Category Archive Places to Eat

Aberdeen Restaurants: Nargile

As Aberdeen’s only Turkish restaurant and ambassadors of Turkish cuisine, we offer you this menu of authentic Middle Eastern dishes, all freshly prepared using only the freshest local produce, cooked to order and complemented by specially imported traditional herbs and spices.

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Aberdeen Pubs and Bars 10: The Fierce Bar

The Fierce Bar, Aberdeen

“Fierce Bar Aberdeen is the first bar that local brewery Fierce Beer opened in April 2018.
They offer a wide variety of their own flavour packed beers, along with guest beers from collaboration partners including a local gin and tonic on draft. A fine selection of local spirits & mixers including gin, rum, vodka and whisky are available along with Bourbon, Tequila, rose, red and white wine and prosecco.
As a company Fierce believe in provenance and supporting local business where possible. With this, their food menu offers sandwiches delivered daily from Contour Cafe, cheese boxes from Gourmet Cheese Co. that contain 3 different cheeses, crackers, oatcakes and a chutney. The chutney is also made locally from Bakery Lane who also provide beautiful gooey brownies made with Fierce Beer.
Tea and coffee and a selection of non-alcohol drinks are also available.
A cosy welcoming spot for anyone to go, relax and be looked after.”


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Aberdeen Pubs and Bars 9: Six Degrees North

Six Degrees North

“We opened in June 2013 serving the very best in Belgian beer, as well as embracing the burgeoning UK craft beer revolution.
Our wonderful venue was originally an Anatomical Theatre, before opening as a bar in the 1980s.
BEER. We have 24 taps, rotating regularly, pouring new and exciting beers from all around the world. View our taplist online here:
BOTTLES. We have a comprehensive Belgian bottle list, hand-picked and imported ourselves from the motherland (Belgium).
SPIRITS. You’ll find an ample selection of spirits on our back bar; a host of excellent Scottish gins, whisky’s and rum.
FOOD. We offer a fine mix of gourmet toasties, charcuterie boards and snacks. View our menu online here:
TASTINGS. Keen to find out more about beer or the brewing process? We host regular tutored tastings that are tailored to you. From entry-level beginners, to beer geek aficionados…we have tastings suitable for all. Speak to our team for more info.
Having a party or meeting for after work drinks? Book to reserve your favourite table. Simply call, email or message us on Facebook to book.
EVENTS. We host regular events at the bar (tap takeovers // meet the brewers // art exhibitions). Keep an eye on our social media for upcoming events.
DOGS. six°north is a dog friendly bar. Ask behind the bar for dog treats and water bowls.”

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Aberdeen Restaurants: Carmelite

Carmelite Restaurant and Hotel

“This chic venue located in the city’s merchant quarter, encompasses designed boutique rooms, eclectic suites and economy accommodation. Relax in either booth, lounge or formal dining seating for coffees, theatrical cocktails, whilst choosing from menus of local foods including char-grilled steaks, informal bar munchies, and a fabulous selection of champagnes and wines.
Carmelite is only a 3-minute walk from Aberdeen transport hub (train & coach station, direct airport link & harbour), surrounded with the city’s retail centres and minutes from cultural and entertainment venues such as Tivoli Theatre, Maritime Museum, His Majesty’s Theatre, Civic quarter and many others. “

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Aberdeen Pubs and Bars 8: The Wild Boar

The Wild Boar

The story goes that the long main room of The Wild Boar, with its magnificent arched ceiling, used to belong to a painter and decorator whose apprentices would hone their skills on the elaborate cornicing. True or not, it’s certainly an impressive ceiling that adds a touch of class to this popular bar. Busy seven days a week, it’s the kind of place where it’s easy to settle down and get comfy with one of our 21 different gins or a bottle of Wine or Prosecco, whether it’s in the grand ground-floor room or the cosy downstairs space with its low lighting, cushioned couches and booth seating

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Aberdeen Restaurants: Yatai Izakaya

Yatai Izakaya is an intimate local eatery with a casual atmosphere, modern Japanese food that practices traditional technique while utilising the best ingredients that Aberdeenshire has to offer…

