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Taco Bell to open a restaurant in Openville Timisoara mixed-use project

The world's largest fast food chain serving Mexican-inspired foods is coming to Timisoara. Taco Bell will open its first location in the west of Romania in the United Business Center 1 class office building within the Openville Timisoara mixed-use project.

2018-12-05 13:08:02

The restaurant will be located on the ground floor of the building and will span on approximately 210 square meters. Openville is currently under construction and integrates the current Iulius Mall Timisoara. The project will introduce other retail concepts, as well as new leisure destinations into the region.

The Taco Bell brand was established in 1962 in California, USA, and is recognized for its Mexican-inspired foods, such as taco, burrito, crunchwrap, nachos, churros and others.

The Taco Bell international chain has over 7,000 restaurants in more than 135 countries, serving over two billion customers each year. The brand entered the Romanian market in 2017 and has three restaurants in Bucharest.

The Openville Timisoara mixed-use project is currently pending construction and will be the largest mixed-use project in the west of Romania. The project will complete the retail offer of Iulius Mall with 47,000 sqm of additional premises, thus adding up to a leasable area of 118,000 sqm.



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