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The Creel Inn (Seafood)


Catterline, Stonehaven AB39 2UL | 01569 750254 | http://www.thecreelinn.co.uk


As the name would suggest the Creel Inn specialises in seafood and has a strong following.

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Dizzy's


70 Carden Place, Aberdeen AB10 1UL | 01224 625577 | www.pbdevco.com/dizzys.html


I used to think the name was inspired by Benjamin Disraeli, now I wonder if it is Dizzy Gillespie.

Whatever, Dizzy's has been a popular diner at Queen's Cross for many years. Originally it was in the basement of No 1 Queen's Cross - the George Washington Wilson house which is now the Clydesdale Bank. Since then it has migrated just across the road into Carden Place.

The long-term owners and operators have just sold the restaurant in 2015, but it is in good hands with the former Stage Door restaurant.

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Lairhillock Inn & Restaurant


Netherley | 01224 730001 | www.lairhillock.co.uk


The Lairhillock Inn serves outstanding bar meals in the bar, or the conservatory. This is not your average bar meal, but something a little bit better - how about venison with juniper berries?

The Lairhillock Inn is, justifiably, a very popular eatery. Sunday lunchtimes are particularly popular.

The restaurant is in a beautifully furnished building alongside the inn, with intricate woodwork and even a little minstrel gallery. The atmosphere is superb and the cuisine excellent.

To reach the Lairhillock, take the South Deeside Road from the roundabout south of the old Bridge of Dee. Turn left to Netherley beyond the Old Mill Inn and then watch for the signs to the Lairhillock.

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