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Eat on the Green in Aberdeenshire

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We have travelled Aberdeenshire extensively. Eat on the Green at Udny is exceptional. Service and food receive top marks on the evening of our visit. It was snowing heavily on our drive to Udny. We found out later that several diners cancelled their bookings due to the weather. We persisted through the blizzard conditions and were richly rewarded. Not only did the chef modify dishes to suit two particular food allergies, but he took time out to greet us after the meal and review the evening. Superb! Well worth a visit no matter the weather conditions. The meal was so delicious that for a short period of time we forgot about the drive home.
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01 February 2019
10.0
OK Saturday night, the place was busy on our arrival but I had to ask for mineral water 3 times before we got it. That aside, from delicious canapes, the taster starter and a duck dish, sorbets, the winter feast which was a beautiful mixture of meat, pork belly and venison (venison slightly over cooked for me) and steak and a fish selection, we were all delighted and thoroughly enjoyed the starters and mains.We had more taster plates for the sweet and the cheese portion with interesting cheeses was generous enough to give all four of us something to enjoy. We seem to have a lot of tasters or plates with multiple small portions and we really enjoyed the interesting and varied flavours. I would recommend these dishes. The chips are chunky and perhaps a little fatty - not to my liking.
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15 January 2019
10.0

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