More than 40 restaurants have signed up to take part in the upcoming Aberdeen Restaurant Week, with the first participants now revealed.
Venues including, No 10 Bar and Restaurant, The Craftsman, Tippling House, Café 52, Cafe Boheme and The Spiritualist, to name a few, will showcase their culinary delights during the popular initiative next month.
Taking place from Monday February 4 to Sunday February 10, the project, organised by Aberdeen Inspired, aims to increase footfall to local establishments at traditionally quiet times of the year, boosting the night-time economy.
Nicola Johnston, Aberdeen Inspired evening and night-time economy manager, said: “We are delighted with the number of businesses that have signed up to be involved next month.
“We had a fantastic response from the public to the launch of the initiative last year, and can’t wait for them to experience new elements we have introduced.
“These include afternoon teas, drink-pairing menus and tasting menus, so something for everyone to enjoy in addition to the fixed-price menu.
“There’s still time to get involved, so we’d encourage restaurants to get in touch.”
Ewan McLean, general manager of The Spiritualist, said: “We are delighted to be part of Aberdeen’s Restaurant Week. Having opened in August 2018 and joined last year’s restaurant week, we are delighted to return.”
The pricing structure for Aberdeen Restaurant Week consists of a two-course lunch priced at £10 per person and three-course dinner for £20 per person. Afternoon teas, drink pairing menus and tasting menus are priced separately.
To find out more and take part, contact the team by emailing Restaurants@aberdeenrestaurantweek.com.