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One of Union Street’s last remaining traditional pubs, The Howff is the first point of call for locals when looking for a cosy place to tuck into a hearty pub lunch, or to catch up with friends over a pint or two, becoming a fixture in the city centre since it was established back in the 90’s. Start off with a bowl of homemade soup accompanied by some freshly-baked bread or the haggis & black pudding bon bons before tucking into your main. From traditional British dishes like beer battered fish & chips, braised beef & Guinness pie and mince n skirlie (traditional beef mince, roast potatoes, garden peas and Yorkshire pudding) to other pub food favourites like mac n cheese, burgers and madras curry, there’s something to suit all tastes. Book a table and head on over!
first class first time in there and wont be the last staff were so helpfull look foward too going back for another lunch fish was perfect and wife said mac and cheese was also very good
This was my first visit to the Howff & it certainly won’t be my last food & service was excellent my friend had fish pie & I had chilli with fries & rice we shared a bottle of New Zealand S. Blanc total bill £35 worth every penny
Great food. Fast, attentive service. Great atmosphere. I think we hit the Howff at the best time for a quiet meal. We will certainly be back.