Students at Angus College are sharpening their knives and donning their chef whites in preparation for the re-opening of Restaurant 56.
The restaurant is the college’s popular training restaurant , which resumes lunch service this week.
And the new NC hospitality and catering recruits at are more enthusiastic than ever to impress local diners with a combination of tasty dishes and top quality service.
The restaurant is open for lunch on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. with last service 1 p.m.
They offer a freshly made three course meal at a reasonable price, all prepared and served by students within the relaxing environment of 56.
Course tutor Lesley Hodgens, said: “At 56 our aim to provide our students with the best skills and experiences, heighten their passion for food, inspire confidence and create a sound foundation for a career in the hospitality industry.
“From menu planning, sourcing, costing, preparation, cooking and service, our students learn the whole process.”
As a special re-opening deal Restaurant 56 is offering two course lunches until September 13 for just £4.