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Spice it up!

Since opening its doors in July 2015, Thaikhun in Union Square has established itself as a firm favourite among Aberdeen restaurant goers. As you step inside, the authentic décor, the waft of spices and the uniquely warm welcome combine to transport you to the streets of Bangkok, which is where Thaikhun’s co-founder, Kim Kaewkraikhot, got…

Chef focus: James Pratt

Like many chefs, James Pratt, discovered his calling by chance. ‘At 15, I started work as a kitchen porter in a local hotel, then moved to the front of house, learning the floor and bar. Really, it was by pure chance I came back to working in the kitchen. A chef friend was shorthanded and…

Cocktail Hour; Religious Robbery

Ingredients: ■ 50ml Porter’s Gin ■ 25ml Spiced Pineapple Cordial ■ 25ml Roasted Coconut Juice ■ 2 dashes of Dr. Adam Elmegirab’s Teapot Bitters Religious Robbery is a stirred down, grown up twist on a Piña Colada. Taking inspiration from a drink from a month long menu at Worship Street Whistling Shop, the drink is…

Musa; always merry, whatever the season…

Musa’s winning combination of amazing food, boutique drinks, art and fantastic live music in a relaxed atmosphere and intimate setting means you’re guaranteed a good time whenever you go! Try the festive Winter Menu complete with a glass of Prosecco to add some sparkle. If you thirst for knowledge, head to the new Malt Whisky…

Ask The Chef

Festive entertaining with Eat On The Green’s ‘Kilted Chef’ Craig Wilson… Home-made canapés are easy to make, and the perfect way to use up leftovers – be bold and be experimental! Using a ready-made puff pastry sheet, make all your leftovers into a paste (chicken, bacon, potato etc.), spread onto the pastry and roll into…

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