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Breakfast & Brunch
It’s the most important meal of the day and you’re in the right place for a slap up breakfast in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. Whether you’re in the heart of the city, deep in the glens or along the coast, kick start your day with a filling, locally produced breakfast or brunch.
No trip is the same without tasting the local delicacies, right? While you visit you must try our local celebrity the Buttery (also known as the Rowie by locals) it’s the Scottish version of a croissant. And you don’t have to look far for one here being a regular feature on breakfast menus across North-east Scotland ready to be lathered in butter and jam.
Our accommodation in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire are the perfect starting point to feed your craving for full Scottish breakfasts, using our incredible local produce.
If you are looking to venture out for breakfast, there’s an endless list of cafes, restaurants and hotels in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire to take your order. From sparkling sights in the Granite City to untouched countryside views and dramatic cliff top seascapes you’re spoiled for choice.
In the city, you can take in sea views from the top deck of the Highlander Café Bus located on the Aberdeen beach front or further up the boulevard you have your choice of cute cafes including The Pier. Caffeine addicts are served well with Figment Coffee and The Craftsman Company filling cups to the brim with signature coffee roasts (and breakfast and brunch options) ready to charge your batteries to take on the day.
If you have got a few Munros in Aberdeenshire to strike off your list, then Royal Deeside is the spot for you. But first, you’ll need are hearty breakfast to see you through the day and there’s plenty to fit the bill. From scrambled eggs of freshly made sourdough at Buchanan Food to loaded morning rolls at Ride Coffee House and vegetarian breakfasts with homemade tattie scones (yes please) at Riverside Cottage Café.