A popular restaurant in Durham that has found success after opening its first restaurant has moved locations to take its food and drinks offerings to a more prominent location.

Despite finding a large amount of support at its Elvet Bridge location, Tango Durham has now relocated to Saddler Street in Durham City.

Known for its experimental burgers, delicious cocktails and puddings, the venue has promised much of the same and some new additions now it has moved into its new Saddler Street home. 

And now that the move is complete, Tango has shared some images of its new venue, including booth seats, the outside of the venue, and some of the food and drink it will be offering.

The Northern Echo: Tango on Saddler StreetTango on Saddler Street (Image: TANGO)

Posting on its social media pages, Tango said: "Team Tango is proud to announce the official opening of Tango 2.0!! We can’t wait to welcome you all and reveal a brand-new menu.

The Northern Echo: The inside of Tango in DurhamThe inside of Tango in Durham (Image: TANGO)

"Open every day, accepting bookings and walk-ins. (39 Saddler Street, DH1 3NU)."

Alongside the opening, it has also put out a competition, and all of the details are below:

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Tango is already well-known and well-liked in the Durham food scene, with the restaurant earning a 4.5-star review rating from 895 reviewers. 

Already, signage has gone up on 39 Saddler Street, with people walking up the street seeing the striking orange and black 'opening soon' signs. 

Tango also offers a takeaway service for its menu, which includes loaded fries, burgers, sides, and nachos.