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Aberdeen Pubs & Restaurants

Aberdeen boasts a wide range of restaurants including Italian, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Traditional and Seafood. There are many bars, from the traditional to the modern, and a good selection of nightclubs.


Aberdeen Pubs

The Office Bar
The Office bar is the ideal venue in Aberdeen for a casual drink, party or meeting place. Our menu offers wholesome meals available everyday from 11am until 9pm. The bar is situated in the heart of Aberdeens thriving and lively city centre just a stones throw from Aberdeens Union Street, making it the perfect venue to start or end your evening out. The Office bar provides relaxed atmosphere along with the superb selection of drinks, cocktails, facilities and our excellent friendly service.

The Howff
The Howff first opened for business in the mid 80's as the WINE CELLAR and in the early 90's it changed name to THE HOWFF and has been serving Aberdeen ever since. We show all the sporting games on our 4 tv screens thoughout the pub. As we are owned by Bruce Millers music shop we attract a wide range of customers of all ages. In 2010 The Howff entered The BEST BAR NONE for Aberdeen City and we are proud to come back with a GOLD award. Best Bar None is an award that lets customers know that they are safe within our premises and have a very stricked rule of ZERO TOLERANCE in our pub. With 6 Personal License holders we ensure that everyone enjoys there visit and come back again and again.

Malt Room Lounge
The Malt Room Lounge is a popular venue for a wide range of clientele. A real "local" for those who live in the Ferryhill area, it is also a destination for young and old alike who enjoy a lively relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Our restaurant menu is also served in the more relaxed surroundings of the Malt Room Lounge. Meals are served at lunch and dinner Monday to Thursday and all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Major sporting events are shown via Sky Sports/ESPN and a Quiz night is held on the first Sunday of each month.


Aberdeen Restaurants

Staking a fair claim as the best fish and chip 'shop' in north east Scotland. Dine in the 200-seat restaurant or take away. Lightly battered haddock and cod are what lure most diners here, but poached and grilled fish dishes are also served in the restaurant.

Manzil offers authentic Indian cuisine in a contemporary setting. Buffet dining as well as a la carte and set menus is on offer. Highlights on a wide ranging menu include Himalayan Hot Pot and the Thali. Manzil also has a delivery and take-away service.

Silver Darling
This restaurant has a great setting overlooking Aberdeen harbour. It specialises in seafood with a French twist, and it really does it with aplomb. Oysters, scallops, langoustines and sea bass are just some of the dishes that tempt from the superb menu.