Food brand name FreshMex has actually unveiled strategies to broaden into Dundee after protecting its 2nd permanent place in Aberdeen. The business, which is run by 24-year-old business owners Robbie Moult and Calum Wright, will open an outlet inside The St Machar Bar in Old Aberdeen next month. The pair currently has a FreshMex-branded restaurant within The Adams & The Hawthorn on Holburn Street, which opened previously this year  following a ₤ 100,000 refit. Both bars are owned by Adams Family Pubs, a chain founded in the 1970s by Bert and Jean Adams and now run by their child, Eric, and his kid, Philip.
The firm also owns the Balmoral Bar in Ballater. In addition, FreshMex has signed a circulation deal with Deliveroo through which consumers will be able to purchase food for home shipment. Moult and Wright released their Tex-Mex brand name 18 months back as a pop-up stall and catering service, like many other catering hawthorn services Their stall has actually gone to food festivals in Deeside, Huntly and Inverurie in current months. Business already utilizes 11 personnel and anticipates to develop an additional 3 jobs when it moves into The St Machar Bar.
Wright stated: “We’re very delighted about protecting this deal to cater for a second facility in a prime trainee location. “The business’s success has actually exceeded our expectations drastically and we are delighted with the success we have actually needed. We’re also very concentrated on supporting other regional companies where possible, and employing so many people has been excellent. We’re likewise in the process of looking into buying Dundee in the coming months, with the hopes of acquiring our own set premises in Aberdeen in the future too. “We have actually been searching for a city centre location on Dundee high street, nevertheless we wish to guarantee we get the best area so have been investigating other prime areas too, especially for the much popular meals to go hawthorn requests we get from customers.”
Philip Adams stated: “We are delighted to welcome the FreshMex group to The St Machar Bar. “We have actually built a fantastic working relationship at The Adams & The Hawthorn and anticipate hitting the ground running with our brand-new idea. “The St Machar Bar delights in an unique area and massively diverse clients of which the news will ideally thrill them. “Such wonderful food, with the men showing a genuine passion for their item, which ought to sit well within our university bar and ‘spice up’ Old Aberdeen, so to speak.”
While FreshMex at the Adams has actually concentrated on a Mexican menu, the current endeavor will focus on Texan dishes The pair of young business owners, who have actually been friends since they were nine years of ages, established business after graduating from university. Wright trained as a chef, while Moult travelled overseas, developing concepts for their Tex-Mex food brand.
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