Mexican street food chain Avotaco on Tuesday (today) announced that it has permanently closed the doors of its Mrieħel and Malta International Airport (MIA) outlets.

In a social media post, the team behind Avotaco said that the decision comes “after careful consideration.”

“This decision is part of our strategic plan to revisit our roots and focus on providing you with a better and new experience where it all started,” it added.

First launched as a taco truck in 2016, Avotaco quickly became a popular destination for fast-casual Mexican cuisine, leading to the opening of its outlet in Ta’ Xbiex in 2018.

This was followed by the opening of an outlet in Mrieħel in 2020, together with another one at MIA’s revamped food court in 2022.

Avotaco’s team said that it will now be concentrating its efforts on its original location at Ta’ Xbiex, with the aim to “innovate and refine” its offerings, thus ensuring it “delivers the exceptional quality and service” customers have come to expect from the chain.

“We are excited about this new chapter and are committed to bringing you an enhanced dining experience. Your loyalty and support have been invaluable to us, and we look forward to welcoming you back soon to enjoy the improved Avotaco experience,” it continued.

“Thank you for your understanding and continued support,” Avotaco concluded.

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Avotaco's Mrieħel outlet

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