Quality food served in laidback and inviting surroundings by cheerful staff. Great spot for a long lunch or evening meet-up with pals.
Aberdeen’s Exhibition Centre was last night transformed into a giant ice arena and sprinkled with magic for the Disney on Ice latest offering Worlds of Enchantment.
Large portions of authentic Thai food. Customer service could be improved.
Bloody 'Ell, is it that time of year already.
Dressed in a trendy black suit with flashes of red and sporting a new blonder hair style, Gary Barlow received a thunderous welcome to the Granite City.
This year’s Aberdeen Student Show started off with a bang…bang.
Great value two-course meal that left us both satisfied and stuffed.
It may be a tale as old as time, but Aberdeen Youth Music Theatre’s take on Disney classic Beauty and The Beast was a joy to behold.
Pricey but plentiful with generous portions of Chinese dishes.
Great tasting sushi with a wide variety of fish, meat and vegetable dishes.
Asian Kitchen's a friendly, well-priced eatery willing to meet customers’ requests.
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The subterranean thumping you can hear throughout Will Gluck's family-friendly adventure isn't Beatrix Potter's eponymous floppy-eared creation and his anthropomorphic clan as they bound excitedly around their warren.
A woman's most cherished asset - her reputation - is at the mercy of jealous, controlling men in director Garth Davis's revisionist religious drama, which attempts to wash away the stains of ill repute from Jesus' devoted disciple.
Lara Croft, the underdressed heroine of the Tomb Raider video game franchise, is a survivor.
Review: Singing, dancing and lots of laughter, the Aberdeen Scout Gang Show is an unmissable family show
The audience had a great time checking out Aberdeen Scout Gang Show last night.
Joe Bonamassa’s mix of intricate licks from a master’s guitar and punchy vocals accented a virtuoso performance.
Ed Byrne’s set was packed with laughs and personal experiences, including a hatred of bucket-lists, an unsuccessful trip to Lapland and his son, Magnus, almost making a London Zoo keeper cry.
Acerbic, challenging but always hilarious Stewart Lee can go so close to the bone he cuts into the marrow.
Dara O Briain’s a bit miffed with us.
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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.
Just when you thought it was all ogre – smash hit musical Shrek has returned to Aberdeen and is a stomping success.
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.
Since 1929, only five women have been nominated for the coveted Directing statuette at the Academy Awards and only one of those hopefuls won - Kathryn Bigelow in 2009 for The Hurt Locker.
Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro recaptures the visual splendour and simmering menace of his Oscar-winning 2006 fantasy Pan's Labyrinth with a swoon-inducing reimagining of the Beauty And The Beast fairy tale set in 1962 Baltimore.
The Treading the Boards cast clocked-in to a packed Aberdeen Arts Centre with their latest offering 9 to 5: The Musical.
Smart speakers have become one of the most talked-about gadgets of today – a fact that is likely to continue now that Apple has entered the market with HomePod.