Alcohol delivery licence helps Falkirk Mexican restaurant survive

A Mexican restaurant in Falkirk says a new food and alcohol delivery service and off-sales licence will help them to survive what has been a very tough time.

By Kirsty Paterson, Local Democracy Reporting Service
Friday, 14th May 2021, 8:32 am
Updated Wednesday, 19th May 2021, 12:06 pm

At its meeting on Thursday, Falkirk Council's licensing board granted Mexican TexMex Restaurant at 222 Grahams Road permission to start delivering alcohol along with food.

Board members also agreed that the restaurant could get an off-sales licence.

Owner Mohan Karki who opened the business four years ago, told the board: "Since lockdown happened we have really struggled to survive.

Mexican Tex-Mex.

"We have regular customers and we would just like to add an off-sales and alcohol delivery as a bit of a boost to sales."

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The restaurant specialises in Mexican food but also offers American burgers as well as pizza and kebabs.

Mr Karki said deliveries would be made by a member of staff who is properly trained, and would not allow proxy sales.

Alcohol would only be delivered to someone with the correct ID.

The information in this story came from a public notice published in this newspaper. You can read more public notices in our classified section today.

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