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The UK’s largest fast-casual Mexican restaurant brand solidifies relationship with delivery partner.
Tortilla, the UK’s largest fast-casual Mexican restaurant brand, will open the doors of its 46th store, located in Windsor, on Friday 6th August with a free lunch for locals.
Fast-casual burrito brand Tortilla is opening a site in Chessington World of Adventures Resort,
through a partnership with Merlin Entertainments.
Californian-Mexican eatery Tortilla opens its doors to Exeter next month, ready for a summer filled
with burritos, tacos and freedom!
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With employment in hospitality at an all-time low, fast-casual restaurant group Tortilla has offered
50 new placements as part of the Government’s Kickstart Scheme.
Fast casual restaurant group Tortilla has appointed a Commercial Director and several other senior leaders, to take the business forward.
Real California burrito and taco joint Tortilla has launched two new offers to carry on the success of Eat Out to Help Out.
Every Monday in September, burrito lovers can get two burritos for the price of one, while taco fans can visit on a Thursday to enjoy tacos at just £1 a pop. Both offers are available after 5pm for dine-in customers only.
The UK and Europe’s largest fast-casual Mexican eatery Tortilla has signed a development agreement with global food travel experts SSP Group Plc. The agreement will see Tortilla open its 43rd UK restaurant in London’s Euston Station.
New vegan jackfruit and a rainbow restaurant opening in Soho are the latest additions to Mexican restaurant group Tortilla‘s growing portfolio.
Rich, juicy and 100% vegan-friendly, Tortilla’s new Jackfruit packs a punch – and arrives at the perfect time.
The UK and Europe’s largest fast-casual Mexican restaurant group Tortilla is set to open four new restaurants across the UK this summer.
Openings on Wardour St in Soho London, Cabot Circus in Bristol, Cornmarket in Oxford, and Market Square in Cambridge, bring the group’s total estate to 49 restaurants. These follow three recent openings in Southwark London and Marina Mall and Mall of the Emirates in Dubai.
Internal promotions are up 15% following the launch of fast-casual restaurant group Tortilla’s Apprenticeship Programme.
Inspired by the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy in 2017, Tortilla developed a bespoke apprenticeship programme that upskills existing employees to enter senior leadership positions.
Move over steak and ale pies, beer-infused beef burritos are where it’s at.
This May, Tortilla’s teaming up with beer pioneers Brooklyn Brewery to launch their new Brooklyn Barbacoa; a mouth-watering infusion of Brooklyn Lager and tender beef brisket, marinated and slow-cooked for 24 hours and served atop burritos and tacos galore for a limited time.
Record sales and design innovations have seen fast-casual restaurant group Tortilla Mexican Grill nominated for two MCA Retailers’ Retailer Awards for Best Concept and The Evolution Award.
Managing Director Richard Morris says the nominations are a tribute to Tortilla’s unrelenting growth over the past two years.
Tortilla, the award winning London chain specialising in California-style Mexican food launched its first outlet in the UAE on 31 August 2016 with their regional franchise partners, Eathos, the group behind popular F&B brands such as Sushi Art, Rita’s and Kababji.
Tortilla first opened its doors to the public in Islington, London in 2007 and after the successful expansion across the UK, is now set to bring a taste of California to Middle Eastern audiences, in Dubai’s Festival City.
Jason Salt, former Regional Director of KFC in the UK has been appointed by Tortilla as Operations Director, to help maintain operational excellence within the business and manage growth of the brand.
Harrow – the original stomping grounds of infamous fashion icon Vivienne Westwood, the birthplace of pop singer Peter Andre, and from Saturday 7th April, Tortilla – the well known and loved Californian burrito and taco restaurant.
Harrow residents will now be able to get their hands on the UK’s best burritos with the new open plan store launching in St Georges Shopping Centre, Harrow, under its impressive glass dome roof with space for over 50 burrito lovers to enjoy the menu.
Tortilla opened the doors to their 33rd restaurant in Kingston Upon Thames on Sunday 14th May, 2017. The 1,500 square foot restaurant is located on the first floor of the Bentall Centre and can seat up to 55 guests. The store design embraces the authentic Californian elements commonly found throughout the Tortilla estate, from the reclaimed timber walls to the brushed steel feature lights and cages.
Tortilla opened the doors to their 34th restaurant in Dalston on Saturday, just 3 months after opening their site in Kingston Upon Thames. The 1,800 square foot restaurant is located on Kingsland High Street a stone’s throw away from both Overground stations. The store opening has been highly anticipated by both Tortilla crew and locals with over 260 people signing up to the opening night within 48hrs.
In 2007, local Californian burrito and taco joint Tortilla opened its first restaurant in Islington London. Ten years on, Tortilla is celebrating the opening of their 35th store in Putney London – this time with a twist.
Tortilla Putney is only 700 square feet, half the usual size of a Tortilla restaurant, but will trade exactly as its larger counterparts do. The new-concept store will continue to sell the same food loved throughout the UK, with a larger focus on targeting customers on-the-go. With all the signature Tortilla designs, the restaurant will be able to cater for up to 20 covers.
Mini restaurants and backstage kitchens are some of the ways fast-casual restaurant group Tortilla Mexican Grill is tackling the ever-changing high street landscape.
Managing Director Richard Morris says the hospitality industry is seeing greater demand for convenience, without skimping on quality or affordability, and the rise in food delivery is having a huge impact on customer experience.
Tortilla, the Californian burrito and taco restaurant group has released their end of year figures reporting company sales of £30.4 million, up 20% on 2016 with restaurant LFLs up 7.5%.
Mexican Grill Ltd (“Tortilla”) had an excellent 2016 with like for like (“LFL”) sales increasing for the ninth consecutive year. Total sales increased by 19% in 2016 which comprised of LFL growth of 4% plus additional sales from the five new stores opened in the year. The performance of the business in the second half of 2016 was really encouraging and this has continued during the first half of 2017.
Tortilla, the Californian burrito and taco restaurant group has released their end of year figures reporting a +3.5% increase in like-for-like sales over 2016 with +8.1% like-for-like over the festive period alone. After launching their latest 3 sites in Cribbs Causeway, London Central & Newcastle in Q4 2016, Tortilla’s estate now consists of 32 sites across the UK and 2 in Dubai, UAE with UK sales exceeding £25.3 million for the year.
NOTES TO THE EDITOR
Tortilla is your local burrito and taco joint, offering authentic California-style Mexican food to eat in
or take away. Fillings are prepared fresh in-store daily and with a fully customisable menu, there’s a
dish to suit all tastes.
Tortilla opened in October 2007 and is now the largest fast-casual Mexican restaurant brand in the
UK and Europe, with more than 50 locations across the UK and Middle East.
Restaurants can be found throughout England, primarily in London and as far North as Glasgow in
Scotland, West as Cardiff in Wales and South as Brighton and Southampton, as well as Dubai, Saudi
Arabi and Bahrain.
Founder Brandon Stephens moved to London from California in 2003 to pursue his MBA at London
Business School, where he wrote the business plan for Tortilla.
“I grew up eating delicious, affordable burritos in California and I just couldn’t find anything like it
over here. As the concept evolved, it became evident that there was a strong market for fresh,
affordable burritos and tacos.”