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A Deeside Delight

Every now and then, you stumble across an unexpected delight. The Boat Inn, overlooking the Dee at Aboyne is one of these special places. The family-owned 18th century coaching inn started as a watering spot for drovers in need of rest and sustenance. You’ll feel welcome even if you turn up with muddy boots and…

Trend Tries… The Ferryhill House Hotel

After a busy weekend of shopping and merriment, the cosy and relaxed atmosphere of the Ferryhill House Hotel was just the place for some much-needed R&R and good home-style cooking. Situated in leafy Ferryhill, just a stone’s throw away from the city centre, the Ferryhill House Hotel has long been a popular dining haunt for…

Chef Focus: Andrew Gray of 1906

Meet Andrew Gray, the head chef at 1906, the restaurant at HMT. ‘Like many chefs, I’ve always had a passion for food! Cooking is a family tradition – two of my family were chefs and I remember being sent to work in the kitchen with my Dad for being bad when I was about 13.…

8848: The peak of curry perfection

It’s not often we find our mouths watering when we’re just talking about a restaurant, but Union Street’s 8848 is simply the peak of curry perfection. 8848’s open kitchen offers sublimely spiced authentic Nepali dishes, which combine Indian and Asian influences. The 8848 team support the Buy North East campaign, so dishes are made with…

Beyond Lettuce

Eat on the Green’s Craig Wilson, The Kilted Chef  offers some tips for summer salads. Salads are great for eating indoors or al fresco, but there’s a lot more you can do than chopping up an iceberg lettuce. We grow mizuna, mustard frill and oak leaf lettuce mixed with edible flowers in the restaurant’s polytunnel,…

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