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.
An attractive, light, warm and inviting restaurant with very friendly and well-informed staff. Service is from a counter which is well stocked with fresh home made cakes and hot savoury items. A very good place for lunch.
Located half a mile from the city centre , The Doubletree by Hilton Aberdeen City Centre offers picturesque coastal views and is only a short distance from the long sandy beachfront. Savour 4-star dining in the stylish Footdee Restaurant.
Whether you are on a business trip, a mini break or are simply looking for great food & wine, The Mal Brasserie will restore your spirits with a delicious and sophisticated menu of dishes made from the finest local produce.
Inverurie Garden & Machinery Centre's award winning restaurant, Potters Kitchen prides itself with serving freshly prepared food using only the finest and locally sourced ingredients in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
The Garden Restaurant is a huge attraction for visitors and we're proud to be acknowledged as one of the north-east's most popular eating establishments. With comfortable seating and friendly waitress service you'll be reluctant to leave.
The Mains of Drum Restaurant is located within the Garden Centre. Being on the first floor the views across the Dee Valley are stunning with many window seats available. Easily accessible by stairs or lift, disabled facilities, wheelchairs & highchai