It’s funny how you see a thing so many times before you actually “see” it.
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.
On a cold Sunday afternoon, me and my boyfriend decided to treat ourselves to a nice romantic meal.
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.
The freshest of ingredients are used, and its clear the owner is passionate about great food. Read Donna's full review of No 10.
I’ve often ambled past Ambal’s as I walk to my bus stop and recalled the wonderful evening meals we’ve enjoyed there.
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.
There are, believe it or not, some advantages to acting as chauffeur for the teenage princess who lives with you.
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.
It’s time to reset that old saying about familiarity ... actually, it breeds content.
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.
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.
The Spider's Web has long been renowned for dishing up great pub lunches with portions to satisfy even the biggest appetites.
Like so many Aberdeen landmarks, this traditional Italian eatery seems to have been a part of the fabric of the city forever.
I've been aware of Native for years - but never quite got round to actually going.
For some reason the Ferryhill House Hotel is firmly locked in my mind as a summer place.
When things are all getting a bit hectic and a touch stressy, we have a saying in Begbie Towers ... just go Zen.
Christmas is coming and you know what that means ... wall-to-wall festive menus wherever you go.
When it comes to Chinese food there isn't exactly a lack of choice pretty much anywhere these days.
As someone who is always striving to find new heights of curry cuisine there was an inevitability I would end up in 8848.
Aberdeen isn't short of a few choices when it comes to Thai restaurants.
With the big match kicking off at noon, we all agreed to forego our customary Pittodrie pies and go for a late lunch instead.
A bar and restaurant is in high spirits after winning an industry award.
I hadn't heard of Howies until recently when it was recommended by a friend.
The last time I visited Barcelona, a few years back, my friend and I arrived late and were in need of some grub.
If you find yourself properly hungry in Aberdeen city centre Hey Brazil is one of the best places you can grab a table.