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Tolbooth Restaurant in Aberdeenshire


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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.
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08 October 2018
I reviewed this restaurant a couple of years back and it is worth doing again, if only to declare happily that the same highest standards apply now. The small historic Tolbooth building is a classic piece of coastal architecture and its upper level ideally lends itself to the purpose of an open, airy restaurant. The tables are solid and attractive (something that isn't a given in many eating establishments) and the seating comfortable. The menus exude seafood quality and excellence. We went for lunch but I opted for a starter from the a la carte menu, a wonderful dish of crayfish gratin. My wife had a Cullen skink from the lunch menu (one of several difficult choices) which looked superb. She let me have a taste and I think I could honestly say from that mouthful it's the best Cullen skink I've tasted. We both opted for baked plaice with a vegetable ratatouille, red pepper sauce and kale crisp. There were delicate flavours from the vegetables perfectly complementing the fish. For dessert I had an apple crumble with a cinnamon creme anglaise and my wife had carrot cake with lemon cream. It was a pretty wild day outside - you experience the full blast as the restaurant is so close to the harbour and the sea - but the calm, relaxed ambience inside was the ideal escape. Anyone who loves seafood has to come here!
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09 November 2018

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