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You get a rack of ribs and they come with plenty of meat, just pick em up and away you go, make sure yer hungry though as all you can eat needs to be taken seriously, no point in them otherwise!

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Granite City Grill? its pretty good like, had no complaints!

 

Just asked the mrs and she says it's called Granite Park?

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I'm just back from Via Roma (Inverurie).

 

The place never disappoints when I go. I had king prawn (made in garlic) risotto with a white wine, chill and tomato sauce, it was excellent.

 

They do Moretti beer aswell, none of this Peroni pish - Moretti is real Italian beer.

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Following on from the holiday thread,

 

Is there an Egyptian restaurant in Aberdeen / North East., if so pharaohboots ? might as well get the puns in before the resident sarcy cunts do, Harcus, Boofon take note... laughing.gif

 

 

And any Coffee shops in Aberdeen do Turkish Coffee ? of will that only be available at the Nargile restaurant ?

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Following on from the holiday thread,

 

Is there an Egyptian restaurant in Aberdeen / North East., if so pharaohboots ? might as well get the puns in before the resident sarcy cunts do, Harcus, Boofon take note... laughing.gif

 

 

And any Coffee shops in Aberdeen do Turkish Coffee ? of will that only be available at the Nargile restaurant ?

 

 

Not sure about coffee shops as in drinking establishments but there is a cracking coffee and tea shop that sells coffee beans just off of Belmont Street.

 

 

Head up Belmont Street from Union street and take a first right. It's on the end corner of that road.

 

MacBeans Coffee Roasters & Tea Specialists

2 Little Bemont Street

Aberdeen

AB10 1JG

 

 

You're most welcome. :thumbs:

 

No Egyptian puns but I can say that this is the best coffee shop that I've ever bean to.

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Not sure about coffee shops as in drinking establishments but there is a cracking coffee and tea shop that sells coffee beans just off of Belmont Street.

 

 

Head up Belmont Street from Union street and take a first right. It's on the end corner of that road.

 

MacBeans Coffee Roasters & Tea Specialists

2 Little Bemont Street

Aberdeen

AB10 1JG

 

 

You're most welcome. :thumbs:

 

No Egyptian puns but I can say that this is the best coffee shop that I've ever bean to.

 

Cheers,

 

But would need to be a drinking establishment, as otherwise I would need the full apparatus of copper pot long handled thingy ma bob, and I am also solely missing the key requirement, an open fire / stove.

 

Although, I could go on a MT type adventure, "how do i get an open fire into my chimney-less living room" and the following week " how do you get coffee + smoke smell out of Cuban cigars"

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Following on from the holiday thread,

 

Is there an Egyptian restaurant in Aberdeen / North East., if so pharaohboots ? might as well get the puns in before the resident sarcy cunts do, Harcus, Boofon take note... laughing.gif

 

 

 

I keep telling folk I'm not sarcastic but they tell I'm in de-nile.

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Cheers,

 

But would need to be a drinking establishment, as otherwise I would need the full apparatus of copper pot long handled thingy ma bob, and I am also solely missing the key requirement, an open fire / stove.

 

Although, I could go on a MT type adventure, "how do i get an open fire into my chimney-less living room" and the following week " how do you get coffee + smoke smell out of Cuban cigars"

 

 

You could always make a fire by assembling a pyre a mid-st all the other stuff in your living room.

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EPK. When I visit next week do you just want me to park the car outside and then give the car horn a toot and come in?

 

Or is that tomb much to ask?

 

What does everyone else sphynx about these puns?

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I keep telling folk I'm not sarcastic but they tell I'm in de-nile.

 

 

It's just a fez you're going through.

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Cheers,

 

But would need to be a drinking establishment, as otherwise I would need the full apparatus of copper pot long handled thingy ma bob, and I am also solely missing the key requirement, an open fire / stove.

 

Although, I could go on a MT type adventure, "how do i get an open fire into my chimney-less living room" and the following week " how do you get coffee + smoke smell out of Cuban cigars"

 

 

My Irish mate has one of those copper pot long handled thingy ma bob things so you could just hire O'Glifics one for the day.

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Not sure about coffee shops as in drinking establishments but there is a cracking coffee and tea shop that sells coffee beans just off of Belmont Street.

 

 

Head up Belmont Street from Union street and take a first right. It's on the end corner of that road.

 

MacBeans Coffee Roasters & Tea Specialists

2 Little Bemont Street

Aberdeen

AB10 1JG

 

 

You're most welcome. :thumbs:

 

No Egyptian puns but I can say that this is the best coffee shop that I've ever bean to.

 

 

Went to Nargile on Forest Avenue last night, and was reasonably impressed with the meal, even got my Turkish coffee afterwards.

 

Went to MacBeans coffee shop yesterday afternoon to find the fucker was closed on a Sunday, so went next door to Ma Cameron's for several pints, with the cheeky fucking barman persuaded me to try this Weegie lager called West St Mungo pishe water, which was like pishe water, the San Miguel on the other hand was kwality.

 

 

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I was at Granite Park in Golden Square yesterday evening.

 

Fucking delicious.

