City Restaurant in Edinburgh has undergone a full rebrand and refurbishment – just in time to mark its 20th anniversary.
The popular eatery on Nicolson Street has been redeveloped with the help of a £150,000 funding package from Clydesdale Bank.
Established in 1995 by Guiseppe and Margaret Pia, the family-run restaurant has been given a complete make-over to include upgraded kitchen equipment and a new website and menu.
Marco Pia, who now runs the restaurant in partnership with his wife, Joanne, since 2009, said: “We felt that the decor in the dining area was getting a little bit tired, so we wanted to invest in refreshing it. The fact that it’s also the business’ 20th anniversary is a happy coincidence.
“As well as the dining area, we invested in the kitchen and on refreshing our branding. We’re now serving even better food to even more customers so the development has been a real success.
“We’ve also installed more booth seating upstairs which makes it has further enhanced the customer experience.
“Clydesdale Bank’s support has been invaluable in helping us achieve our goal of revitalising the business.”
Stephen Buchan, head of Clydesdale Bank’s Business and Private Banking Centre in Edinburgh, said: “It’s great to see City Restaurant still looking for ways to improve its offering 20 years after opening.
“Clydesdale Bank is proud to support businesses targeting growth and investing in their future. We look forward to continuing working with Marco and his family.”