Popular pizza chain to close Scots city centre restaurant

A popular Italian pizzeria chain has revealed that it will be closing one of its restaurants in downtown Scots.

Vapiano’s eatery in Edinburgh is closing after five years on the city’s high street.

Vapiano Italian restaurant is closed


Vapiano Italian restaurant is closed

The restaurant provided customers with freshly made pizza, pasta and salads before the shocking closure.

Currently, the glass doors and walls leading to the venue are covered, so no one can see inside.

A message was also taped to the door of the facility, confirming their sudden closure.

It said: “Really sorry, this restaurant is now closed.

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“We’d like to thank everyone who has joined us for our fresh pasta and pizza over the past 5 years, it’s been a pleasure to welcome you.

“Until next time… Team Vapiano.”

The restaurant’s Glasgow location previously closed in 2019, having only been open for 13 months.

Now, the only remaining locations of the Italian chain are in the UK.

Past customers have written rave reviews of this place to eat in Edinburgh.

One person said: “Vapiona is a pretty cool restaurant. You can customize your pasta and it’s all freshly prepared. There are lots of options but vegetarian and non-vegetarian.

“It’s also pretty cheap. There’s plenty of seating and you can also see the chefs prepare your food. Their menu also has loads of drinks and mocktails. The service is super fast.”

Another added: “Definitely the highest quality Italian restaurant downtown and worth the wait a little longer as it’s all homemade and fresh.”

A third wrote: “Vapiano’s food is always delicious and fresh. Never had a bad experience or meal. One of my favorite Italian chains.

“I definitely prefer pasta to pizza but pizza is great too. They have a new system to order you food which is a lot easier but I kinda miss going up to order and the kitchen!

“But it’s also good not to queue and stand around. Staff are extremely friendly and helpful.”

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