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Local Restaurants & Places to Eat around Aberdeen

Howies

50 Chapel St, Aberdeen AB10 1SN, UK – 01224 639500

Great food with quality ingredients well cooked. Very friendly helpful staff. Perfect for a mixed family group aged 27 - 82. We had a lovely time : )

Visited Howies for lunch and had the 2 course menu for £11.95. Started with some Olive tapenade, lovely home baked bread and balsamic. Moved onto Cullen Skink for a starter, and it was truly delicious. Opted for Battered half fillet of North Sea haddock with pea puree and homemade tarter sauce as a main and again was fantastic. Excellent meal, friendly knowledgeable staff, nicely decorated and well presented fresh tasty food. All for a very reasonable price, would highly recommend.

Pasta Plus

119 Rosemount Pl, Aberdeen AB25 2YH, UK – 01224 624030

Oh so good. Couldn't have asked for any better. Friendly owner. And hats off to the chef. Going back tomorrow it so good!!!

I have been in Scotland now for a few weeks on a Vacation... I was really wanting a yummy pasta meal and this has been a bit of a challenge to find... We arrived in Aberdeen today and stumbled upon this little gem! One of the best pasta dishes I have had in general... Not just in Scotland! We are here for two nights and will be back tomorrow for dinner. I had a mushroom tortolini in a tomato sauce... Was very very good. My husband's dish was even better... Was some kind of ham ,spicey tomato sauce... With rigatoni noodles ! Also the tiramisu was off the hook as well as the panacotta! Do yourself a favor and check out this super cute small little gem of a restaurant in Aberdeen Prices were VERY reasonable!

Bonobo Cafe

73-75 Skene St, Aberdeen AB10 1QD, UK – 01224 636777

Really lovely staff and atmosphere. My only complaint is that then Scottish Breakfast doesn't come with the vegan haggis or bacon as standard - two things I think are essential in a Scottish breakfast - but that's a very minor complaint. The food is fresh and tasty, the music is louder than in most places but isn't intrusive and gives it a more laid back feel. Food is very tasty and fresh. The scrambles tofu really surprised me with how good it is too.

There's a price to pay for vegan coffee more than the cash and it's the flavour. Nice roof garden though. I'm slightly biased as I believe the menu could be improved by the inclusion of a mutton pie or two.