HOOH BOY, taco ’bout a game-changer.
Purveyor of fine burritos and other Mexican food goods, Guzman Y Gomez, is going drive-thru.
The Mexican food chain – which sits somewhere between a McDonalds and a restaurant on the price-point & quality scale – is planning to open up a dozen outlets with purpose-built drive-thru areas in the next 12 months, reports The Australian.
Chief Executive Steven Marks told the broadsheet:
“People are becoming more educated on what they are eating with traditional fast food and now they don’t have to compromise on quality for the convenience of drive-through.”
Drive-thru burritos? Our hangovers might never be the same.
GYG drive-thrus already exist in the Darwin and Nerang, Queensland stores, but Marks describes them as add-ons, saying that this new lot would be purpose-built.
There are already 82 outlets around Australia and Asia (the brand was named the fastest-growing food-chain in 2015), and it looks like the company is showing no signs of slowing down: it’s planning on opening another 20 next year, incl. the drive-thru lot.
Truly, ’tis a wonderful day for burrito-enthusiasts everywhere. :’)
Photo: Facebook / Guzman Y Gomez; @desiree.potatoes.