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.
We were lucky staff were able to squeeze us in on a visit to Ask Italian en route to the cinema on a busy evening.
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.
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.
As a dedicated foodie anything out of the ordinary coming into my radar will command my attention.
Some days there's nothing better than getting your teeth stuck into a good old sandwich.
When you have a night out planned, you are in a rush and want a takeaway, then look no further than Panda Valley on Rosemount Place.
The Holburn Bar has been given a smart new look since we were there at the end of last year, but thankfully the pub has retained its warm and inviting appeal.
At the beginning of the year my fiancee and I made a pledge to avoid the chains and eat local.
When you dine out with a food blogger who's as mad about gin as you, there's only one place to go, Cognito Deli.
I haven't ventured into this place since it was Mango Pickle - and that's clearly been a big mistake on my part.
I love dogs but I don’t have one, so I choose to live vicariously through anyone who does.
The last time I saw a photo of Fettercairn’s Royal Arch it had sheep running around under it and a supermodel waiting in the wings.
THERE'S nothing like a spot of Christmas shopping to work up an appetite.
WHEN is a chipper not a chipper? When it can take the humble fish supper and turn it into a thing of beauty.
MONDAY evenings for me are usually spent running a youth group, so I almost felt guilty sitting in a swanky restaurant eyeing up the menu, when I'd normally be covered in paint and glitter.
A TRIP into town on a Sunday is always such a laid-back affair.
GOOD restaurant waiting staff know how to tread the fine line between attentiveness and leaving customers in peace.
THE story goes that legendary author JRR Tolkien considered ‘cellar door’ the most beautiful phrase in the English language.
WE ALMOST had to make a small detour as we headed for this cosy wee restaurant - via A&E
ABERDEEN'S pre-eminent student pub has recently undergone a dramatic renovation.
SOAKING up the sun, lounging by the pool and devouring an abundance of sinful snacks and desserts until I was fit to burst.
BEING a keen gardener I’m no stranger to garden centres. But these days the food many of them dish up is as big a draw as the plants for sale.
MY SON and his soon-to-be wife both love Dil Se so much they know the phone number off by heart.