 

Was staying in Malmaison. Breakfast not good at all.

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I was at Granite Park in Golden Square yesterday evening.

 

Fucking delicious.

 

Was staying in Malmaison. Breakfast not good at all.

 

Park Inn suite for me.

 

Although the

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Went to the Spice Mill in Grandholm on Saturday.

 

Walked out after an hour as the Starter still hadn't arrived. The staff were all running around like headless chickens, it was so disorganised.

 

In the short time we were there, I saw four other tables walk out as well.

 

Really disappointing as we'd been there about 6 weeks ago and the service and food was brilliant, it was a fucking shambles on Saturday.

 

I managed to skull two wines and beer before we walked out though, so the evening wasn't a total bust :cheers:

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Went to the Spice Mill in Grandholm on Saturday.

 

Walked out after an hour as the Starter still hadn't arrived. The staff were all running around like headless chickens, it was so disorganised.

 

In the short time we were there, I saw four other tables walk out as well.

 

Really disappointing as we'd been there about 6 weeks ago and the service and food was brilliant, it was a fucking shambles on Saturday.

 

I managed to skull two wines and beer before we walked out though, so the evening wasn't a total bust :cheers:

Surprised at that loon, Ive usually had good meals in there. Dont think its as good as the Shish Tandoori in BOD mind you, that place is brilliant. Should give it a try next time you fancy an Indian.

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Ken, I was surprised as well min. As I say, we were there not long ago and it was top notch.

 

Will definitely be giving the Brigg Inn curry house a bash next time!

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I was in thon curry hoose in Westhill Amaya on Saturday night.

 

Fit a feed.

Really nice and had to open a couple of buttons on my jeans such was the portion size.

 

I recommend even if the service is a bit on the slow side.

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Went to the Spice Mill in Grandholm on Saturday.

 

Walked out after an hour as the Starter still hadn't arrived. The staff were all running around like headless chickens, it was so disorganised.

 

In the short time we were there, I saw four other tables walk out as well.

 

Really disappointing as we'd been there about 6 weeks ago and the service and food was brilliant, it was a fucking shambles on Saturday.

 

I managed to skull two wines and beer before we walked out though, so the evening wasn't a total bust :cheers:

 

I bet you didnt pay for the booze.

 

Tup was right about you - your no Mr Nice Guy.

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I bet you didnt pay for the booze.

 

Tup was right about you - your no Mr Nice Guy.

 

You'd be right, I did not pay for the booze.

 

If that tarnished my nice guy reputation - it was worth it.

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Went to Nargile on Forest Avenue last night, and was reasonably impressed with the meal, even got my Turkish coffee afterwards.

 

Went to MacBeans coffee shop yesterday afternoon to find the fucker was closed on a Sunday, so went next door to Ma Cameron's for several pints, with the cheeky fucking barman persuaded me to try this Weegie lager called West St Mungo pishe water, which was like pishe water, the San Miguel on the other hand was kwality.

 

Has that stuff even found it's way up to Aberdeen now?! It's brewed in a big pub/brewery in Glasgow Green, really nice place actually, with a big beer garden overlooking the park. Their beers have now spread to other pubs around Glasgow, but didn't realise it has made it even further afield now. I don't mind it, but then again, I'm definitely no beer snob, all pretty much tastes the same to me. They serve it in 1l steins in their own pub, which takes me back to being at Oktoberfest, which is prob why I like it :beer:

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was in the thai place sabai (sp) last night on union street and i would definately recommend, bloody tremendous.

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Has that stuff even found it's way up to Aberdeen now?! It's brewed in a big pub/brewery in Glasgow Green, really nice place actually, with a big beer garden overlooking the park. Their beers have now spread to other pubs around Glasgow, but didn't realise it has made it even further afield now. I don't mind it, but then again, I'm definitely no beer snob, all pretty much tastes the same to me. They serve it in 1l steins in their own pub, which takes me back to being at Oktoberfest, which is prob why I like it :beer:

 

You get it in heaps of pubs here now and the bottles in various shops.

 

The brewery down in Glasgow is a good visit, nice grub in the restaurant and the building is pretty spectacular too.

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If that's the one just next to the Rose St junction, I have to agree. Excellent munch.

 

that's the 1, magic.

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Went to Nargile on Forest Avenue last night, and was reasonably impressed with the meal, even got my Turkish coffee afterwards.

 

Went to MacBeans coffee shop yesterday afternoon to find the fucker was closed on a Sunday, so went next door to Ma Cameron's for several pints, with the cheeky fucking barman persuaded me to try this Weegie lager called West St Mungo pishe water, which was like pishe water, the San Miguel on the other hand was kwality.

 

I must have just missed you fella, I was in there at half 12 yesterday.

 

Albeit in the restaurant bitty.

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Saturday past we went to the Manzil Indian restaurant on King Street, I am not a huge Indian food fan, but the al la carte menu was plentiful, and it was a decent meal, decent service, huge portions, Tiger on tap and reasonably priced.

 

 

 

 

 

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Was at The Stage Door of Saturday night, food was very good, the service, notably the Irish bint, was not.

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