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Plan Burrito's new franchise opens in Timber Hill Norwich


Tuck into award-winning burritos, tacos, nachos and more as the latest Plan Burrito Tex-Mex restaurant and takeaway franchise launches in Norwich.

Plan Burrito is now open at 21 Timber Hill in the city, which is in the former home of Re: Source general store. The business was started by Steve Hopper, 36, in his hometown of Loughborough in 2015 after he tried a burrito for the first time on a trip to London and "thought it was brilliant".

Plan Burrito has branches in London, Hitchin, Guildford, Leamington Spa, Ramsgate, Shrewsbury, Whitburn in Scotland and now Norwich.

The restaurant is owned by franchisees Luis Morales Rapallo, his sister Ariana Morales Rapallo and his partner Alejandra Felicita.

Ms Felicita said: "We were looking for something to do as a family business and we fell in love with the Plan Burrito food when we tried it at the London branch.

"Luis has kitchen experience as a manager and this seemed like the perfect fit - the reaction in Norwich has been amazing so far."

Franchise opportunities are available across the UK.  No F&B experience required.

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