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Number One

Number one has established a reputation for world class cuisine using the very best of Scottish produce. The spacious and comfortable surroundings create a sophisticated ambience.

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Michelin Guide - Recommended 2007/08/09, Finalist RSPCA Good Business Awards 2007, Top 5 Best Sunday lunch in Scotland - Observer food awards 2007, Runner-up Edinburgh Newcomer Res

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First Coast

A balance of vegetarian, meat, poultry and fish, so there\'s something for everyone. And unlike so many other restaurants nowadays, First Coast\'s menu is frequently changed.

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The Boathouse

The Boathouse has a solid reputation for preparing and presenting the best of Scotland\'s fish and seafood plates and a great following for the sizzling Angus steaks.

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Sconser Lodge Hotel

At the Sconser Lodge hotel\'s traditional restaurant you can enjoy sweeping views over the waters of Rasaay, with a concise menu of local Scottish produce.

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Open Arms

A Choice of Brasserie or fine dining in the setting of the Open Arms terrace, conservatory or library opposite the intriguing Dirleton Castle

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Silver Darling

Boasting ant impressive looking out onto Aberdeen\'s coast, serving French influence food.

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Cafe 52

Cafe 52 enjoys favorable reports and a thumbs up from seasoned foodies. from a bargain basement beginnings it has now elevated as the choice for unpretentious global goodies.

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Blue Moon

Blue Moon has been voted Aberdeen\'s Restaurant of the Year annually since 2001.

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The Cellar

UK Seafood Restaurant of the Year 2008 – Good Food Guide, 3 AA Rosettes for 14 years and AA Scottish Seafood Restaurant of the Year 2003.

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