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The Cult of Coffee
Adorned with mystical symbols reminiscent of the secretive Masons, you'd be forgiven for wondering what might lie within the coffee shop before you. Inside you'll be greeted by some of Aberdeen's best artisan coffees, with different blends on offer throughout the year, and some of the finest baking in the north east. For those that can't decide which cake should accompany their brew, we recommend the cake slider, a sampling board of all that day's offerings.

Address: 28 Esslemont Avenue | Telephone: |

Part record shop, part boozy diner: Spin is one of Aberdeen's newest eateries that has quickly built a reputation amongst musos and foodies alike. Open Wednesday-Sunday, the diner downstairs serves up delicious paninis, baked sweet potatoes and sandwiches alongside heartier meals like mac and cheese. But head upstairs and you're transported into a vinyl paradise, rammed to the gunnels with the best second-hand records money can buy. 

Address: 10 Littlejohn Street, Aberdeen | Telephone: 01224 649114 |

Filthy Gorgeous
Sometimes it's good to be bad. When you're in the mood for the dirtiest, tastiest burger in town… head to Filthy Gorgeous. They're all about the excesses in life, and you won't find anything from their menu anywhere else. Sweet potato fries topped with bacon and marshmallows, anyone? The menu might look daunting, but we recommend the Beer Belly burger which is topped with sumptuous pork belly, a beer cheese sauce and pickled onion crisps. It sounds weird, but trust us on this one.

Address: Netherkirkgate | Telephone: 01224 623801 |

Slice N Easy
Everybody loves a good pizza. And Slice N Easy, Aberdeen's newest pizza joint, has that in abundance. With a menu inspired by some of rock n roll's greatest heroes, its varied fare ensures there's something for all tastes. This isn't your standard pepperoni or ham-and-pineapple affair, and homemade chilli con carne and Caribbean jerk chicken provide some of the international flavours on offer. The Lennon (including wild mushrooms, garlic and truffle oil) is definitely worth sampling.

Address: 52-54 Langstane Place | Telephone: 01224 303330 |

Fine Dining Restaurants

A Thai fine dining experience like no other in the north east awaits in Chaophraya, one of Aberdeen's newer eateries. The restaurant's elegant décor, peppered with flavours of Thai culture, makes for the perfect backdrop against which a decadent menu is presented. Those struggling to choose from the delicacies on offer should serious consider the lamb curry, as the combination of tender lamb and Thai spices is to die for.

Address: 1 Union Terrace | Telephone: 01224 061180 |

Fusion Bar + Bistro
Hand dived king scallops. Roasted spring lamb. Espresso panacotta. This is fine dining without the pretention. Fusion Bar + Bistro offers up the highest quality cuisine, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Menus change month by month, and the early supper selection is perfect for those heading to a show at the nearby His Majesty's Theatre. For an extra special occasion, why not book the exclusive chef's table which overlooks the kitchen and get a bespoke menu created just for you.

Address: 10 North Silver Street, Aberdeen | Telephone: 01224 652959 |

Moonfish Café
Fine food with no air of pretension: that's what you'll find in Moonfish Café. Home to chef Brian McLeish, a finalist in Masterchef The Professionals, the menu changes with the seasons and always highlights the finest local produce. And if you're a gin lover, you're in luck as the restaurant boasts an extensive list of unusual brands. Remember to book early, though: with space for just 40 diners, tables are snapped up weeks in advance.

Address: 9 Correction Wynd | Telephone: 01224 644 166 |

The Kitchen Works
A relaxed café by day, at night the Kitchen Works is transformed into a classy restaurant situated just off main shopping street Union Street. Specialising in tapas-style small plates of fine Scottish food, the menu is constantly evolving and each day features new and exciting specials. From haggis bonbons to smoked fish risotto, each dish is a perfect bite-size taste of great Scottish cooking.

Address: 7 Summer Street | Telephone: 01224 632237 |

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