Our Top 5 Bars and Restaurants to Visit in Aberdeen this Weekend

Aberdeen’s bar and restaurant scene is better than ever, with a full range of themes and cuisines to suit everyone’s pallet. Whether you fancy a sophisticated drink, to a large casual dinner with friends to the best of both worlds Aberdeen has got you covered. Here are our top 5 picks…


No.10 Bar and Restaurant
Located in the swanky West end, No.10 Bar and Restaurant offers an elegant, sophisticated dining experience which has gained it a multiple-award winning status. With 8 menus to choose from you’ll be spoilt for choice. From roast chump of lamb to strawberry Eton mess, you’ll hardly have room for the delicious cocktails such as Hendricks Summer Mule or the Teasmith Southside!
All menus, contact information and even a virtual tour is all available on the website at http://no10aberdeen.co.uk/

Foodstory
If quirky, independent cafes are more your kind of thing that you must check of Foodstory! The café itself is build out of recycled materials with all the furniture having been salvaged or donated. Here you can enjoy veggie and vegan food as well specialist artisan coffee! You can see for yourself at http://foodstorycafe.co.uk/our-story/

Yatai Izakaya

If authentic Japanese food is more your cup of tea than Yatai Izakaya is the place to be! Hidden within the mist of cocktail bars, Yatai Izakaya focuses on traditional Japanese cooking methods, with chefs cooking directly in front of the customers. Take a look for yourself at their stunning website http://www.yatai.co.uk/

The Tippling House
One of Aberdeen’s most high-end cocktail bars, The Tippling House attracts celebrities such as comedian Russell Howard and it’s easy to see why. Located at the end of Belmont Street, down some romantically lit stairs, you’ll find the award winning bartenders making some of the yummiest cocktails in Aberdeen. For more information and to take a lot at their devine menus go to http://www.thetipplinghouse.com/downloads/drink.pdf

Silver Darling 
Last but definitely not least, Silver Darling seafood restaurant. Located in the former Customs House at Pocra Quay, you are guaranteed some of the best views in Aberdeen. Enjoy the likes of Carlingford rock oysters, while watching ships from all over the world coming into port, as well as an odd dolphin or too. Take a gander at their mouth-watering menu at http://www.thesilverdarling.co.uk/