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Eat on the Green in Aberdeenshire

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My lovely daughter and son in law gave me a gift voucher for a half price lunch for two. Ate there today. The welcome was great, we were offered the option of having a drink in the cosy, comfortable looking bar or straight to table. We chose the latter. The staff were excellent, went about their business quietly and efficiently. The amuse bouche was lovely, the starters (smoked chicken and I had the Taste on the Green starter of four different items) all really tasty. The Lemon sorbet palate cleanser was deliciously smooth. My main of braised beef cheeks, a selection of vegetables, triple cooked chips and the smoothest puree ever was to die for. Melt in the mouth beautifully flavoured beef, excellent veg and great chips. My wife had the veg option of pea and asparagus risotto cake, and various other tasty treats. No room for dessert. A big thank you to Eat on the Green for recognising it was connected to my birthday and they arrived with a special wee treat at the end (see photo). Also, the bread rolls being offered were lovely and highly recommend the black pudding one if it's on - delicious and different. Suffice to say we will be back for dinner one night in the not too distant future. Highly recommended.
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01 November 2018
10.0
Stopped for a drink while visiting the area. It's a bit up-market but the staff are really friendly and attentive. Drink menu was good including gluten intolerant beers which was great for my wife who usually misses out or has wine. Didn't have anything to eat as it was a bit early but checked out the menu and it looked pretty good. Chatted with the waitress and a receptionist who were happy to spend time talking about the area. For drinks would recommend if you're in the area - judging by some of the oter comments a meal would be pretty good as well. Watch the doorway if you're 6 foot or more
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13 August 2018
10.0

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