An Aberdeen restaurant will reopen for lunch service on Monday following increased demand.
City centre eatery Cafe Harmony will launch its lunch service again after being inundated with requests.
The year old Mediterranean restaurant specialises in putting a local twist on Italian and Mediterranian dishes.
Focusing on supporting local suppliers, Cafe Harmony prides itself on using as many local producers as it can with names including The Alexander Smokey, Craft Swine, Devenick Dairy, Piggery Smokery and many others.
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Owner of Cafe Harmony, Francesco Di Nicola, said: “We are blessed to be in an ideal location at the heart of the city centre, with so many wonderful public spaces and businesses in our immediate vicinity we have developed the menu with an option to take our food away too, with a 25% discount on top of our already generous pricing format.
“We can’t wait to welcome the local community in to enjoy lunch time dining at Cafe Harmony and there will be plenty more exciting collaborations and events to come in the near future which will be announced on our social media channels”
The restaurant will now be open from noon – 2pm, Monday to Friday, reopening for dinner service at 5pm until late. On Saturday it will be open from noon until late.