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Dec

postedbyYousef

Taco Bell has a branch in the newly opened Dubai mall. Since it’s in Dubai, I think the chances of it opening here in Kuwait have increased a bit.

I’m not one of those who love everything that isn’t in Kuwait, like Nandos and wagamama, Everyone wanted them in Kuwait, I didn’t, coz they suck (sue me). But it’s different this time, I really hope Taco Bell opens up a branch here in Kuwait simply coz I’m fed up with all the sandwiches here. Mcdonald’s patties have gone downhill for awhile now and no one seems to mind or even notice! I mean have you tried their cheeseburgers? why are their beef patties so damn dry?! and Hardee’s… The posters they have plastered everywhere showing this big chicken sandwich covered in buffalo sauce…. Turns my stomach up.

I’m rambling. My point is, I think I need my fast food fix from somewhere new and different. Tacos could potentially be it.

Picture from Talal.

 

This entry was posted on Saturday, December 13th, 2008 at 2:22 am

17 Responses to “Taco Bell in Dubai Mall”

  1. TaB TaB AiE says:

    Nando’s is in the Avenues next to Romano’s Macaroni Grill near Johnny Rockets.

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  2. DVLz says:

    Simply said Taco Bell + Little Caesars Pizza = U.S. worst fast food restaurants. They both are cheap and Taco Bell specializes with their $1 menu that’s why you find all the poor people hanging out there. Also be aware that they use laxatives in their meats.

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  3. Ansam says:

    estaghfarallaah I hate Taco Bell :-S
    alla yezeed enni3ma

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  4. Yousef says:

    TaB TaB AiE yeah I know :)

    DVLz Fast food in general is bad for your health.. so why limit the options when it comes to making a bad decision :P

    Ansam :|

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  5. Shamsa says:

    Taco Bell is the same restaurant that they found rats, mice and all forms of rodents in at two branches in the US; one of them in New York. You can find the info on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taco_Bell#Controversies

    I market them well, huh? Not a restuarant I’d like to eat in!

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  6. DVLz says:

    yousef maybe you need to read these comments maybe you’ll figure out what I was trying to say :P

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=taco+bell

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  7. DnDon says:

    I Never Heard About iT, aM GoNNa Try iT When I BacK tO KuwaiT

    ThanKs AnyWay =)

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  8. Yousef says:

    Shamsa I remember the rats incident in Taco Bell. but hey I’ve seen mice and roaches in Kuwait’s Hardee’s and that didn’t make headlines..

    DVLs lmao! :P

    DnDon It’s nOt hEre yEt :P

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  9. Bo Ya3goob says:

    ma7ad taco bell wela hardees o hal kalam el fathy NAIF O BS mo etgoly wala yemkin aw9a5 ma63am shfta eb 7yaty wala kil shy mnna shft 3al 3moom never mind why not opening taco bell in kuwait there will be some fans of that res for sure we are big fans of fast food :P

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  10. Buslaiman says:

    Yakhook tacobel kan fate7 beshwaikh mn zmaan bel tes3enat fer3 wa7d w ma reba7 w sakar.

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  11. Shamsa says:

    Lol Yousef it’s funny that you’d eat at a restaurant you already saw rodents in! You don’t care? :p

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  12. DnDon says:

    nEvEr MinD I HavE PLan tO ViSiT DuBai SoOn =)

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  13. ok go says:

    Tacobell is the epitome of poor quality, cheap, and fast American fast food. Its a pathetic take on mexican food. Instead of dreaming of a Taco Bell opening up in Kuwait why dont we think of real mexican food? How about an authentic tasting mexican restaraunt in Kuwait? Something more refined than Chillis or Tumbleweeds!

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  14. Katuka says:

    Diarrhea Bell

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  15. mm hmm says:

    mmmmmmmmm taco belll!!

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  16. mm hmm says:

    anyone know if they have the chili cheese burrito?

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