This Cool New Mexican Joint Opens On Wednesday With Free Meals For All

Yaaaaassssss.

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A Mexican restaurant that offers garlic mayo as an option? SOLD!

Ireland is about to get its very first Zambrero at The Station, Hatch Street Upper. Zambero is a quick-service Australian restaurant chain which specialises in fresh, healthy Mexican food. There are over 110 branches of Zambrero worldwide

So, what's so special about these guys? Well, quite a few things actually...

- Zambrero donates a plate of nutritious food to the developing world through its Plate4Plate initiative. To date, almost 8 million meals have been donated. 

A live Plate4Plate counter will be on view in the restaurant so customers can see their contribution make an instant difference

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- The operation is being spearheaded by Leinster rugby player and Zambrero Ireland General Manager, Darragh Fanning, who discovered Zambrero while playing rugby in Australia

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- They serve super healthy black rice with amaranth seeds that is not only super healthy, but also bursting with flavour

- They have a crazy range of sauces including garlic mayo, salsa with mango and peaches, and a creamy chipotle one


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- Four Zambrero branches are set to open in Ireland by the end of 2016, creating over 70 jobs and bringing over €2 million into the Irish economy.

- One of the best items on the menu has got to be their Dos Capas: a hard taco filled with your choice of fillings, encased in a soft taco. Double the texture and none of the mess

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Now we're all craving tacos...

Get down to The Station, Hatch Street Upper this Wednesday 23 March from 10am – 6.30pm to try out a free Zambrero meal!

Can't make it to Zambrero this week? They're doing 2-for-1 meals on Easter Monday 28 March too. 

Get heavily involved!

READ NEXT: The Top 10 Places To Eat Mexican In Dublin

Written By

Fíodhna Horan Murphy

Fíodhna is deputy editor of Lovin Dublin and the Lovin Group. She's mad into music, gigs, cans by the canal and anything leopard print.

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