Greggs has chosen to partner with Just Eat as it expands its food delivery service nationwide following a successful trial.
A business is celebrating success after scooping a national takeaway award.
A nightclub boss is serving up plans for a vegan takeaway and delivery shop in a prominent city centre retail unit.
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An application to transform a building which has been empty since 2012 into a hot food takeaway has been rejected by Dundee City Council.
Planning applications received by Dundee City Council include:
Plans have been lodged to turn a vacant building into a takeaway.
An American pizza chain is set to serve up its second eatery in Dundee — less than two years after opening its first in the city.
Dundee's newest kebab shop opened its doors yesterday to a roaring trade.
The developer behind a rejected plan for a lobster shack in Arbroath is hoping “common sense prevails” after lodging an appeal.
The owner of a newly opened deli at a Dundee community hub has said his new venture brings a “much-needed” amenity to the area.
Three illegal immigrants were found working at a High Street takeaway in Montrose.
Tributes have been paid to a much-loved family man who has died at his home.
Court proceedings have been dropped against a businessman who has been embroiled in a planning row with Angus Council over changes to his town centre takeaway.
Planning chiefs have rejected a bid to create a lobster shack in Angus.
Councillors are to be asked to consider a proposal to develop a hot food takeaway in a Dundee pub.
Subway plans to serve up 5,000 new jobs by 2020 in a major expansion across the UK and Ireland.
The future of one of Lochee High Street’s most prominent shop units could be decided this week — as a bid to open a takeaway is revived.
Fashion chains and banks are being replaced by takeaways and gyms as the British high street evolves with consumer spending habits, a report said.
Dundonians said there was still a “plaice” for fish and chips — amid fears traditional suppers are losing their popularity across the country.