Californian-Mexican eatery Tortilla opens its doors to Exeter next month, ready for a summer filled with burritos, tacos and freedom! Located on the High Street, the branch is the first to open in the city and will be the Southern-most Tortilla restaurant in the country.
To celebrate the opening and easing of lockdown restrictions form 21st June, Tortilla will be serving free lunch to the public when they register (date to be announced online). The good times don’t stop there as for the rest of opening week, diners can treat a friend with buy one get one free on all mains.
Tortilla is all about fresh and vibrant flavours and with a fully customisable menu, customers can enjoy burritos, tacos, nachos, quesadillas and more, exactly how they like them. Managing Director Richard Morris says the Tortilla family can’t wait to roll into Exeter – “a city we’ve wanted to join for a long time.”
“Our founders started Tortilla in 2007, after a four-year search across London for tasty and affordable burritos and tacos like the ones back home in San Francisco, and we now proudly operate
in over 45 locations across the UK,” says Richard.
Tortilla is rolling out several more restaurants this summer including Tortilla Chessington World of Adventures Resort, Tortilla Edinburgh (St James) and Tortilla Windsor (Peascod St).