To celebrate their newly-refurbished restaurant on Great Western Road, the Ashvale has teamed up with the Evening Express to give one lucky winner fish and chips for a year!
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 long-established Aberdeen takeaway is celebrating not just one, but two new awards.
Large portions of authentic Thai food. Customer service could be improved.
What's in a name? Wonderful by any other name would still taste as good… but the moniker is quite apt in this case.
A well-priced Indian takeaway which left me with a clean plate and no complaints.
Every time the weekend rolls around I’m in the mood for a dinner treat.
Massive portions of great tasting food – a little order mix up didn’t dampen our enthusasim.
The Asiana Kitchen now has AK box meals on offer.
Flavoursome and hearty comfort food that is great value for money.
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.
Absolutely faultless food with an eye to quality, value and sustainable fishing that makes The Bay a jewel of the North-east.
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.
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.
When it comes to burgers or hot dogs there are a lot of choices in Aberdeen – but few offer the quality, quantity and value of The Wig.
There are many great Chinese takeaways around Aberdeen.
National Fish and Chip Day was being celebrated at chippers across the North-east today.
We all have them - one of those nights where the cupboards are bare, we can't be bothered to go to the shops and the thought of going to a restaurant is just a bit too much of an effort.
As I stood in the harsh lighting, waiting for my food to be handed to me in a paper bag I wondered how I just paid £32 for two burgers, two fries and two beers.
Paula had a hankering for Thai and with plans afoot for me to cook dinner, I wasn't going to argue.
In hindsight, this was perhaps not the most logical pick for someone who doesn't like tea or coffee.
Tucked away in the arches of Aberdeen's railway is one of the finest little sandwich shops in the city.
CUP on Belmont Street has always been a long-time favourite of both my partner and I.
Ordering a takeaway from a new restaurant can always be a case of trial and error.
It might be summer but the sun didn't get the memo that it is was supposed to be brightening up our day.
If, like me, you're a newbie to this tucked away curry place here's some top advice. Yes, it really is in the Langdykes pub.
Things didn't get off to the best of starts when it took almost an hour and a half for our delivery to arrive. I could understand the delay if we'd ordered at 7.30pm on a Saturday, but midweek at 5pm?
The weekend’s impending end had leeched the motivation from me to prepare a Sunday roast and I instead dialled in a curry.