Mad Mex

Mad Mex is Australia’s leading, fresh & healthy fast, casual Mexican restaurant chain, living by the ethos of inspiring bold, honest and healthy living through Mexican food with attitude.

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Mad Mex campaign lifts sales by 9%

The brand’s marketing campaign reached 2.9 million Australians.

Mad Mex to hand out 500,000 vegan tacos

This is in celebration of the brand’s expansive vegan menu.

Mad Mex unveils new Mexican street food inspired LTO

The new menu item will be a healthier version of the Mexican favourite.

Here’s why Mad Mex doesn’t try to be everything for everyone

Mad Mex CEO Therese Frangie will lead a speaking session about multi-site leadership.

Mad Mex taps DoorDash to launch new limited-time offer

The new menu is a spicier cousin of the Spicy Yucatan Chicken.

Mad Mex pledges 80,000 burritos if runners break records in fun run

The burritos will be given to all entrants in the marathon.

Mad Mex’s succession plan brings in dynamic Therese Frangie as CEO

The new CEO highlights Mexican restaurants’ commitment to choice offerings, customer convenience, and strong employee culture.

Mad Mex reveals winter menu as it eyes 100 stores by 2026

The Mexican chain recently release its new menu which s part of its growth plan.

Mad Mex announces succession plan, names new CEO

CEO and founder Clovis Young will take on a Managing Director role.

Embracing equity in the quick service restaurant sector this International Women’s Day

International Women's Day is a day to celebrate and reflect on the progress we have made in creating a more equal and inclusive workplace for everyone. This year's theme of "Embrace Equity" brings this to the forefront and equal opportunities should be tailored to individual needs.

Mad Mex opens new restaurant in Logan

The fast-casual restaurant is celebrating by giving away 500 free burritos.

Mad Mex relaunches 1kg Big Burrito

A limited number of luchador masks are also up for grabs.

Mad Mex aims to produce managers with 18-month training program

The “Graduate Program” is designed to “fast track the future leaders of Mad Mex,” the chain said.