Food app Too Good To Go has grown to become the world’s largest online communities aiming to tackle food waste and help the environment.
Enabling eateries to sell uneaten food that would have otherwise been disposed of, the app allows users to grab a cheap meal while making a positive difference to the economy.
With its popularity forever on the rise since its official launch in 2015, a number of north-east restaurants and cafes have since now signed up.
Check out who you can find on it below…
YO! Sushi – Union Square, Guild Street, Aberdeen
Will’s Coffee House & Gift Barn – West High Street, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire
Delicious selection of hand crafted cakes delivered first thing his morning by French Tiramisu. – strawberry tart-…
Bonobo Cafe – Skene Street, Aberdeen
The Captain’s Table – Seaforth Street, Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire
Smoked Haddock and Deeside Red Cheese fishcakes made right here every one of them. Chips, salad and our own coleslaw, or chips, peas and twice cooked chips? Which combination would you like?
Foodstory – Thistle Street, Aberdeen
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Chilled evening cafe vibes- food starts at 5pm with houmous light bites and freshly baked flatbreads (in pic in our outdoor seating area), sharing platters galore, summer salads and sushi bowls. Yipeeeeeee. We’ve also got yoga upstairs @foodstory.project_upstairs_ from 6.15-7.15. Everyone welcome. Just drop in. And life drawing from 7.30-9. Once again- everyone welcome. Happy summer evening cafe vibes 🌱🍃 #communitycafe #vegan #plantbased @scottearthur 📷👌🙌
Melt – Holburn Street, Aberdeen
A picture can say a thousand words, sometimes all of them are CHEESE! 🧀
Dyce Farm – International Drive, Dyce Drive, Dyce, Aberdeen
For more information on Too Good To Go, click here.