Definitely an interesting place located near to the harbour area in Aberdeen. Two floors, the first floor looks like a balcony and is well suited for watching live gigs. The clean and carefully made toilets are also located at the upper floor. It’s a modern place beautiful arranged in a former church and warehouse building – in fact, it looks like a church building from the outside. A live concert with lots of people on my first visit on a Sunday, so I came back on a Tuesday afternoon and had a very tasty lunch meal of poached smoked haddock & duck egg in white wine crayfish cream sauce and mashed potato for £ 11.00. Just delicious! To drink I had keg beers from BrewDog and Stone. There were 18 well-selected craft beers on tap supported by a menu of 25 different bottles. Background music from Kraftwerk, Soft Cell, Yazoo, Pet Shop Boys and Prefab Sprout at my stay. Service by the table, well carried out by Veronika (visited 19.04.2016).
Visited on Wednesday evening. Very close to the train station. The restaurant was crowded, but great sphere. Staff was really nice and patient with such drunk ppl like us. 4-5 headliner BrewDogs on tap, forgot to check the bottle selection. Food was excellent. Kind of posh but still friendly restaurant, not like a traditional cheap pub on the corner.
Visited for dinner on Saturday 21/06/14 (BD AGM weekend). We arrived around 6.30pm and they were fully booked but we told them we just wanted a main course and we would be out by 7.30pm (from when the restaurant was fully booked) and they were happy to accomodate us in this way.
Service was good, food was very good, I had the lamb.
Couple of BD beers on tap, plus a good dozen in bottles allied to a few other craft offerings from the likes of Mikkeller.
Definately worth a visit for the food more so than the beer.
I’ve been here two times with 1-year interval and unfortunately i’ve ordered the same meal, because i forgot about it! Luckily it was very good! The ambience is very special. I recommend this place for lunch. Very good brew dog beers, well served.
Had a lovely meal here with a few of the London RB crew for Scopey & Lorna’s wedding festivities. I really enjoyed the atmosphere displaying quirky wall art, bits and bobs, they also hosts live gigs throughout the week. The usual Brew Dog range of beers and a nice selection of whisky and wine. The lunch menu is a great deal. Attentive staff. Very cool place.
A great restaurant overall, but only decent in terms of beer. It has most of the standard BrewDog range available with a handful of other breweries (Anchor Steam, Brooklyn, etc.). Apparently they sometimes have better beer options on offer. The menu, though, is wonderful with a nice range of local specialties. There is a lunch special so you can get a starter and main for a good price. The meal was delicious and very filling. Certainly worth visiting while in Aberdeen, but on our visit there wasn’t much interesting beer.