The “iconic” Skye restaurant The Three Chimneys has changed hands after 34 years.
Plans to transform a former bank built in the 1700s into a hip food and drink venue have been submitted to the council.
Mushroom tacos, Arbroath smokie tart, buffalo steak and popcorn shrimp are just some of the delights awaiting diners when Dundee’s V&A museum opens next month.
One of Dundee’s newest restaurants is applying for an outdoor seating area to create a “vibrant” cafe culture in the city centre.
A blindfolded dinner event is set to offer Dundonians a “unique sensory experience”.
The first phase of work to turn a listed building overlooking the Howff Cemetery into a £300,000 restaurant and whisky bar is under way.
A teenager has won free KFC for a year after getting a tattoo of the brand's logo on her foot to prove her “dedication and love” for fried chicken.
A new restaurant is about to open in Dundee’s historic City Vaults, part of the Caird Hall building.
The V&A has released designs of the retail, cafe and restaurant area for the new museum opening in Dundee later this year.
A new pizza and wine restaurant is set to occupy the premises vacated by a popular eatery which closed suddenly in Dundee’s West End.
A popular Dundee restaurant which closed its doors unexpectedly earlier this year is set to reopen “imminently”, the Tele can reveal.
The memory of a Dundee mill worker will live on in the name of the restaurant at a new city centre hotel.
A Dundee restaurant and bar is in the running for two national awards.
Planning applications received by Dundee City Council include:
Diners were left in shock last week when a popular Dundee city centre restaurant unexpectedly closed its doors to customers.
Developers behind a planned restaurant overlooking the Howff cemetery have submitted fresh design plans for the controversial eatery.
A popular Dundee restaurant appears to have shut suddenly.
A former Dundee pub is about to embark on a tasty new future as an international buffet restaurant.
The team behind the latest restaurant to come to Reform Street has admitted the move is a “gamble” — but one it is willing to take.
Ambitious proposals for an Arbroath gateway hotel and restaurant have risen from the ashes of the town’s former Seaforth Hotel.