited in Australia (stock image)