A restaurant on one of Aberdeenshire’s most iconic roads has reopened.
The Clatterin Brig, on the Cairn O’Mount near Fettercairn, has been taken over by new owners.
It came after fears for the future of the popular cafe were shared last year when the owner decided to sell the business.
Over the last month the new owners have been sharing pictures of their relaunch as they prepared to have a grand reopening today.
The business will be open from Wednesday until Monday each week, between 10am and 5pm.
Fans of the restaurant were dismayed when owner Moira Prentice announced she was closing, describing a challenging three years and the difficulty in getting staff.
After thousands of people interacted with the business on social media, she thanked customers for their support.
Clatterin Brig to reopen
However, new owners were found, and in April they announced plans to reopen.
In a post on Facebook, they said: “Exciting times ahead. The good news is that we have got a very experienced professional chef who’s working on a new menu.
“Not to worry, old favourites would still be part of the new menu.”
Readers asked the owners for some of their favourites to stay on the menu.
One wrote: “I hope the clootie dumpling and custard will be one of the favourites to stay. It’s a total winner.”
Another said: “Hoping Cullen skink will be on the menu.”
While one woman spoke for many when she wrote: “Fantastic news. Best of luck and look forward to coming back.”