Set in the historical heart of the city this restaurant has a relaxed, informal atmosphere, with friendly staff. The menu makes good use of fresh Scottish produce
Aberdeen wears its titles with pride. With sparkling granite buildings, the cosmopolitan city has one of Scotlands most enchanting skylines, while the historical old town has an air of time gone by.
Café 52 is located in the historic area of Aberdeen City Centre known as the Green. A varied and contemporary menu awaits. Diners will enjoy interesting interiors in the Cafe and alfresco dining on warmer days.
Oven baked chicken leg with beetroot and dill cous cous: "The chicken leg had a golden crisp skin. The meat was moist and fell off of the bone." "The cous cous had a good texture. It was flavoured with beetroot, peas, butter beans, capers, fresh tomato, chick peas and dill."