Mexican brand announces plans for Nottingham restaurant

Mexican brand Boojum has announced plans to open its second UK mainland restaurant in Nottingham this autumn.

Following the launch of its Leeds eatery in April, the new 2,377 sq ft restaurant will be situated on Lower Parliament Street, opposite the Victoria Centre in Nottingham city centre, near Nottingham Trent University Campus.

It is expected to create 25 local jobs and will accommodate 42 diners.

Customers can look forward to a menu featuring burritos, bowls, nachos, tacos, chips, and salsas, all prepared fresh daily.

Boojum CEO, David Maxwell, said: “We are hugely excited to be launching our second UK mainland operation. We have been overwhelmed with the huge success of our Leeds launch with customers loving our energetic and vibrant atmosphere and are looking forward to creating more ‘Boojum addicts’ in Nottingham.”

Boojum operations director, Rob Powell said: “Boojum Nottingham marks the next phase in our national expansion strategy, which will see us open 25 new stores over the next five years. A lot of love goes into what we do, with a huge passion and commitment for quality and the best-tasting Mexican food. Nottingham is an ideal fit for us with its eclectic student population and a vibrant and diverse culture and we can’t wait to bring the Boojum vibes to the city’s food offering.”

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