You may not know this, but tucked away neatly inside the East block of North East Scotland College is Aberdeen’s best kept secret: Gate 63!
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Whether you are looking for night out, arranging a family gathering or just catching up with friends, the newly reopened Palki Indian Cuisine is the best place in Inverurie for a fantastic meal.
A popular Aberdeen pub has reopened after an internal transformation.
Having been open for around six months now, Cognito on the Corner has very much placed itself as a must-visit for those looking to eat out in Aberdeen.
A popular Italian restaurant is offering vegans a whole menu of dishes – and are using local produce across all of their menus.
A good value meal-for-two deal with high quality curry cuisine at this Aberdeen takeaway
Shepherd's Rest offers a varied menu with plenty of family favourites, served by smiling and helpful staff.
When it comes to top-quality steakhouses, there aren’t many around in the north-east.
Whether you're a fan of Indian food, Italian or just good-quality food, Aberdeen ensures you're well catered for.
An out of the ordinary dining experience if you’re interested in experimenting with different flavour combinations.
Tasty, fresh and authentic Chinese cuisine that always offers great flavour and value.
I hadn't ventured into this particular eatery in a couple of years due to bad experiences, so decided the time had come to give it a shot at redemption.
My favourite cuisine, undeniably, is Thai food – I love the creamy yet deep heat of a curry, the delicate flavours of a pad Thai and the punch of Thai sweet basil and bird’s eye chilli.
A long-established Aberdeen takeaway is celebrating not just one, but two new awards.
Quality food served in laidback and inviting surroundings by cheerful staff. Great spot for a long lunch or evening meet-up with pals.
Good value food and attentive, friendly staff.
Large portions of authentic Thai food. Customer service could be improved.
After a week-long eating and drinking tour to the likes of Dundee, Edinburgh and Newcastle, you need to round things off in style ... Inverbervie.
Any time I’m let loose in a carvery what I return to the table with resembles a challenge on the Man V Food TV show.
After a trip to a nearby DIY store it was imperative I found something to distract myself from potential home improvements.
It was after "one of those days" that I just couldn’t face rustling something up from the back of my fridge.
An old favourite that delivers on great taste, with fresh ingredients and plenty of food.
On a bright spring day, I took a walk from the city centre towards the beach and this appealing cafe caught my eye.
What's in a name? Wonderful by any other name would still taste as good… but the moniker is quite apt in this case.
The Jaws theme tune should have been playing every time I walked past the windows of the Kirkview Cafe and Bistro as I imagined devouring the tempting cakes and treats on display.
Seeking sustenance after a shopping visit, we decided to head upstairs in John Lewis for a quick and easy meal.
With a night out on the cards my friend Michelle – the birthday girl – fancied kicking off the celebrations with dinner.
Great value two-course meal that left us both satisfied and stuffed.
A well-priced Indian takeaway which left me with a clean plate and no complaints.
I have for the longest time enjoyed sampling pre-theatre dinners.