There’s no other restaurant doing South Asian dining quite like 8848 Restaurant. The folks at this award-winning establishment are dishing out the finest Nepalese and Indian dishes in town, that’s why you’ll folks driving from far and wide to get to this Aberdeen hotspot. The food on offer isn’t the only thing keeping diners coming back again and again - it’s also the stunning dining space, the selection of craft beer and the always smiling service. Found on Union Street in the city centre, 8848 Restaurant is the obvious choice for an unforgettable Indian meal.
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Great meal and great staff, we will be definitely be back
Another great 8848 meal! Really enjoyed it. Will be back!
Obviously due to the current restrictions there was no queuing and being a Monday evening it was quieter than normal so noise levels were not a problem so your questions were irrelevant. As far as the food and service is concerned they were both top drawer as always.
Standing tall at 8,848 metres, Mount Everest is the Earth’s highest mountain and a source of pride for the people of Nepal. Named after the great height of this astonishing world wonder, 8848 Restaurant offers a traditional taste of Himalayan cuisine made the old fashioned way. The restaurant is stunning and gorgeously decorated throughout, the perfect place to host your next large private event or corporate function. With its location on Union Street right in the heart of Aberdeen city centre, it’s convenient to reach when you want to get your curry fix.
The Nepalese and Indian dishes available at 8848 Restaurants have effectively put the restaurant at the top of the charts in Aberdeen, and they have the awards to show for it. A winner in the 2016 Scottish Curry Awards and runner up as Scotland’s best Indian restaurant in the 5th Entertainment and Hospitality Awards, the restaurant has a lot to be proud of, and you’ll taste the difference in dishes like their himali hansh bhutuwa (barbecued duck breast with green herbs, spices and spring onions), Nepali chicken and their tasty king scallops with carom seeds. Whether you decide to go for a Nepalese or an Indian dish, you’re in for a treat at 8848. Booking in advance is a must for this busy city centre restaurant.