Eat, the sandwich shop chain, which is backed by private equity firm Lyceum Capital, is planning to invest around £2m towards expanding its estate in Scotland. The investment follows the opening of its first two high street sites in Glasgow at the end of last year. The group, which also operates three sites across Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports, hopes to open another three in Glasgow, three in Edinburgh and plans to look at opportunities in Aberdeen as part of its initial roll out north of the border. The 130-strong chain, which operates over 100 sites in London, plans to open its first high street site in Edinburgh by September this year. The company, which is led by Niall MacArthur and his wife Faith, has previously talked about aggressively expanding its portfolio to take it to 200 units over the next four years.