American burger brand Five Guys has announced plans to open a second restaurant in Scotland.
The new 3,637 sq ft site is expected to open in a new leisure extension to Glasgow out-of-town shopping centre Silverburn, the first phase of which is expected this year.
Commenting on the the brand's expansion in Scotland, Richard Collier, property director at Five Guys, said: "Silverburn was identified immediately as we planned the expansion of the Five Guys brand in Scotland.
"It is a highly successful destination, popular with consumers from throughout the region and the leisure extension creates the perfect opportunity for Five Guys. Our fast casual concept adds something new to the tenant mix and will appeal to existing customers and attract new visitors, driving Silverburn's appeal as both a day-out and evening destination."
Chris Daly, catering leasing executive at property firm Hammerson, said the arrival of Five Guys will complete the leisure extension's offer, which includes Chimichanga, Carluccio's, TGI Friday's, Cosmo, PizzaExpress and Zizzi, in the new 100,000 sq ft extension, which will also feature a 14-screen digital Cineworld cinema.
Bruce Gillingham Pollard acted for Hammerson and Five Guys dealt direct.