Burrito and taco joint Tortilla has launched two new offers to carry on the success of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Every Monday in September, the chain is offering two burritos for the price of one, while on Thursdays it will serve tacos for £1 each.
Both offers are available after 5pm for dine-in customers only.
Tortilla’s managing director, Richard Morris, said the brand plans to “keep the good times rolling” after a strong August. Group sales jumped by 50% during Monday to Wednesday compared to the previous month.
“It’s fantastic to see so many people back in our restaurants, making the most of the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme,” said Mr Morris.
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme saw Tortilla’s menu prices halve, allowing customers to grab a signature burrito from just £3 or a full burrito meal including tortilla chips, salsa and a soft drink for less than a fiver.
“The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive from both customers and crew. While our new house rules and procedures mean our restaurants look and feel different, crew have been excited to return to work and it appears our customers are happy to have us back,” added Mr Morris.
Following full closure in March, Tortilla started reopening in May for online ordering only.
It has now reopened 33 restaurants across the country, with its Southwark branches due to open next week.
Tortilla has been trading for 13 years 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.