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Taco Bell is opening tomorrow in Chatham Dockside

By Rachel Dixon

In less than 24 hours Taco Bell will be coming to Kent.

The takeaway will open in Chatham Dockside at 11am tomorrow.

If you are one of the Mexican's mega - fans, get to the store in The Quays, Dock Head Road, Chatham, early and you'll get a free t-shirt.

A set menu for two at Taco Bell which is opening in the Dockside Chatham (10299832)
A set menu for two at Taco Bell which is opening in the Dockside Chatham (10299832)

Then you can show the whole of Medway your love for tacos with the restaurant's iconic logo emblazoned on a top.

Diners can enjoy treats, from burritos, tacos and quesadillas, with plenty vegetarian options.

Chatham will be home to the 40th Taco Bell restaurant to open in the UK.

Taco Bell services a range of Mexican foods to eat in and takeaway (10299834)
Taco Bell services a range of Mexican foods to eat in and takeaway (10299834)

For those looking to burrito on a budget the store is also introducing Taco Tuesday to the menu – a taco and a beer or soft drink for only £2 on Tuesdays.

Marketing lead of Taco Bell UK, Lucy Dee, said: “We’re really pleased to be opening a Taco Bell in Chatham – it’s a place we’ve had our eye on for a while.

A set menu for two at Taco Bell which is opening in the Dockside Chatham (10299832)
A set menu for two at Taco Bell which is opening in the Dockside Chatham (10299832)

"The Quays has a high footfall of those looking for entertainment and of course a bite to eat, providing us with the perfect spot to expand our portfolio in the area.

"We look forward to welcoming even more Taco Bell fans and first-timers through our doors.

"To kick off the celebrations in style, we’re giving away a free Taco Bell t-shirt to the first 100 customers through our doors.”

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