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Established all the way back in 1994, Goulash are are committed to providing Aberdeen foodies with an authentic taste of Hungary. Starting off in a small cottage shop in the country, Goulash has now blossomed into a stunning restaurant located within a historic building right in the heart of Aberdeen, with traditional decor adding to its charm. Goulash is perhaps the most famous of Hungarian cuisine, and you’ll find a number of variations of this hearty dish on the menu, from pork to beef and veggie-friendly mushroom goulash, as well as other delicious Hungarian specialities. Try some onion cream soup, chicken paprikash (chicken leg on the bone with a paprika sauce and sour cream, served with a traditional Hungarian pasta) or some roast wild boar. Located on Adelphi, Goulash is the place to go for a Hungarian foodie adventure, just remember to book in advance to guarantee a table!
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First visit, lovely wee restaurant, good atmosphere will definitely be back.
Awesome. Just loved this place and can't wait until the next time.
Very nice meal, price was ok. Table service excellent. We will go again.
Goulash Aberdeen is a big hit with lovers of Hungarian and central European cuisine. Located on Adelphi right in the city centre of Aberdeen, you’ll find all kinds of delights on the menu at this hotspot. Goulash is perhaps the most famous Hungarian dish, and there are a number of variations of this hearty dish on the menu – from pork to beef and veggie-friendly mushroom goulash, as well as other delicious European specialities. You can look forward to tucking into some onion cream soup, chicken paprikash (chicken leg on the bone with a paprika sauce and sour cream, served with a traditional Hungarian pasta) or some roast wild boar.
If you’re heading to Goulash in Aberdeen city centre for dinner with a group of friends or the family, we highly recommend kicking things off with some starters such as the Hungarian Village Welcoming which offers a taste of traditional sliced salamis, cured ham, goose liver pâté and homemade ewe’s cheese pâté. When it comes to choosing a main course it would really be a shame not to consume goulash at Goulash Aberdeen now, wouldn’t it? The pork goulash is a stand out dish with flavours of paprika, herbs and spices, accompanied by traditional tarhonya pasta that’s best served with a side of salad with mixed pickles. No matter what you choose, however, we can guarantee that an unforgettable taste sensation will be in store.