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The Grant Arms in Cullen is horrendous should anyone fancy not enjoying a meal or the vibe of the restaurant.

 

I think my mates Mum owns that. Is there more than one pub/hotel in Cullen?

 

Eat on the Green in Udny is decent.

 

Yes, its nice. Its is quite expensive though.

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I think my mates Mum owns that. Is there more than one pub/hotel in Cullen?

 

 

 

Yes, its nice. Its is quite expensive though.

Yes there is.

 

It won't be the Grant Arms your mate's mum owns.

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Expensive for being in Turra...

 

I think it was more the drinks I recall being quite overpriced.

Never noticed that either. The owners are a cracking Cullen couple.

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Yes there is.

 

It won't be the Grant Arms your mate's mum owns.

 

W/e the one that Reekster and Totty etc all used to drink in is the one she owns as she kens all them. Doesn't know you though...

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W/e the one that Reekster and Totty etc all used to drink in is the one she owns as she kens all them. Doesn't know you though...

If you're mates mum is called Dot then that's the one. Dot knows me all right.

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If you're mates mum is called Dot then that's the one. Dot knows me all right.

 

Lesbian?

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Different pub. She kens me as well. Which one? C or B? My old lady stays next door.

 

Does Eoin Jess live in the pub like?

 

Can't for the life of me remember her name, only met her the once. Lives in BoD if that helps, her son in law was Assistant (I think) manager of Devronvale?

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La Garrigue in Edinburgh is good. (its worth noting the toilet flush was broken the time I was there, but as I was half cut I didnt mind too much - I even had a go at fixing it for them!)

 

Hotel Du Vin in Glasgow is good.

Also like Gamba, Red Onion, Esca and City Merchant in Glasgow.

Glasgow has loads of cracking places, naturally.

 

Wouldnt know what city centre Indian restaurant to specially recommend these days. I liked the Tiffin Rooms, but its now called Akbars and havent been to that. I liked the old school Indians restaurants which are mostly all gone now.

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Does Eoin Jess live in the pub like?

 

Can't for the life of me remember her name, only met her the once. Lives in BoD if that helps, her son in law was Assistant (I think) manager of Devronvale?

I don't live with my mum. Cilla is the old one, Brenda the younger one. It'll be Brenda. Fine ladies. @@Roberto knows them well. The Crannoch in Cullen. Cracking food there as well

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Tremendous meal at The Crannoch.

 

I see them a lot in a year it must be said haha.

 

Nice ladies. Good for a laugh as well.

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They did say to come out for a meal. Will have to take them up on it sometime

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Fife arms in Turrif is my go to place for fine food, especially if fish is yer thing

 

Heathhill in memsie used to be really good for Surf n turf not been there in a while though it may have changed

 

Also Maitlands in the broch does a magical burger (mrs maitlands special or something) well worth the money and a good hangover cure

Heath hill still good was there earlier this year,

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I've never Ben to planet spice in inverurie, but always looks busy, and good reviews,

 

Steer clear of the porterhouse.

Spice of Life as it's called (my mate calls it planet spice all the time, we are not mates are we?) is okay however Raj or Dyce Tandoori are much better.

 

I've been to Porterhouse once on my lunch as it's close by and it was 'okay'. Would go back but not in a rush.

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Spice of Life as it's called (my mate calls it planet spice all the time, we are not mates are we?) is okay however Raj or Dyce Tandoori are much better.

I've been to Porterhouse once on my lunch as it's close by and it was 'okay'. Would go back but not in a rush.

I'm nae surprised if you'd seen the state of the kitchen at the porterhouse I'd steer clear plus the head chef is a fucking arsehole. Edited by ericblack4boss

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Spice of Life as it's called (my mate calls it planet spice all the time, we are not mates are we?) is okay however Raj or Dyce Tandoori are much better.

 

I've been to Porterhouse once on my lunch as it's close by and it was 'okay'. Would go back but not in a rush.

Big fan of the Spice of Life.

 

The Italian across the road is also surprisingly good.

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Indian food was designed specifically to hide the rankness of the ingredients.

 

Heavily spiced so you canna tell the difference between scorrie/chicken etc

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Big fan of the Spice of Life.

 

The Italian across the road is also surprisingly good.

Oh aye Via Roma is class.

 

The waiter is a 'dish' according to Mrs Berto. Whatever that means.

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Big fan of the Spice of Life.

The Italian across the road is also surprisingly good.

Italian is via roma, and was good when last there,

 

Another good place when ever I've been is the redgarth at meldrum,

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I'm going to some French place in Thurso shortly for a Christmas do.

 

I'll be sure and report back afterward.

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It's called Le Bistro.

 

Translates to The Bistro in English :sherlock:

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I don't live with my mum. Cilla is the old one, Brenda the younger one. It'll be Brenda. Fine ladies. @@Roberto knows them well. The Crannoch in Cullen. Cracking food there as well

Is The Crannoch new or a change of name?

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Name change. It's the Waverley.

Cheers.

The Waverley was just round the corner from Reidhaven Street so fine and handy.

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