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Yum! Restaurants ropes in Burman Hospitality for Taco Bell’s North India expansion

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Mexican cuisine QSR chain is set to expand into New Delhi through a tie-up with , its first franchise partner in India.

Taco Bell, along with Burman Hospitality, plans to take the outlet count to 25 restaurants in the next 18-24 months, a press statement said.

Taco Bell and Pizza Hut GM Unnat Varma said that as part of its expansion strategy along with Burman Hospitality, Taco Bell would set up outlets in Punjab, Chandigarh and Uttarakhand, besides Delhi.

Burman Hospitality director said in the same statement: “We look forward to making Taco Bell the most successful QSR brand in the country.”Taco Bell, which has six restaurants in Bangalore and Mumbai, is to open in New Delhi’s Ambience Mall at later this month.

“We are delighted and honoured to work with Yum. The Burman family over the last 20 years has partnered with many leading Fortune 500 companies globally to bring their businesses to India,” Gaurav Burman said.

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