Absolute Roasters is "hanging up the brunch hat" for good.

The popular cafe is closing its West End location on Hyndland Street for good on Sunday after 18 months.

Customers were given 24 hours notice of the closure.

Owners are hoping to secure a new location in the area but will no longer be serving brunch as part of their business.

Fans of the cafe can still enjoy the independent business's coffee from the new city centre location on Waterloo Street.

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Owners of the cafe shared the news with their customers in a Facebook post.

They wrote: "We're moving… again.

"We know... After 18 unbelievable months at Hyndland St, we’re hanging up the brunch hat and moving on to the next chapter of Absolute Roasters.

"We’ve been working away hard for months on our new store on 10 Waterloo St, which will allow us to offer the very best of everything we’ve ever served, and some really good new stuff that just makes sense.

"Think Nitro Cold Brews, amazing fresh lunch food and the most ambitious patisserie selection we’ve ever had.

"Thank you so much to everyone who has helped us and supported us to get to this stage, our amazing customers, our family and friends and most importantly our legendary hard-working team, past and present, we really can’t thank you enough for being absolute roasters with us.

"It's not a goodbye to the West End, it’s a see you soon, we’ll be back, we’re still searching for the perfect space, albeit without a brunch kitchen.

"Give us a shout if you’re in the know.

"This weekend will be our last at 70 Hyndland St.

"We appreciate this is last minute, but it’s been in the works for a while, as quite a few of you may already have known.

"So come along, get your brunch fix from us, Sunday will be our last day here.

"We’re not leaving you empty-handed, we’re still open at Washington Street and there’s an amazing business moving into 70 Hyndland St right after us.

"So keep an eye out for them and show them some love.

"Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts.

"See you soon."