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Scotland is home to some pretty spectacular natural resources, and at Adelphi Kitchen in the centre of Aberdeen, they have the team of chefs required to make the very most out of them. They’re a little bit hidden away on Adelphi, a small close off Union Street, but if you make the effort to pay them a visit, you’re in for a treat. Adelphi Kitchen boast of local-landed seafood such as mussels and scallops, as well as North Sea halibut, Devenick Dairy veal and even a homemade maple bacon. Book a table now and get yourself over to one of the most forward thinking contemporary European restaurants in Aberdeen’s city centre.
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The restaurant does not exist anymore... You should stop to propose réservations for it... Bad evening.....
This restaurant truly is a hidden gem. Do yourself a favour and book a table!
Wonderful! 3 time I've been to Adelphi and 3 time it's been spot on. Couldn't fault it. I love that the meat and produce are sourced locally.
Aberdeen’s dining scene continues to go from strength to strength, and one of the major strings in the bow is Adelphi Kitchen in the city centre. Their head chef, Murray Dawson, has assembled a menu that brings the very best in European cooking to the Granite City, while also making the absolute maximum of the ingredients that abound in the north of Scotland. If you arrive at their restaurant on Adelphi, the street that is, just off Union Street and a short walk away from the train station, you’ll be met with a superb selection of seafood, home-smoked meats and exquisite cocktails – so make the trip today.
Begin with the mussels, landed fresh off the Aberdeen coast, followed by a slightly less local (it’s from Nova Scotia rather than Scotland) salt cod or some king scallops with cauliflower and scotch egg. Crab comes from up the road in Peterhead and the veal from the Devenick Dairy, just along towards Portlethen, but the dishes themselves look farther afield in their inspirations: US steak and smoked meat, harissa chicken and Thai-spiced tuna. Throw in a more than expansive cocktail menu and you’re well on the way to a great night out in Aberdeen – reserve a table today.