Chicken wing firm Wingstop are to open their first Scottish restaurant in Edinburgh this week.
The restaurant, opening to the public on December 16, will be found on St James Quarter’s lower ground in Leith Street Eats.
The award-winning concept, originally founded in Dallas, has more than 1600 locations worldwide and will be the company’s 18th UK location.
Known for making speciality chicken wings, visitors to Wingstop will be able to pick from unique flavours such Lemon Pepper, Atomic, Mango Habanero, Hawaiian and Louisiana Rub.
Guests will then be able to grab churros for dessert with a choice of Oreo or Biscoff crumble accompanied with sweet milk or caramel dip.
Tom Grogan, director of Lemon Pepper Holdings (Wingstop UK), said: “We have taken our time to look for the perfect location for our first Wingstop location in Scotland and we are delighted with the site we have chosen in St James Quarter.
“We look forward to introducing our Flavours and Wings to the guests of this iconic development.”