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Top restaurant recommendations from locals

Restaurant
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“Shopping - Ladies, Gents, delicatessen & cafe. 15 minute drive from St Trinneans. ”
  • 29 locals recommend
Meal Takeaway
“Just a really good cafe with a varied list of healthy food options, mainly vegetarian and vegan. Whilst you are there head upstairs and checkout their whole foods store. ”
  • 22 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Cycle or walk the Speyside Way to Andersons or jump in the car. Worth a visit, catering for GF, DF, Vegan...…...try their fondue nights or pie night.....Booking essential”
  • 26 locals recommend
Bar
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“Soul Bar is a beautifully renovated church. The clientele tends to be a good mix of age groups. You can also eat there and the food is excellent. Contact me for more information as there are so many places to suit all sorts of music genres and styles”
  • 15 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“Traditional and plentiful Italian dishes. It is quite small and often busy with locals. Opens for Lunch and Dinner. Excellent service and delicious food.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Bar
“On the banks of the Spey, with a fine selection of whiskies, a good menu, lunch and dinner available.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“Possibly the best “dining with a view experience” in Aberdeen. Situated in the heart of Aberdeen harbour with floor to ceiling glass windows looking out over Aberdeen beach you may just see a dolphin or seal bobbing in the bay. ”
  • 10 locals recommend
Café
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“Excellent wholesome natural, healthy food with a lovley outdoor space to sit in! Great coffee!”
  • 7 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Stunning Castle to visit, lovely grounds and play park for children including coffee shop etc”
  • 6 locals recommend
Café
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“This Walled Garden in North-East Scotland has been lovingly restored to its former glory. One of Britain’s largest, oldest walled kitchen gardens. Enjoy fresh ingredients, picked minutes before they’re on Your plate in the family-friendly café.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Meal Takeaway
“Best Fish & Chips you can find. Right next to Aunty Betty’s so you can have your main and your desert ”
  • 10 locals recommend
Bar
“Our favourite place to enjoy seafood in a very authentic setting of an ancient inn at the spectacular bay of Findhorn Village...ask for fresh Mussels if you are close to a Thursday!”
  • 13 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Bar and restaurant. Good bar and selection with large outside beer garden when the weather allows. Close to the flat”
  • 8 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Michelin star dining in Ballater. Nestled besides the rugged contours of the Craigendarroch Hills, the Rothesay Rooms in Ballater is at the heart of a vibrant and welcoming community. It is a collaborative project between local groups and the outreach programme of HRH The Duke of Rothesay’s charity, in the wake of disastrous floods. In December 2015 Storm Frank battered Scotland and the River Dee, which flows through some of the most scenic parts of the country, burst its banks and decimated local homes and businesses in Ballater. His Royal Highness The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay visited the village, which is just six miles to the east of Balmoral Castle, shortly after the incident and pledged his support to rejuvenate the village. A Ballater Flood Appeal was quickly established and the generosity from companies and individuals in the surrounding area was incredible. In response to such overwhelming support, the idea to create a new eaterie to help rejuvenate the community and drive local business was formed. The project was galvanised further by the Cooperative Group, who kindly offered the use of a former convenience store in the village. The result is a restaurant championing the best in organic, locally-sourced produce. The 40-seat restaurant is located on the ground floor and is perfect for both intimate tables and larger groups. Decorated in the Highland style throughout, the relaxed interior boasts an array of antiques and bespoke wooden tables. The vibrant Duke of Rothesay tartan and soft glow of candlelight provide a charming accompaniment to an elegant meal or post-prandial drink. Since opening in 2016, the Rothesay Rooms has won North East of Scotland Restaurant of the Year Award 2017 and gained entry into the Michelin Guide. In 2019 The Rothesay Rooms was awarded the North East of Scotland Restaurant of the Year for the third year running. ”
  • 7 locals recommend
Bar
“Lovely harbour restaurant called ‘The Captains Table’ or dine in lounge bar or pop there for a drink in the evening. Can sit outside and enjoy views at the harbour. ”
  • 8 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Good for good quality local Scottish food. Can get busy on weekends so maybe expect a wee wait...if this is too bust there are other places along the beach to eat like The Pavillion and others!”
  • 6 locals recommend