Taco Bell Malaysia officially opens


By Farah Adilla - April 8, 2021 @ 12:31pm

KUALA LUMPUR: Taco Bell, the world's largest Mexican-inspired American fast-food brand, officially opened its doors for the first time in Malaysia on April 2 in Cyberjaya.

The official opening of the Taco Bell restaurant was graced by Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) chief executive officer Surina Shukri and accompanied by Taco Bell Malaysia franchise operator Harris Beh.

The restaurant truly captures Taco Bell's 'Live Más' brand philosophy which translates to 'Live More,' as in more fervently and authentically, giving customers a truly unique dining experience accompanied by great food.

It said recognizing Malaysians' passionate love of food, Taco Bell Malaysia introduces the spirit of 'Live Kaw Kaw' – a colloquial expression that encourages Malaysians to make every day extraordinary through a truly unique dining experience.



"Malaysians will absolutely take to Taco Bell – a fantastic Mexican-inspired cuisine that is not only uniquely tasty, scrumptious, but also very balanced. The menu is easily customisable to fit anyone's preferences and lifestyle.

"We plan to roll out Taco Bell to the urban areas across Malaysia so many more food lovers will be able to enjoy this exciting cuisine. They will have the choice of dining in or ordering take away, whereas delivery will be available in the near future," said Beh.

Taco Bell said open daily from 10.00am to 11.00pm for dine-in and takeaway, the restaurant has a seating capacity of 50, adhering to strict health protocols.

"Taco Bell is committed to maintaining its stringent global standard health and hygiene procedures, which include implementing a contactless dining experience for our customers and employees.

"We have implemented socially-distanced seating, we sanitise all high-contact surfaces in the restaurant every 30 minutes, all our staff members wear gloves and masks, temperature checks are required for entering the restaurant, and hand sanitisers are placed in convenient locations in the dining areas for our customers," it said.