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Aberdeen Pubs and Bars 7: CASC

“Welcome to CASC bar. We specialise in Cigars, Ale, Scotch and Coffee
Cigars – Tucked away to the rear of the bar sits Aberdeen’s only walk-in humidor, specialising in Cuban cigars.
Ale – We love beer. Our extensive craft and world beer selection includes an ever-changing range of 24 draught beers offering some of the most exciting, original and (most importantly) delicious beers from around the world. Don’t fancy draught? That’s fine; our fridges are jam-packed with over 200 varieties of bottled beers too.
Scotch – Our bar gantry sports one of the most impressive Scotch whisky collections in the city. Fact. Not only do we stock over 250 different choices, but we do our best to track down some of the more unusual expressions from some of your favourite distilleries. We also offer a range of regional tasting flights, whisky tasting events and our staff will gladly help you choose the perfect beer and whisky pairings.
Coffee – With both espresso and syphon brewing methods and a choice of coffee bean styles and flavours, we aim to provide you with the best coffee experience in town. Not only that but our coffee menu runs late into the evening allowing you to enjoy a brew anytime you like.
At CASC you may feel like you’re spoiled for choice, but our friendly, passionate staff are always happy to help you select the perfect drink for any occasion.”


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Aberdeen Restaurants: The Silver Darling

The Silver Darling

Situated in the former Customs House at the mouth of Aberdeen Harbour, The Silver Darling has recently embarked on a new voyage.
Renovated to the highest of standards, The Silver Darling has been transformed with stylish interiors that celebrate their unique heritage and complement the stunning setting for memorable meals.
The Silver Darling has an upstairs dining area which boasts floor to ceiling glass windows, providing panoramic views of Aberdeen’s beach, harbour and the historic fishing village of Footdee – affectionately known as ‘Fittie’ by the locals.
With a passion for quality food and drink, The Silver Darling’s menus have been carefully curated to showcase the finest selection of Scottish produce from Aberdeen Angus Beef to the freshest fish and shellfish dishes, in a laid-back yet sophisticated atmosphere.
The Silver Darling is the perfect setting to gaze at the sweeping sea coastline, watch the ships sail by, or in the summer months you may be lucky to catch a glimpse of the dolphins and seals bobbing in the bay…


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The Silver Darling Website

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Aberdeen Pubs and Bars 6: The College

The College Bar

“Taking its name from the old Christ’s College building in which it is housed, The College is a very welcome addition to the Aberdeen bar scene. Located on Union Street in the city’s thriving West End, it’s part of the PBDevco empire (the people behind Soul Casino, Soul Bar, Babylon, the Howff and the Bieldside Inn) but doesn’t feel particularly chain-y, having been done out sympathetically and stylishly. Flaming torches light your way as you cross the threshold; inside you’ll find cool stone floors, exposed brickwork and an abundance of blond wood and brushed steel. It’s an attractive urban space that combines the historic with the contemporary. By day it serves tasty deli lunches to the suited and the shoppers, but it really livens up in the evenings with an in-house DJ and a smart, lively crowd who are mainly in their late twenties and early thirties. Weeknights it’s a popular after work spot, though weekends it is more of a party destination. It also shows sporting events (the place boasts 2 HD projectors and 11 plasma screens) so whether that makes it a place to head for or to avoid on match days will depend on your attitude to the Beautiful Game. Cocktails are reasonably priced and though the menu is neither particularly exciting nor extensive, the usual suspects are all accounted for so you’re unlikely not to find something you like regulars should consider membership, which lets you buy cocktails for less than a fiver on Friday and Saturday nights. So if you find yourself athirst in the granite city, be sure to check this place out.”

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Aberdeen Restuarants: Howies

Howies Aberdeen

“Founded in 1990, Howies is a family owned restaurant collection based in Scotland.

‘Scottish, seasonal & seriously tasty’ is how we like to describe our menus and we’ve been cooking up a storm using the very best Scottish produce for over 25 years! Our menus evolve with the seasons and feature traditional Scottish dishes, seasonal fresh fish and game as well as seriously tasty vegetarian and vegan options.”

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