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A cold night in the Granite City meant it was time for a curry to warm the cockles.
You certainly get value for money at Bon East with generous portions of really tasty Chinese favourites which were packed with flavour.
Friendly and cosy environment with delicious salads and soups – on the pricier side, but worth every penny.
Pret’s a safe bet if you’re looking for tasty sandwiches and light bites that are always a bit different and at prices that won’t break the bank.
One of the better Chinese takeaways to emerge in recent years. Seemed clean and the staff were friendly.
La Lombarda does what it does best ... dishing up authentic Italian cuisine. The food is as delicious as it has always been and prices remain good value, however, main course portion sizes could have been a bit bigger.
Bright flavours and friendly staff add to the dining experience if you’re looking for a mid-week treat after work. Delicious elements from Spain’s kitchens have been replicated so we could enjoy them in our own backyard.
Always warm and welcoming, this traditional Italian restaurant offers delicious dishes from a classic menu.
Slow boat, despite it's name, offers quick delivery, average food and it's not too expensive.
The Justice Mill offers a good range of options on a varied menu at budget prices.
After a long day of Christmas shopping in the blistering cold, a warm and comforting meal was the only thing on my mind.
A frosty Sunday calls for a belly full of potatoes and the suggestion of a pub lunch by my boyfriend was music to my ears.
With the temperature plummeting and sleet beginning to fall, we were only too pleased to seek refuge in this cosy bistro for a late lunch.
Absolutely faultless food with an eye to quality, value and sustainable fishing that makes The Bay a jewel of the North-east.
The freshest of ingredients are used, and its clear the owner is passionate about great food. Read Donna's full review of No 10.
Great food and delicious sauces with massive portions – there’s not much to fault on the culinary side at all. The staff are friendly, helpful and attentive but the restaurant itself can be a bit loud, so probably not one for a quiet meal out. Read Gary's full review of Jack's Steakhouse here.
Newtonhill Tandoori offered excellent quality of food matched by quantity enough for a set meal to do supper and next-day lunch. Seek it out.
Mamma Pizza offers friendly, speedy, service with great tasting handmade pizza. Well worth seeking out for a bite to eat according to our reviewer
I’ve often ambled past Ambal’s as I walk to my bus stop and recalled the wonderful evening meals we’ve enjoyed there.
Going for takeaway sandwiches on a day off work might seem like the height of laziness.
Just over a year ago I discovered Royal Thai for the first time and really enjoyed it.
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.