If I recall correctly there are half a dozen or more in Germany, albeit possibly not accessible to German citizens since they are affiliated with American army bases.
Breda isn’t too far from here, but it’s a once or twice a year if we happen to be in or near Breda central around dinner time kind of thing.
Also what’s excellent, or perhaps just a sign of the times, is that various hidden menu items like cheese quesadillas and black beans instead of meat are well advertised options in the Netherlands.
I never understood why Americans often like to disparage Taco Bell. Sure, it’s fast food Tex-Mex and plenty of their menu items are somewhat questionable, but if you choose well you can eat rather significantly better than at a place like McDonald’s or Burger King for much less money.
The biggest problem they had in the US compared to the Netherlands, at least a decade ago, is that what I consider their best menu items were hidden. Cheese quesadilla, refried beans quesadilla, bean burrito, various other menu items with black beans instead of meh beef or chicken (but no worse than the at least as meh beef or chicken at McDonald’s!).
That being said, I’ve eaten at half a dozen or so US Taco Bells and my wife’s favorite was clearly significantly better for some reason, so a lot of your perception depends on the franchise holder.
What I also thought was really interesting was that the employees at the Breda Taco Bell seemed really happy. Not in that fake American way, but in the genuine Dutch way. I think I’ve never seen happy McDonald’s employees.
A menu item unique to the Netherlands is “Mexican fries.” They’re quite good.