More restaurants and places to eat in Aberdeen City and Shire
The Malmaison Brasserie in the Malmaison Hotel - also known as The Aberdeen Mal, in the city centre of Aberdeen
Enjoy fantastic cuisine across the region prepared using freshly sourced ingredients
Sample the region's superb seafood
After a day exploring Aberdeen City and Shire’s many attractions, indulge in a real foodie experience by enjoying the unique and mouth-watering flavours in the region’s excellent eateries.
From idyllic waterfront restaurants and country house hotels to award-winning fish and chip shops and cosmopolitan bistros, the region's eateries showcase the very best local ingredients. With fresh seasonal dishes, Aberdeen Angus beef and seafood to Thai and Italian menus, Aberdeen, like most major cities features something to suit all palattes.
The north-east's world-class seafood can be enjoyed in many eateries such as the Tolbooth Seafood Restaurant in Stonehaven which features a catch of the day including crabs and lobsters. Stonehaven is also home to The Bay Fish and Chips, the award-winning takeaway which has been serving up the freshly caught haddock since it opened its doors in 2006.
Tucked away down a lane in Aberdeen's City Centre, Le Cafe Boheme is a small, intimate restaurant, with an authentic French Cafe decor. Buzzing at lunch, candlelit and warm at night, with jazz in the background.
The Grassic Gibbon Centre is situated in Arbuthnott, in the very heart of the beautiful Mearns countryside, the spiritual home of the Scots novelist James Leslie Mitchell, better known by his pen name Lewis Grassic Gibbon.
The Cow Shed Restaurant offers a relaxed dining experience set in the tranquil surroundings of the Banchory countryside. With an eye catching wine cellar and part open kitchen, we offer seasonal, modern Scottish food for lunch and dinner.
The Restaurant at the Craighaar has a deserved reputation as a real venue for food - you will definitely savour the opportunity to enjoy gourmet meals in our stylish, newly-refurbished Restaurant at the Craighaar.