The deal will see the burrito chain open in London’s Euston Station, with a further four sites planned for ‘key travel hubs’ next year.
“This creates fantastic growth opportunities for Tortilla in some outstanding travel locations around the UK and hopefully further afield,” says Richard Morris, managing director of Tortilla.
It follows the burrito chain’s recent openings on Wardour Street in London’s Soho, Cabot Circus in Bristol, Market Square in Cambridge and Cornmarket Street in Oxford.
Tortilla, which was founded in London in 2007, operates 50 restaurants including Euston and its nine locations in the Middle East.
Next week the group will relaunch its site in Westfield London with a new evening menu as part of a wider revamp of the shopping centre's food court.