New Mexican takeaway opens in Castletroy with 250 free burritos up for grabs

Zambrero, Castletroy

The owners are also running a two-for-one offer to celebrate the official opening.

Zambrero, a new Mexican restaurant and takeaway, opens in Castletroy today, April 17 and to celebrate the launch of their new shop, they are giving away 250 free burritos for the first 250 customers.

The store is located in Unit 3, Glensk on the Dublin Road, Castletroy. It’s opening hours are 11am until 9pm Monday through Sunday.

On top of the 250 free burritos today the shop will also be running a two for one discount until close.

Zambrero was originally set up in Australia by Shaun McCarthy, but it has been brought to Ireland by former Leinster and Connacht player Darragh Fanning. The store in Castletroy will be the 23rd store in Ireland and further expansion planned for this year.

Mr Fanning, general manager of Zambrero in Ireland said: “We’re thrilled to expand into a new county, and Limerick has been at the top of our target list for the past two years. Our beautiful site in Castletroy near UL is perfectly situated, with a vibrant student population, which forms a key part of our demographic.

“Our local franchisee Paul Cosgrave brings valuable experience in the food business. Our new staff are excited to open, and introduce Zambrero to the local community, offering something truly unique in Castletroy. We have already been welcomed into the community with people eager for us to open and wishing us luck.”

What makes Zambrero unique besides serving healthy Mexican cuisine is that it has a ‘Plate 4 Plate’ initiative which means that every burrito or bowl bought, the store will donate a meal to someone in need through Rise Against Hunger who Zambrero uses as a distribution partner.

The aim of this is to create an impactful program and help fight global hunger.

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