American fast food chain Taco Bell has its sights set on first venue north of central belt.
The Mexican-inspired eatery will open its 57-seater restaurant to the masses in Aberdeen on Saturday August 15.
The first Taco Bell north of the central belt, it will be based on Union Street in the former Clarks shoe store, and will be open for both dine-in or takeaway. It will also boast a home delivery option and a click and collect service.
The Aberdeen venue is the fifth Taco Bell to open in Scotland and the 47th in the UK.
Lucy Dee, marketing lead at Taco Bell UK, said: “We’re really excited to be opening a fifth Taco Bell in Scotland.
“We’ve had our eye on a potential restaurant in Aberdeen for a while, and we know we’ve got plenty of fans in the area who we’re looking forward to welcoming through our doors.”
Raja Adil, CEO of The Adil Group which owns the franchise, added: “We’re delighted to be opening the first Taco Bell in Aberdeen, especially in such a great location.
“The Adil Group are always looking to grow and develop nationwide and we’re excited to be able to bring the brand to the Taco Bell fans of Aberdeen.”
The eatery is best known for its tacos, and also serves up burritos, quesadillas and more.