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Prezzo's Chimichanga brand to take over former La Tasca site in Bury St Edmunds

25 October 2012 by
Prezzo's Chimichanga brand to take over former La Tasca site in Bury St Edmunds

Prezzo's Mexican restaurant chain Chimichanga is to open at the site of a former Spanish tapas outlet La Tasca in Bury St Edmunds.

The La Tasca branch, which operated for eight years, was one of 22 restaurants which the group closed as part of a restructure.

Work will start on the unit later this month with the aim to open the new Chimichanga restaurant by Christmas.

Prezzo has taken a 25-year lease from landlord New Style Enterprises.

Restaurant Property director Jason Grant, who advised Prezzo, said: "Chimichanga's fresh Mexican food and reputation of good family value will be a very attractive offering in Bury St Edmunds."

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By Kerstin Kühn

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