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Cosmo Aberdeen Buffet Restaurant
Cosmo Aberdeen Buffet Restaurant
Enjoy an around the world buffet from COSMO restaurant in Aberdeen Union Square with enticing, all you can eat meals ranging from Indian, Chinese, Italian and British with fresh Tandoori and Teppanyaki cooked fresh by their talented chefs. There is something for everyone.
A warm welcome from cheerful, polite staff awaits the diner. Our eyes were drawn to the huge chocolate fountain as we walked past the bountiful desserts section to get to our table. Itâ€™s all about pacing and relaxing and the plush chairs help with this, as does knowing you need to leave room for those tasty puddings!
It's no wonder COSMO is celebrating its 10th anniversary next month. Theyâ€™ve built on their success and are ready to entertain and feed Aberdeen visitors well into another decade, proving they are a top place to eat in the Granite City.
Our drinks arrived within minutes from their wide range, which includes offers like pitchers of beer and bottomless selected soft drinks. A plethora of cocktails and wines makes this an ideal location to enjoy a night out with friends and family. Sharing and togetherness is encouraged, and it was a delight to see so many families, many multi-generational, having fun and eating together.
Children have their own discounted prices and mixed in amongst the Asian, Continental and World of Spice sections are standard fare like onion rings, chips, and chicken nuggets. Our favourites are the sensational lamb rogan josh with aloo channa with some chilli pickle. Though we must confess to going along the counter and having a piece of everything. The chicken balti was too irresistible. The poppadomâ€™s and samosas were extra crispy. We did the same for the World of Spice section and filled our plates with Thai sweet chilli chicken wings, honey chilli chicken, chicken in black pepper sauce and Thai sweet tofu. Vegans and vegetarians are well catered for with many enticing dishes.
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We were too full to choose from the carvery, though a return visit is on the cards to enjoy the giant Yorkshire puddings, super crispy roast potatoes, and the bountiful roast lamb and beef. Weâ€™ll make this a Sunday lunch treat. Though we tried several pieces of the expertly rolled sushi.
It was such a feast, and the banquet didnâ€™t stop there. We made room for pudding and were glad we did! Do look out for the Eton mess, which was flavoursome with a satisfying meringue crunch. We topped it up with some vanilla ice-cream and jelly babies. Then we shared this selection of cakes, which included a light peach melba and a refreshing lemon cheesecake. Finally, we got to the chocolate fountain and had fun loading up our marshmallows and watched a seasoned COSMO diner spoon some over her ice-cream. â€˜I just love chocolate!â€™ she declared before making off with her bowl.
NHS, emergency, armed forces and students can receive 10% off their food bill at Aberdeen COSMO.
Read their menu, prices, opening times, or book a table at www.cosmo-restaurants.co.uk/restaurants/aberdeen
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