SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers) Offshore Europe is expected to welcome more than 36,000 attendees from approximately 100 countries.
The annual oil and gas conference will run from today until Friday at P&J Live for the first time.
It has previously been held at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre, which closed its doors earlier this year.
And with so many people visiting the city for the first time, we wanted to give those attending the event the low down on where to eat out after long days of networking and manning stands.
Check out our top city centre picks below.
A taste of Scotland…
No.10 Bar & Restaurant -Queens Terrace, Aberdeen
No.1 Bar & Grill – Queens Terrace, Aberdeen
Howies – Chapel Street, Aberdeen
Flavours of Asia
Yatai Izakaya – Langstane Place, Aberdeen
The finest seafood…
The Silver Darling Restaurant – Pocra Quay, North Pier, Aberdeen
Moonfish Cafe – Correction Wynd, Aberdeen
Atlantis – The Mariner Hotel, Great Western Road, Aberdeen
8848 – Union Street, Aberdeen
Jewel in the Crown – Crown Street, Aberdeen
Wild Ginger – Union Street, Aberdeen
The best of Italy
Aperitivo – Bon Accord Street, Aberdeen
Poldinos – Little Belmont Street, Aberdeen
Rustico – Union Row, Aberdeen
Da Vinci – Alford Lane, Aberdeen
For a taste of France…
Cafe Boheme – Windmill Brae, Aberdeen
For juicy steak…
Vovem – Union Street, Aberdeen
Miller & Carter – Union Street, Aberdeen
The Chester Hotel – Queens Road, Aberdeen
Malmaison – Queens Road, Aberdeen
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