All Tortilla articles – Page 9

  • News

    B&K launches new menu


    Brewhouse & Kitchen has launched its first major menu overhaul to date.

  • Reds True Barbecue

    Red’s enters refinancing talks


    Red’s True Barbecue has entered refinancing talks after breaching its banking facility

  • Turtle Bay

    Turtle Bay tops Growth Company Index


    Turtle Bay, the Piper-backed Caribbean chain, has topped the list of the fastest growing companies in the UK’s eating and drinking-out sector.

  • News

    Tortilla set for Dalston


    Tortilla is set to further strengthen its presence in London, with two openings in the capital in May.

  • News

    Further operators sign up to support Tim Bacon Foundation


    A further group of the sector’s leading players have pledged their support to the Tim Bacon Foundation, the charity established in the late Living Ventures co-founder’s name to recognize his achievements, to continue his legacy and to echo his legendary generosity of spirit.

  • The Tim Bacon Foundation

    Operators line up to support the Tim Bacon Foundation


    A host of the sector’s leading operators have pledged their support to the Tim Bacon Foundation

  • Branded Mexican/South American cuisine analysis 2016
    Analysis & Insight

    Down Mexico way


    There’s nothing like the start of a new year to get all and sundry dusting off the crystal ball to predict the ‘next big thing’. It does not seem very long ago that Mexican food was being touted by the annual soothsayers as the category to watch in the UK. How time flies

  • Tortilla

    Tortilla to add three sites in UK and four in UAE


    Tortilla, the burrito and taco brand, is opening in Kingston in April and closing to singin for another two UK sites.

  • News

    Tortilla founder secures funding for new events app


    REVL, the new events app, has closed a £2.4m seed funding round, supported by private investors

  • Simon Longbottom

    Operator predictions for 2017


    MCA talks to leading operators across the sector about their predictions for 2017, including challenges, opportunities and the concepts to watch over the next 12 months.

  • News

    Tortilla appoints new ops director


    Tortilla has appointed Jason Salt, former regional director of KFC UK & Ireland, as its new operations director

  • News

    Hunter swaps Tortilla for Chimichanga


    Paul Hunter has stepped down as operations director at Tortilla to join the Prezzo-owned Chimichanga and MexiCo brands

  • News

    Gillett partners with Brakspear for first Marco Polo pub


    Restauranteur Daren Gillett has set up his own pub company and secured a site with Brakspear.

  • Takeaway

    Fast food must modernise to win back young


    Fast food operators must modernise to win back younger consumers, MCA can reveal.

  • Peter Martin
    Analysis & Insight

    Drinkers continue move to food


    While the shrinking of the nation’s pub estate has been happening for a number of years, the fall-off in numbers has been offset to a degree by new openings and the migration to food. Peter Martin gives his view on the current state and future prospects of the sector.

  • News

    Tortilla reaches 30


    MCA talks to Tortilla managing director Richard Morris about further expansion plans, the evolution of the brand, volatile trading and future funding

  • Villagio from Richoux

    Perfect pitch


    As we move into the final quarter of the year, there is a sense that operators across the sector are having to reassess the levels they have set on their respective “business graphic equalisers” to match the increasing headwinds. The majority are being faced with the questions of do you dial down investment on marketing and expansion whilst fading up funding on recruitment/training and maintenance capex?

  • News

    Ennismore to aid Breddos Tacos expansion


    Breddos Tacos, the Mexican street food concept, is to open its first permanent site next month in London’s Clerkenwell

  • News

    Tortilla strengthens Middle East pipeline


    Tortilla, the Quilvest-backed fast-casual concept, has lined up a further two openings in the Middle East

  • News

    Campbell joins The Alchemist & Gusto boards


    Paul Campbell, the sector investor, has joined the boards of the Living Ventures-operated and Palatine Private Equity-backed The Alchemist and Gusto Restaurants groups as a non-executive director, MCA has learnt. At the same time, Jeremy Roberts chief executive of Living Ventures, has been appointed chairman of both companies. Roberts told ...