Do you want to start a fast food restaurant business by buying King Taco franchise? If YES, here is how much it cost to open a King Taco franchise.

King Taco is a Mexican fast food restaurant chain that is based in Los Angeles, California. The fast food serves soft tacos, burritos, sopes, tamales, nachos, and authentic Mexican drinks such as horchata, and tamarindo. Some locations also serve roasted chicken and sides. King Taco has its headquarters in Los Angeles.

How Much It Cost to Open a King Taco Franchise

There are financial costs attached to acquiring the King Taco franchise, but for now, those costs are not known. The company did not make its franchise disclosure document public. If you want to get to know the cost of opening a King Taco franchise, then you should do well to contact the company. You can call them, send them a mail, or fill out their inquiry form online.

Steps on How to Get the King Taco Franchise

It is very much confirmed that king Taco offers franchise to the public, but the mode of acquiring this franchise was not made public. The only information the company offered was that if you are a motivated, committed, dedicated and disciplined individual, and you wanted a shot at the King Taco franchise, you should mail your resume to Human Resources:

4504 E. 3rd St.

Los Angeles, CA 90022

Or Call 1-800- KING TACO

Or go to their website and fill out the contact form and submit it.

What You Must Know About King Taco

Founded in 1974, King Taco began its operation from a converted ice cream truck. Raul O. Martinez (the founder), his wife and father, parked their truck next to an East Los Angeles bar on a summer night in 1974 and sold $70 worth of tacos that first night they started the business. Soon afterward, the family was selling $150 worth of food products every evening. Six months later after selling out of an old ice cream truck, Martinez opened his first King Taco restaurant.

This Mexican fast food keeps growing steadily and this year, Martinez’s King Taco Restaurants Inc. will post about $10 million in sales. The East Los Angeles Company currently boasts of three taco trucks, including a $100,000, 40-foot trailer; and 10 taco stands and restaurants. Martinez is preparing to expand the chain beyond its East and Central Los Angeles stronghold to the rest of Southern California and the state.

Martinez is a Mexican immigrant who has held jobs as a Mexico City traffic cop and Los Angeles-area dishwasher. He found out his skills at making great tasting tacos and has since then not relented in the cooking business. The entrepreneur believes that not everybody can make taco, and that he is one of the best in the market.

King Taco No. 2 is the crown jewel in the King Taco Empire. The restaurant stays open 22 hours a day, and they serve 50,000 85-cent tacos a week during peak summer months. Industry executives estimate that the restaurant rings up an estimated $4 million in annual sales.

The King Taco operation caught the attention of managers at Boys Markets, which invited the company to open an outlet in its new Lynwood store, a store that would be geared to a primarily Latino clientele. If all goes well, Boys Markets might make room for King Taco outlets in its other supermarkets.

King Taco has a giant central kitchen where batches of meat, rice, beans and salsa (made according to Martinez’s secret recipe) are prepared and trucked out to King Taco franchises. Final preparation and cooking usually takes place at the restaurants themselves. This is done to ensure uniformity of taste.