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We’re proud that five restaurants in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire feature in the Michelin Guide.
Expect restaurants championing locally sourced ingredients from natures larder and bringing diners hand crafted menus by award winning chefs which ooze plenty of passion and innovation to tantilise tastes.
From the heart of Aberdeen and further afield to Ballater, independent restaurants populate the Michelin Guide map and no matter where you dine, unrivalled settings pair with your experience.
Take in the stunning seascape settings at the Tolbooth Seafood Restaurant in Stonehaven where locally caught seafood is served. Or if country scenes are more to your taste, travel deep into the Cairngorms National Park and dine within the surroundings of internationally famed art at The Fife Arms in Braemar or be served a meal fit for a prince at The Rothesay Rooms in Ballater endorsed by Prince Charles.
Or how about having your meal cooked by a Masterchef finalist at Moonfish Café just a stone throws away from the city’s ancient Merchant Quarter (a prime location for food festivals, live music and Nuart installations). And if you’ve got a taste of history, The Kildrummy Inn is the spot for you situated around the corner from Kildrummy Castle with connections to key moments in Scottish History.
Aberdeen eatery Amuse by Kevin Dalgleish, which opened in July 2022, is the latest addition to the prestigious Michelin Guide. The unforgettable restaurant serves up elegant Scottish dishes using local, seasonal ingredients packed full of natural flavours with a French soul.
No matter where you stay in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire a Michelin Guide restaurant is never too far away.