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Platform 22 in Aberdeenshire

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What a nice little cafe. We stoped on our way to Balmoral Castle. We both had scones, Red Leicester and chilli (just out of the oven) & Stilton and Fig, both were first class and very tasty, both came with a sweet chutney. Coffee was nice and hot, just way I like it. Found out they do Pizza night every now and again in the evening, we will defo be back.
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14 November 2018
10.0
A brilliant family lunch in this great wee eatery. A great menu with super cakes for after. Lovely friendly staff and it is dog friendly. Definitely worth a visit.
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30 August 2018
10.0

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Tolbooth Restaurant

08/10/2018: Three of us enjoyed a lovely Sunday lunch here, with Oysters, Crab soup, Chanterelles, Sea Bass and desserts. All the food was delicious, but the oysters were big (harder to eat) compared to what we are accustomed to on the East Cost of the U.S. Service was perfect, and prices were top-notch to match.
11/09/2018: Delightful restaurant in Stonehaven's oldest building (check out the wear on the external wall, probably caused by storms in the 1950s after a mine had previously damaged the sea wall), nicely decorated with a cosy atmosphere. If you can get it, the table for four by the (relatively) large window overlooking the small port is the one to choose. Reservations recommended. The kitchen specialises in local seafood which is well prepared and nicely served, and the menu covers a good gamut of possibilities with one or two more luxurious options. Thereby hangs a tale as there is nothing cheap and cheerful about the pricing - oysters which are excellent from Loch Fyne, come in at GBP 2.50 each and the largest size of lobster (by no means enormous) will set you back GBP 47.50 (the claw meat is neatly arranged in the body of the beast) whilst the beef is GBP 32.50. A similar story goes for the wine list which has a good and wide ranging selection (chapeau to the owner/sommelier ho can give you chapter and verse on the available bottles) but everything is fully priced (Deeside lager is also available by the bottle at GBP 4.95). Service is slick and attentive, and the kitchen does a good job in turning out the food as the Tolbooth is popular and busy. Overall, a great spot for a delicious celebratory meal when you feel like splashing out as pricing is towards high end dining levels even in some London establishments.

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