Warm wine. Nice waiting staff. Average food. Not much more to say. It's ok but don't think you'll. e blown away by it.
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Visited the hotel this afternoon for an afternoon tea in the lounge area of the hotel. The afternoon tea was acceptable, photo attached, tea / coffee, sandwiches (salmon, egg, cheese, ham and tomato), scones with clotted cream, small selection of cakes and lemon possets. The...More
Would just like to say how disappointed we were in the cancellation of our dinner reservation on New Years Eve. Was so inconvenient in the timing. Fortunately we could take our friends to the Fennel instead, who were more than welcoming with our custome. Also...More
Lovely place and delightful dining room .,,,,,,,The menu on the website looks impressive and inviting , however the menu on offer bore no ressemblence to the website whatsoever,,,very ordinary 'pub'food with poor presentation and badly cooked , only the price was the same ! The...More
Hotel is fantastic but what makes it stand out from the rest is most definitely the dining experience. Excellent quality produce prepared with such skill and innovation, presented exquisitely. Would definitely recommend going just for the food.
The service is impeccable, the drinks in the Drawing Room first - lovely, being approached when your meals are almost ready - first class. Then the meal experience is pretty good & romantic. Our food was "good", it didn't "wow" us or make us feel...More
We had decided to book a table at the restaurant after having had afternoon tea here previously which was also good. On booking the table the receptionist advised that we could not book 8pm as there was a part of 26 in. I hesitated for...More
We went for afternoon tea on Sunday afternoon and had been looking forward to a catch up with family. Two of us arrived at reception we were immediately asked for the 'Groupon Voucher' - we said we had not booked using Groupon. We were told...More
We booked a table of 11 for a Mother's Day afternoon tea, 5 adults 6 children. However one 2 year old child slept through the experience and one adult was unable to attend for ill health and we were charged for the full price for...More
Lovely afternoon tea served in the Drawing Room of the Pittodrie House Hotel. 4 types of sandwiches, 3 types of scones, 4 different cakes - all home made. Lashings of tea, jam and clotted cream. Friendly, attentive but unobtrusive staff. Lovely gardens to walk in...More