Spur Steak and Grill has confirmed eight jobs have been lost after the chain closed its Aberdeen restaurant.
The Union Square restaurant, which has been operating for last six years, closed its doors on September 14.
Eight members of staff have lost their jobs following the closure of the restaurant, with a further two relocating to the chain’s sites in London.
Spur UK Director, David Maich, said: "After all our time at Union Square we’re very sad to leave and would like to thank all our loyal customers, our team and Union Square management for their support over the years.
"Positions were offered to staff under the same terms and conditions in any one of our alternate sites around the UK. We have confirmed two transfers to our London based sites, but unfortunately eight jobs have been lost."
Spur said the reason behind the restaurant’s closure was due to the development of its "exciting new high street concept" RBW, which will be based on its customers favourite dishes of ribs, burgers and wings.
Mr Maich added: "The reason behind the Aberdeen closure is the development of our strategy in the direction of the RBW high street business model."