We're hoping to repeat the past success of Dine on Deeside in 2012!
Plans are being discussed and will be posted on the website.
Here are a few of the places that participated in Dine on Deeside in March 2011:
Finzean Farm Shop introduced a new deli counter, featuring a tasty array of freshly prepared quiches, terrines, tartlets and other tempting deli produce.
Spring 2011 also meant wonderful afternoon teas and Gordon’s summer BBQs (weather permitting) on the last Sunday of each month.
Call 01330 850710 to book your table for breakfast, brunch or lunch!
t a s t e . . is situated at the far end of the picturesque village of Braemar, on the road to the Linn of Dee and the games park where the world famous highland gathering is held.
We offer fresh homemade cakes and scones, along with rain forest alliance coffees and fair trade teas. At lunch we make our own soups and serve them with local Balmoral bread, we also have a range of ‘do-it-yourself’ fillings, making the most of local and Scottish produce.
Simply order at the counter then sit back and relax, in our spacious restaurant and enjoy splendid views of Braemar. Children are very welcome and with flat access, all levels of mobility are catered for.
We are recommended by the Scottish Food Guide, Slow Food (Aberdeen) and we’re in Scotland’s Food Trail (Grampian).
Open Thursday to Monday
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Try the Sheridan’s sausage selection:
Jamaican Jerk Sausage; Steak & Guinness; Beef; Venison & Cranberry; Venison & Red wine; Venison
H M Sheridan
11 Bridge Street
Banchory’s Woodend Barn and Buchanans Bistro offered a linked supper and event package for Transitions Dance Company in April 2011 and Red Note Ensemble in May with a special two course meal preceding both the electrifying graduate dance group and Scotland’s foremost contemporary music ensemble.For details of current programmes at the Woodend Barn, www.woodendbarn.co.uk or call 01330 825431 (Barn) / 01330 826530 (Bistro)
The Green Inn is offering a “fine dining” experience from 7pm - 9pm Tuesday through Saturday inclusive.
The Cow Shed is a new restaurant set in the tranquil surroundings of the Banchory countryside. With an eye-catching wine cellar and part open kitchen, relax and enjoy the superb views out over the Hill of Fayre.
The Cow Shed serves modern Scottish food, focusing on flavour and seasonality. Great care is taken to source the best quality local produce if available. Fresh fish and seafood are delivered daily, and along with the best of Scottish beef and game, customers can be sure of experiencing Scotland’s produce at its very best. Our menus never say home-made, because everything is – from the bread you start with to the sweetmeats completing your dining experience.
Open for lunch and dinner Wednesday – Saturday and for our traditional Sunday lunch from 12.30 - 3pm.
The spacious kitchen has been designed with its own bread, pastry, preparation and cooking areas, providing an excellent environment for cooking enthusiasts. Relax and enjoy the expert demonstrations before making your own dishes with the full support of our chefs.