Oxford's newest restaurant Tortilla will be giving away burritos to its first ever customers.

The new branch of the chain, which launched in 2007, is opening in Cornmarket Street on Friday.

The chain, selling burritos and tacos, was started by a Californian couple in London in 2007.

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On Friday, from noon until 2pm, diners will get a free burrito for lunch but they will have to buy their own drinks.

Staff are now in training to prepare for the restaurant opening for real on Saturday, from 11am.

Oxford Mail:

General manager Slavo Balaz said: "We have 22 full and part-time staff here in our Oxford team and we are really looking forward to opening.

"We have about 80 seats here and the restaurant will be run on one floor only.

"Cornmarket has lots of footfall so we expect to be busy seven days a week.

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"Everyone is welcome and they can eat in the restaurant or takeaway."

Oxford Mail:

A medium burrito including rice and beans costs £5.80 while the tres tacos dish costs £5.70.

Normal opening hours will be Monday to Wednesday 11am to 10pm, Thursday to Saturday 11am to 11pm, and Sunday 11am to 10pm.