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Taco Bell, the newest addition to Sri Lanka’s bustling international cuisine scene, is currently the hottest topic amongst Colombo’s 04ardent foodies, giving everyone something to taco ‘bout. 

Originally founded in America, Taco Bell is one of the most popular and leading Mexican-inspired quick-service restaurant chains in the United States, and it has now opened its doors in Sri Lanka. ‘Tacology’ comprises all the different types of food that one can expect to indulge in at Taco Bell. In Colombo, the chain has a broad menu of tasty dishes ranging from tacos, to chalupas, burritos, quesadillas and nachos along with a medley of other desserts and beverages for food lovers to enjoy. 

Taco-Bell’s signature dishes are sure to add a fun twist to your daily dining routine, by enabling you to explore an exciting new fusion of flavours and textures.

Soft Taco (Taa –ko): A traditional wheat flour tortilla that enfolds the hot and cold variant of your choice, layered with lettuce and a cheesy blend of cheddar and mozzarella.

Crunchy Taco: A crunchy twist to your favourite taco. This crunchy corn shell is packed with your favourite meat filling, iceberg lettuce and sprinkled with an amazing two blend cheese, providing another dimension of texture with every crunchy bite.

Cheesy Double Decker Taco: This is a go-to dish for cheese lovers. A warmed tortilla spread with pinto beans and creamy cheese sauce, wrapped around a crunchy taco shell filled with fajita chicken, crispy shredded lettuce and signature sauces. 

Chalupa: (Cha-loo-pa) This dish has a flaky shell overflowing with hot and cold fillings all at the same time, combined with our signature sauces and the perfect blend of mozzarella and cheddar cheese sprinkled on top.

Burrito: (Buh-ree-toh) A warm and soft tortilla roll that’s filled and grilled with a variety of elements, always with your choice of non-veg or veg filling, zesty salsa, and the signature sauce that brings out the moist succulent flavours of this delicious all-time favourite.

Quesadilla: (Kay-sah-dee-yah) This soft tortilla is filled, steamed and grilled with smooth melted cheese- a perfect treat and snack for any occasion. You have the option of adding your choice of meat and tweaking the dish to suit your personal preferences. 

Rice Bowl: Taco Bell’s hearty multi-layered Rice Bowl is a fun and tasty dish that is filled with your favorite variants and served with zesty salsa.

Naked Burrito: Your taste buds will go crazy for the Naked Burrito, which is filled with spicy rice, sliced jalapenos, chipotle sauce and salsa,  which is then topped with crispy lettuce and sour cream. 

Nachos: (Naa-chose) An all-time favourite, Nachos are crunchy corn chips covered with your favourite toppings. These are full of flavour and different textures, and are ideal for quick dinners and parties. 

Chocolate Caramel Tostadas with Ice-Cream: Indulge in this decadent sweet treat, which                                                                                                                                    Chocodilla: This soft tortilla is generously stuffed with chocolate chips and then grilled, this oozy delight is what a choco-holics dreams are made of 

If you’re looking for a quirky and upbeat spot for dinner with your family, or a place to hang out with your friends and enjoy great Mexican inspired food, make sure to visit Taco Bell (located on No. 36, Horton Place, Colombo 7). Taco Bell is a subsidiary of Yum! Brands Inc, based in Louisville, Kentucky. Yum! Has over 43,500 restaurants in more than 135 countries. Taco Bell was brought to Sri Lanka by Gamma Pizzakraft Lanka Ltd. which has been a pioneer in the Sri Lankan food industry and has the franchisee rights for Pizza Hut, Delifrance and Taco Bell in Sri Lanka.


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