Bur­rito Broth­ers just like be­ing in Mex­ico

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At The Fly­ing Bur­rito Broth­ers, you can eat Mex­i­can food, sip on Mex­i­can drinks and now, in its new out­door din­ing area, with the sum­mer sun on your back, feel as if you’re in Mex­ico too.

The Fly­ing Bur­rito Broth­ers is at North­lands Mall, an ideal lo­ca­tion for shop­pers to stop for lunch and, with am­ple park­ing, for evening din­ing and drinks too.

It’s a zeal­ous hub for tra­di­tional Mex­i­can-in­spired food such as fa­ji­tas, bur­ri­tos and na­chos.

A new ad­di­tion to the res­tau­rant is an out­side area that can ac­com­mo­date up to 70 peo­ple.

Avail­able as an op­tion for pri­vate func­tions, it is a trade­mark pink and yel­low ex­ten­sion of the res­tau­rant, com­plete with Mex­i­can para­pher­na­lia.

The walled court­yard is a pri­vate area with tra­di­tional shut­ter win­dows, a fire ta­ble, par­tial canopy and an area with bean bags.

It is a per­fect spot for an­other new in­tro­duc­tion, First Round Fri­days, where a bucket of beer or a fruity mar­garita are ideal ac­com­pa­ni­ments to the late-af­ter­noon sun and a re­lax­ing set­ting to un­wind in af­ter a busy week.

Throughout the sum­mer, there will be live Latin mu­sic on se­lected week­end evenings, en­rich­ing the South Amer­i­can din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence and adding to the en­ter­tain­ment.

The team at The Fly­ing Bur­rito Broth­ers is ded­i­cated to en­sur­ing cus­tomers have a good time.

With a lot of peo­ple vis­it­ing the res­tau­rant for a so­cial get-to­gether, fam­ily birthday or an im­promptu din­ner, the at­mos­phere is en­er­getic and friendly.

‘‘Ev­ery­one [cus­tomers and staff] is bub­bly, lively and happy. The res­tau­rant has a cool vibe. It’s busy, but still has a re­laxed at­mos­phere,’’ says res­tau­rant man­ager Aspen Haines.

The res­tau­rant is pop­u­lar for its well-stocked bar, as well as its fresh and authen­tic food. The clas­sic mar­garita and Sol bot­tled beer are favoured among cus­tomers. The bar also has about 180 types of tequila and of­fers a va­ri­ety of cock­tails.

The Fly­ing Bur­rito Broth­ers is a cantina in­spired by all things great about Mex­ico. Cus­tomers are en­cour­aged to stop by soon for a dose of South Amer­i­can cui­sine and are in­vited to book now for pri­vate func­tions. Ar­riba, ar­riba!

The Fly­ing Bur­rito Broth­ers North­lands, at 77 Main North Rd, is open from noon each week­day and from 11.30am at week­ends for lunch and din­ner. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, phone 352 4242, see fly­ing­bur­ri­to­broth­ers.co.nz or search ‘‘Fly­ing Bur­rito Broth­ers North­lands’’ on Face­book. Cus­tomers are wel­come to use their En­ter­tain­ment Book vouch­ers. Reser­va­tions are taken for par­ties of six or more.

The Fly­ing Bur­rito Broth­ers res­tau­rant at North­lands Mall at­tracts lively cus­tomers with a taste for Mex­i­can food.

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