Talk of the Town is Society’s roundup of some of the Northeast’s best food and drink deals, specials and hot spots on offer each week.
After tasting Turkish cuisine this weekend? This restaurant in Banchory has many options…
Since opening just before Christmas last year, Olive Tree Banchory on Dee Street has been delighting North East foodies with its wide range of Turkish dishes.
The homemade baklava is one of the restaurant’s must-haves. Grilled favorites like kofte are the star of the show, but authentic meze starters are also on hand here.
Children can also eat with pleasure thanks to a wide range of options – what’s not to love?
Grapes and cereals
This classy wine bar on Thistle Street in Aberdeen is the perfect place if you want to spend a lavish weekend.
Wines from different regions of the world impress at varying prices.
Cocktails are also freshly made according to the seasons and the range of light bites on offer are irresistible. Try one of the venue’s catering slates, you won’t regret it.
Sometimes you can’t beat a takeout when it comes to the weekend. If you’re looking for one of the best Chinese options in Aberdeen, Fu Kwai on Summerhill Court is one of the best in town.
Big portions come at very reasonable prices here with plenty of curries, sweet and sour and other Chinese takeaways to choose from. Remains in abundance!
Miller & Carter
This steakhouse is renowned throughout the country for its fine cuisine.
Aberdonians can get their share at its Union Street restaurant where steaks of all shapes and sizes don’t disappoint.
Push the boat further with its steak experiences or step down on Thursdays for its date night offer where three-course meals cost less than £30 pp.
Oor Wullie’s Braw Fish and Chips
As if Oor Wullie wasn’t legend enough already, his Braw Fish and Chips puts his name on the Aberdeen food and drink map.
Based on Great Western Road, gluten-free fish suppers are available here alongside other chip shop favourites.
Ice cream is also served here and the comical packaging of each item is a marvel in itself.
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[Turkish delights at this Banchory grill restaurant]