A small, but perfectly formed restaurant in the heart of Aberdeen city. After trying to get reservations a couple of times and failing, we finally managed to get a table over Christmas and utilised some vouchers kindly given to us as a Christmas present by Angie's sister, Fiona.
A warm and comfortable oasis in the freezing wintry, granite streets of Aberdeen, the Adelphi Kitchen is small and cosy. With lots of solid wood and quirky features, this is a lovely place to eat.
We weren't drinking (because we'd already had a beer in the Brewdog pub around the corner!), but they had a couple of Brewdog bottles and of course several whiskies. They had Fentimans, which fulfilled our non-alcoholic needs.
For a starter, we both had a 'dirty mac and cheese', which was amazing. We both had flattened, boned chicken thighs for our mains, with some fancy veggie and potato accompaniments. I would describe the food more accurately, but I'm actually writing this a month after our visit and don't remember the details so well!