Pancake powerhouse Stack & Still has joined Bonnie & Wild’s Scottish Marketplace in St James Quarter, Edinburgh, opening its seventh unit.

Chief executive Paul Reynolds, founder of the Glasgow-based Scottish start-up, said: “All of us at Stack & Still are over the moon to be joining the Bonnie & Wild community. The venue’s fantastic, with some superb chefs who I’m really excited to be working alongside.

“The ethos at B&W really chimes with us. We focus on fresh food, cooked to order, using local, sustainably-sourced ingredients as much as possible. We proudly use Scottish ingredients as much as possible and make the most of the fantastic food and drink products available.”

Stack & Still, which expanded into the capital last year with the launch of its flagship restaurant in the Assembly Rooms, says its menu gives diners “an unbeatable choice with 12 million options” for its pancakes, including a wide range of vegan and gluten-free options.

Less than a year old, Bonnie & Wild has exploded onto the Scottish food scene and has fast become one of the must-visit destinations to eat and drink, attracting more than 15,000 visitors each week.,