It has been a little over a month since Taco Bell’s launch in Romania and the fans’ response has been wonderful. The news about a second Taco Bell restaurant was announced at the October opening in Baneasa Shopping City, with the promise of opening in November. Today, Sphera Franchise Group S.A, the largest restaurant group in the full-service restaurant sector in Romania, is happy to announce that Taco Bell Mega Mall will be opening on November 30th, just in time for the holiday season.


Taco Bell, the world’s largest Mexican-inspired restaurant brand, is part of the Yum! Brands portfolio  alongside KFC and Pizza Hut, and has just rounded the global trio in Romania, under Sphera Franchise Group. The brand has made a resounding local debut, with fans constantly showing up in great numbers at Baneasa Shopping City since day 1, to enjoy a delicious meal with friends and family. Mega Mall was first announced as the upcoming Taco Bell location on the brand’s local Facebook page in late October and questions about the date kept pouring. With two weeks remaining until the opening, the team is setting up the final details of the restaurant’s kickoff.


Taco Bell is currently searching for members to complete the Mega Mall crew. The brand’s belief is that the right job is supposed to be fun, passion-driven and yet another reason to enjoy life. This is exactly what Taco Bell is offering: a fresh and fun working environment, with open-minded and friendly co-workers and customers, flexible working hours, meal tickets, constant trainings, as well as Christmas and Easter bonuses. Those who want to join the team can send their CV at or apply directly atăfimcolegi.


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Sphera Franchise Group S.A. is the largest holding company in the food service industry in Romania that operates brands in masterfranchise system KFC, Pizza Hut, Pizza Hut Delivery and Taco Bell.

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