Aberdeen’s new cheese restaurant Melt 2 will open its doors next week.
The two-floor eatery, takeaway and deli will open on Saturday August 24 on Belmont Street. Melt 2 will serve up breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Owned by Mechelle Clark, who also runs popular cheese toastie takeaway Melt on Holburn Street, the new venture has been a year in the making and will be decorated in Melt’s signature 70s style.
The 25-seater restaurant will only take reservations for groups of six or more people and will be on a first come, first served basis. A full vegan menu will be available.
Diners will also be able to browse and purchase a number of vintage items on sale in the eatery from local firms HUME Vintage and Peapod.
Owner Mechelle said: “We’re delighted to be opening Melt 2 on Saturday (next week).
“It’s been a very long project and we are incredibly thankful to all of our supporters for their patience.
“We have made the decision to make Melt 2 a non-reservation restaurant, unless it’s for parties of six or more.”
The restaurant will be open Tuesday to Saturday, with both breakfast and lunch available Friday to Sunday. The takeaway will be open from 8am to 10pm, seven days a week.
Mechelle added: “We can’t wait to show you what we’ve been up to for the last year, you won’t have seen anything like this in Aberdeen.”
Earlier in the year Mechelle launched a crowd funding project which raised £9,720 and was backed by 283 individuals. Backers received a range of goods in exchange for their support.
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