All Tortilla articles – Page 11

  • Duncan Garrood

    Operator review of the year


    We asked some of the leading lights of the eating and drinking out sector to review 2015 and also tells us what they think the biggest opportunities and challenges of 2016 are going to be

  • Analysis & Insight

    Dialling up deal activity


    2015 was yet another big year for deal activity in the restaurants and bars sector, says Kieran Lawton, M&A director at BDO.

  • Wagamama Derby

    Funding growth


    Santander’s Andrew Tully reflects on his experiences working with casual dining restaurant chains before, during and after the recession – how and why some strategies worked – and looks at financing options

  • YO! Sushi logo

    Mayfair agrees YO! deal; Hall to step down


    Mayfair Equity Partners has confirmed it has acquired the controlling interest of YO! Sushi in a deal valuing the 91-strong business at £81m

  • Barburrito exterior

    Davies: Pinto deal transformational for Barburrito


    Morgan Davies, chief executive of Barburrito, has told M&C that the group’s acquisition of Pinto Mexican Kitchen is a “transformational” deal

  • News

    Tortilla to make Scotland debut


    Tortilla, the Quilvest-backed, fast-casual concept, will make its debut in Scotland early next year,

  • Jamie Oliver

    Oliver: Government must be 'brave' over sugar tax


    Jamie Oliver has urged the Government to be ‘brave’ by introducing a sugar tax on fizzy drinks

  • News

    Camino joins Oliver’s sugar tax campaign


    Camino has become the latest company to join Jamie Oliver’s sugar tax campaign

  • News

    ​ Hilton Hotels launches Herb N’ Kitchen in the UK


    Hilton Hotels has launched Herb N’ Kitchen, its new grab and go food offering, in the UK at its London Metropole Hotel

  • Tortilla interior

    Tortilla joins sugar tax campaign


    Tortilla, the Quilvest-backed, fast-casual concept, has joined the sugar tax campaign headed up by Jamie Oliver by levying 10p on all of its sugary drinks

  • Red's True Barbecue
    Analysis & Insight

    Brisket cases


    With their hot sauces in retail, a cookbook under their belts and a sixth site about to launch, Red’s True Barbecue’s James Douglas and Scott Munro are fired up for further growth

  • Morgan Davies
    Analysis & Insight

    Burrito boy


    Mel Flaherty talks to Barburrito chief executive Morgan Davies about how his cosmopolitan background has influenced his career choices and why he has “no issues with Barburrito becoming a 50-site business”

  • Red's True Barbeque

    Red’s to explore different platforms


    Red’s is set to test its concept over a number of different locations over the next few years as it looks to build as much collateral in the business as possibl

  • News

    Sally White Food Lover to double up


    Sally White Food Lover is to open its second outlet, having signed to take a 330sq ft unit just off London’s Regent Street

  • Pret A Manger restaurant
    Analysis & Insight

    The lunch crunch


    We would appear to be set for a wave of lunchtime sector M&A. However, there are a number of reasons why any M&A glut may be a little less frenzied than was the case with the restaurant sector, argues Sam Fuller of Altium Capital

  • Red's

    Red’s set for Liverpool


    Red’s True Barbecue, the fast-growing smokehouse concept, is to make its debut in Liverpool this November

  • Tortilla exterior

    ​Tortilla launches delivery nationwide


    Tortilla has launched a delivery service across its entire estate after a successful trial

  • PizzaExpress exterior

    PizzaExpress eyes delivery concept expansion


    PizzaExpress is already eyeing expansion opportunities for its yet-to-be-launched standalone takeaway and delivery concept

  • News

    Red’s to launch retail range


    Red’s True Barbecue, the fast-growing concept, is to launch a retail range through Asda stores nationwide from 4 July

  • Diary

    Diary: TGI; Oakman Inns; Costa and M&B


    In this week’s Diary we reveal more on a key vacancy at TGI Friday’s; review a busy year at Oakman Inns; look at why McDonald’s is taking the long-term view and find out why Mitchells & Butlers has been urged to bring one of the country’s oldest pubs into the 21st century: