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Bhan Thai is Aberdeen’s oldest Thai restaurant, having been around since 2006. It’s longevity is for a simple reason – it offers outstanding, authentic Thai food. Add to that the delightful atmosphere of the dining room and the friendly service.
Swift and friendly service and great quality food at a reasonable price.
Small but perfectly formed menu, great tasting sandwiches and speedy service.
Tasty Italian dishes served in a traditional Sicilian restaurant.
Waiting staff were attentive even if service was slow in the busy restaurant. A truly superb meal which makes this city centre hotel well worth your while seeking out – especially if you love fine food.
Massive portions of great tasting food – a little order mix up didn’t dampen our enthusasim.
Wandering the city centre aimlessly on a Saturday, it was news of a dog photoshoot in Siberia that drew us in.
It’s funny how you see a thing so many times before you actually “see” it.
The Asiana Kitchen now has AK box meals on offer.
Great place for a hearty meal on a cold afternoon. Portion sizes are great for the price.
the food is authentic, produce is fresh and it is great value for money to boot. Plus, there is so much left over you cannot leave without taking home a doggie bag with you! What’s not to love?
Good food and great value – certainly if you can eat as much as we did. The staff are very welcoming and attentive making this a great spot for a meal out.
Tasty fresh food that was packed with flavour in a funky spot to enjoy a meal out.
Flavoursome and hearty comfort food that is great value for money.
Stopping off on the way to the cinema one day, my daughter and I popped by this city centre hostelry – and were surprised and impressed by the choice on offer on its extensive menu.
With any hope of clinging onto any weight-loss New Year’s resolution already out the window, it was Qismat 2’s turn to sort out my curry pangs.
On a cold Sunday afternoon, me and my boyfriend decided to treat ourselves to a nice romantic meal.
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.