Among the theater and the Academy of Art, one of the most bohemian of Aberdeen (Silver Street), is this unusual restaurant, which is possibly one of the most original and better quality of the entire city. Located in the highest area of an ancient theater, exceptional service, a menu that changes monthly and where traditional Scottish merges with local seafood and the chef's creativity (French trained). In addition, a generous wine menu with good selection of Spanish wines (which isn't very common in these parts). All this in a relaxing atmosphere with classical music at a perfect volume. We thought that the bill would be huge but we were surprised to see that it was good value, in other places we have paid more and eaten worse. For those ve want something different, for those ve like to eat well and for the most discerning palates in Aberdeen, this is a place to keep in mind.
The oldest pub in Aberdeen is The Grill, is located in the city center on the road to Union Street. This pub is kept in the traditional style, and little has changed since its founding. There are great beers on tap, and delicious fish and chips. There is also a good whisky selection.