Christie's, Falkirk's new Scottish tapas restaurant, held a launch night featuring a piper and ribbon cutting ceremony by Barbara Bryceland. Pictured: David Blackwood, owner; Yvonne Latta, business partner; and Tom Malloy, owner. Picture: Michael Gillen.

In Pictures: See inside new Falkirk-based Scottish tapas restaurant Christie's

The opening of Scottish tapas restaurant Christie’s was met with great excitement in Falkirk this week.

Friday, 30th April 2021, 12:30 pm
Updated Friday, 7th May 2021, 4:13 pm

Owners Campbell Christie Property Investors invited a piper, diners and singer Barbara Bryceland along to the revamped Manor Street venue for an official launch event and tour.

We were also asked along and given a chance to take a look around the eatery, which was previously home to Italian restaurant Amodo Mio.

Check out our gallery of photographs below to see what you can expect inside.

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