An Italian restaurant which was forced to close weeks ago is finally reopening.
Tony Macaroni will open its doors to customers this Friday with a new menu.
The restaurant, which is located at Marischal Square, shut its doors as a result of technical issues with the extraction system which have now been resolved.
The new menu will feature a new chilli twist, with a number of dishes including spicy king prawn cocktail, chicken thighs in a Tony Macaroni secret recipe marinade, spicy breaded chicken burger and a mixed grill all made with the spice.
Danny O’Donnell, group head chef for Tony Macaroni, said: “We pride ourselves on making all of our meals from scratch, using only the best and freshest ingredients. This is hugely important to the chefs in Tony Macaroni, as we want to have a reputation for serving great quality, family friendly, fresh food at affordable prices.
“This new menu will highlight this and will include a number of new dishes using one of our most popular products, chilli. Scots love chilli and we believe they are beginning to understand the health benefits of eating it. There is no regional variation to it, customers in all of our Scottish restaurants eat chilli by the bucket load!
“Customers don’t need to worry, we will still be serving the Tony Macaroni best sellers, including our carbonara, which is made with fresh cream, specifically for our Scottish customers; four cheese macaroni; pizza toto, made with chicken, Italian sausage and pepperoni and pizza pollo picante, made with chicken and fresh chilli, along with the all the normal Italian favourites.”
For more information visit www.tonymacaroni.co.uk