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Chilango Students: Who wants FREE FOOD & BEER?

October 11th, 2011 · 7 Comments · Chilango Chancery Lane, Food

Hola Students,

We hope you have all had a chance to pop into our wonderful new restaurant in Chancery Lane. If you haven’t heard, we have just been voted NO 1 Mexican Restaurant in London in the Zagat Consumer Awards for the 2nd year running. We’re looking for Students in the Chancery Lane area who think they deserve to be Chilango Ambassadors. In return for spreading the Chilango love among your fellow students you will be suitable rewarded with Chilango goodness           ( FREE FOOD AND BEER ) .

So, to become a Chilango Student Ambassador, all you need to do is tell us what Uni you’re at and why you think you’ll be the best Chilango Ambassador. You have until the end of this Sunday ( Oct 23rd )  to leave your comment and then we’ll make our selection.

Good Luck Amigos!

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7 Comments so far ↓

  • Charnelle Williams

    I’m not a university student (yet), but I’m currently studying A levels in my final year at Ursuline High School, Wimbledon and I think I would be the ideal Chilango Ambassador. I was introduced to Chilango by my aunt (the Angel branch) and have religiously visited at least every two weeks (Chancery Lane/Fleet Street/Angel) for a good grilled chicken burrito, travelling from Victoria to get one. I have also introduced many of my friends (a friend and I are known to Eric as ‘the poor students’, yes I will name drop without shame) to Chilango and they haven’t been able to stop eating there since! I think I should be an ambassador because so far I have converted at least 12 of my friends to Chilango-ism , and for no rewards in return! Though I wouldn’t be able to legally consume beer until my 18th birthday in December, I feel I have provided you with enough reason to PICK ME. :P

  • Max Joseph

    I’m a first year Economics student at UCL and I’ve been going to my local Chilango on Upper Street ever since it first opened. My friends and I used to go at least once a week after school to sink our teeth into one of your infamous chicken burritos. This innocent curiosity soon turned into an illicit love affair and I found myself visiting Chilango more and more often. I even had my birthday there last April with 15 of my friends. It was then when I was given a monster 6 tortilla burrito, purportedly the largest ever made by Chilango chefs.

    I think I’d be a fantastic ambassador for Chilango because I possess a unique enthusiasm for your Mexican cuisine and restaurant. I regularly introduce my friends to Chilango, although these ‘noobies’ are hard to come by these days due to the great work I’ve already done. Being an official ambassador would enable me to enlighten more peoples lunch hours and lives, and I would relish the opportunity to do so.

  • Fred Henson

    As a student at the university of manchester and a north london expat I believe I possess a unique position which would make me the best student ambassador.
    First of all, having justifiably won London’s number one Mexican restaurant I can only assume that you are setting your sights further afield. Here in Manchester, indisputably the UK’s second city, all we have in the way of Mexican cuisine is Barburrito – a complete affront to the standards of quality and smokey chicken that you at Chilango stand for. Their pork is dry as my knee cap and the prices are frankly extortionate (which wins them no favours in the city with the UK’s largest student population). If I was an ambassador I would spend my 6 months of the year at home reminding myself and my friends (most of whom are students at UCL and Queen Mary) just why Chilango is the only name in town. Secondly, I would also be determined to stir up demand among the Manchester populace (many of whom also live in london or are eying up graduate schemes in the big smoke). This would allow you to easily oust those bandits at barburrito and usher in a new reign of quality mexican cuisine in a city which is simply crying out for it.

  • Anastasia Stevenson

    I’m not at university yet, but I’m studying A Levels at South Thames College and I would be the best choice to be a student ambassador for Chilango! I’m just a poor student (which is what Eric knows me as) who is absolutely in love with you food. I have introduced at least six people to your fantastic food and would happily introduce more and more. I go once every two weeks – at the minimum. The burritos are really worth every single penny.

    I would honestly be a great Chilango Student Ambassador as not only am I already converting people to eat your amazing food, I’m outgoing and confident and feel I could really attract a lot more people to come and buy your food. I hope you make the right decision and pick me :D

  • George

    Its free and i’m hungry… nuff said!! x

  • Angus Whitehead

    I’m in my first year of studying Architecture at UCL and have lived in central London my whole life but have never enjoyed it more than now, living just off Russel Sqaure and within walking distance of the Chancery Lane Chillango’s. I have been a fairly regular visitor and absolutely huge fan of Chillango’s since I had my first Chillango’s burrito there at the opening party. Although I have already found myself introducing Chillangos to friends on a number of occasions, successfully infusing them with my own fanaticism, I would relish the opportunity increase the popularity of the restaurant further and be able to share the enjoyment of it particularly with friends I am just beginning to meet at UCL, as Chilango’s is already known and loved by so many of my older friends.

  • Esther

    I know this competition is over but I have an excellent case. I study at Kaplan which is very close to chilango’s. As a true lover of chilango’s I think I’d be the greatest amabassador and convince all the students to come over for lunch!

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