FAT Brands has expanded its presence by opening its first co-branded Fatburger and Buffalo’s Express location in Scotland.

Located in Dundee, the company offers a range of burgers from Fatburger’s all-American menu at this restaurant featuring add-ons such as chilli, maple bacon, guacamole, pineapple and a fried egg.

It also offers boneless and bone-in chicken wings and salads from fast-casual chain Buffalo’s Express.

FAT Brands CEO Andy Wiederhorn said: “We see a phenomenal opportunity in Scotland to grow the Fatburger and Buffalo’s Express brands by bringing our iconic menu offerings to the region.

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“We see a phenomenal opportunity in Scotland to grow the Fatburger and Buffalo’s Express brands by bringing our iconic menu offerings to the region.”

“Knowing the country’s love for all-American cuisine, we are excited to introduce the Dundee community to our delicious burgers, milkshakes, and chicken wings as we expand our international footprint with additional locations to follow in the coming years.”

The company also has plans to open several co-branded Fatburger and Buffalo’s Express locations in the country.

Last September, FAT Brands entered the Singapore market by opening two units in collaboration with restaurant management company Deelish Brands.

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The company also owns other fast casual and casual dining restaurant concepts such as Buffalo’s Cafe, Hurricane Grill & Wings, Yalla Mediterranean and Ponderosa and Bonanza Steakhouses.

It currently has more than 300 restaurants, with 300 more under development in 32 countries.

Founded in 2012 in Los Angeles, California, US, Buffalo’s Express has so far co-branded with 72 Fatburger restaurants.