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Buckie Farm Carvery Meals Aberdeen
Buckie Farm Carvery Meals Aberdeen
This wee gem just on the outskirts of Aberdeen is a wee stotter - roast dinner meals from only £3.25 and a bar that sells some great ales, which must make this the cheapest place to eat in Aberdeen. Needless to say, we eat here weekly!
It can get busy as soon as the doors open at midday, so if you intend to eat at this time it is best to book. The restaurant finishes serving meals at 8:30pm and is open each day. The price of the carvery rises to just £4.25 from 6pm and is £5.25 on Sundays.
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There are plenty of parking spaces in the car park. Be sure to enter by the left hand side doorway to get to the carvery restaurant. The right side is the public bar, which sells bar snack meals.
The carvery usually consists of a choice of turkey, beef or pork and you can have a large helping of one or mix and match your meats. This is carved fresh and served by the chef. You then help yourself to crispy roast potatoes, boiled potatoes, lovely cheesy cauliflower, crispy carrots, parsnips and other seasonal vegetables. There is a range of sauces such as horseradish, and mustard by the gravy. You are able to take as much of the potatoes and vegetables as you can balance on your plate!
The restaurant also sells starters from under £2, main meals, including vegetarian choices from under £5 and a range of sweets and puddings from under £2.
The setting is very relaxed and spacious with a rustic feel which is aided by the old farm implements and items attached to the walls and open raftered ceiling.
Children are made welcome and there are highchairs available for the bairns.
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Bridge Of Don
Tel: 01224 822889
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