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It's been too long since I last visited Murdos to put their menu to the taste test.
Last Sunday, I decided to treat my flatmate to a Thai takeaway.
By this stage in my life, and with more than my fair share of meals out under my belt, you’d think I would know my way around a menu.
The Store at Foveran is one of those places most of us wish we could shop.
Fancying a fishy treat after a busy week, we decided to forego the usual haddock and chips in front of the telly and treat ourselves to a slightly more luxurious option.
Spicy food and value for money are two of my favourite things.
Chasing the last of the sunshine before autumn truly sets in, we headed to the coast.
This year I’ve been doing my best to avoid chain restaurants – there’s more than enough brilliant eateries around Aberdeen.
Once upon a time going out for a birthday meal with my urchin involved somewhere with a good kids’ menu, bottomless softies and a caterpillar chocolate cake with candles presented by singing staff.
Keen to try somewhere different for a takeaway dinner last week we stumbled upon Paco’s Tacos while looking online.
My mum and I have become quite regular features in Grays Inn of late.
With a plan to try somewhere different to our usual haunts, we decided to head into town to Halo – a spot we’d never tried before.
Returning to one of my old haunts after so long I was eager to see if the food was still as good.
Double bonus is dodging a shopping trip to town, then having your dinner brought home to you.
It's the eating out fan dance we have all done ... “I fancy Chinese” ... “I prefer Indian” ... “How about Thai then?”
When it comes to burgers or hot dogs there are a lot of choices in Aberdeen – but few offer the quality, quantity and value of The Wig.
There are many great Chinese takeaways around Aberdeen.
On Sunday night I decided I would treat the family to a takeaway.
Aberdeen’s summer seems to have lasted a little longer than usual this year.
As a dedicated foodie anything out of the ordinary coming into my radar will command my attention.
Rustico has been a long-established Southern-Italian Aberdeen staple since it opened in 2001.
This new kid on the block, replacing the iconic Schooner, bills itself as a coffee and ale house.
After chapping several balls round a field on a golf course in Deeside my mum and I decided on a chipper as a best way to end the day.
I love trying new things and so when I heard about a 100% vegan co-op cafe in Aberdeen, I was intrigued.
Aberdeen is blessed with a plethora of Indian restaurants ... which can pose a problem when you open a new one.
From the outside it dominates the street with the large wooden painted panels and the immaculately cleaned granite, yet on the inside it is a quaint boozer bustling with people enjoying themselves after a hard week’s graft.
Inn at the Park was in the news recently when a takeover ensured the business - a fixture on Aberdeen's dining scene for many years - would continue to serve the community.
As fans of east Asian cuisine, my friend and I decided to try Yorokobi by CJ, a fusion of Japanese and Korean food, after hearing great reviews.
For a recently-opened café in the centre of the city, a friendly, funny and helpful waiter like ours must be worth his weight in gold.
Admittedly I had never been to Moonfish Cafe prior to Saturday night.