A BURGER chain will open its first Scottish restaurant in Aberdeen’s Union Square, the Evening Express can reveal today.
Byron Hamburgers will set up shop in the space vacated by Apache Spur.
There no time frame for the opening yet.
The chain – which uses all Scottish beef in its burgers – was founded in 2007 by Tom Byng who developed the idea for the company while living in New York.
The chain was previously owned by Gondola Group, which owns Ask and Zizzi.
But Byron Hamburgers was sold for £100 million in 2013 to investor group Hutton Collins Partners who still own the chain.
Ryan Manson, General Manager of Union Square, said: “We are delighted to bring another first to the North East with the confirmation of Byron taking a site within Union Square.”