Byron has opened its first Scottish restaurant in Aberdeen at Union Square. The move into Scotland marks the 56th Byron restaurant for the group, which was established 8 years ago by Tom Byng.
Although it is the first of Byron’s Scottish restaurants Edinburgh and Glasgow will come in for the Byron treatment this year too.
Byron serves hamburgers from four cuts of properly-sourced British beef, ground fresh, cooked medium and served in a soft, squishy bun.
The short and simple menu, created by Head Chef Fred Smith, includes the Classic, Cheese, Chilli, Smoky, Double Bacon Cheese and the signature Byron, plus a regularly-changing special.
Tom Byng, founder of Byron, comments, “In recent years we’ve had more and more enquiries from people asking when we would open over the border, so it’s great to finally have openings confirmed in three equally exciting but very different cities.
Customers can also enjoy craft beers, bourbons, milkshakes, hard shakes and homemade desserts. Byron’s arrival in Scotland follows the recent launch of its partnership with the charity One Feeds Two®, which was founded by JP Campbell from an Edinburgh soup van.
Byron is the charity’s first nationwide restaurant partner, 25p from every hamburger special sold at Byron will go to One Feeds Two® to provide a school meal for a child in need.