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They do say location is vital when it comes to running a successful restaurant.
We had previously enjoyed delicious handmade cakes in Valerie’s Brasserie, however, this was the first time we decided to try their grilled snacks and main meals.
The winter chill saw us seeking a warm up and we dug out the menu for this old favourite in Crown Street to spice up our evening’s eat.
I didn't know there was a Nepalese/Indian takeaway at Kittybrewster retail park until we drove past at night and saw it all lit up.
We'd heard good things about this place, where a window to the milking shed means you can see the cows coming in for milking.
If it’s true what they say and variety is the spice of life, then Cafe Andaluz has nailed it.
There are, believe it or not, some advantages to acting as chauffeur for the teenage princess who lives with you.
Hazlehead Park was filled with families when we arrived to walk our dog in the woods there.
It was on a visit to take part in Dizzy’s long-running pub quiz that I had a look at the restaurant’s tasty sounding menu and made a mental note to return.
Italian is a popular choice in Aberdeen, but it is often hard to know if the spaghetti Bolognese you’re digging into has been tailored to a British palette.
After more than an hour’s walk round Haddo Estate with my dog, my sister and I had built up a healthy appetite, and, as nice as its busy wee cafes are, we fancied more than soup and a sandwich.
It’s time to reset that old saying about familiarity ... actually, it breeds content.
Sometimes it is nice to give yourself a cool treat to end the day.
There is only one thing better than going out for pancakes and that is having pancakes delivered to you.
As we toured the North-east recently visiting venues taking part in North East Open Studios, we were surprised to come across an Italian trattoria in the tiny community of Kirkton of Skene.
One of the best things about living in the North-east is there’s always new places to explore and discover.
I’ve never heard a peep about the food at the DoubleTree by Hilton the decade I’ve lived in Aberdeen – but it turns out it might just be one of the best restaurants in town.
Vegan takeouts are a hard treat to track down, but Zizzi is streets ahead of its high street dining rivals.
This relatively new restaurant on the Aberdeen dinning scene has been getting rave reviews since it opened earlier this year.
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.