Byron Hamburgers will open its third Scottish site in Aberdeen.
The popular chain, inspired by New York’s burger scene, revealed plans to open within Union Square on Friday.
In March, Byron announced it intended to open its first Scottish site in Glasgow, with planning permission obtained for a restaurant in Edinburgh also revealed the following month.
A spokesperson for Byron said: "Byron has secured the site at Union Square and there will be more news for hamburger-lovers in Aberdeen before long."
Established in 2007, Bryon currently operates 55 restaurants across England.
Using Scottish beef in all of its hamburgers, the restaurant chain also serves up a range of vegetarian patties, sides and desserts, with a drinks menu bubbling with craft beers, shakes and sodas.
Ryan Manson, General Manager of Union Square, sad: "We are delighted to bring another first to the north-east with the confirmation of Byron taking a site within Union Square."