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Our Grilled Steak At The Wellington Pub And Grill, Aberdeen

EATING OUT...

It was a Friday evening and we went out for a nice grilled steak at one of the renowned pubs in Aberdeen here.  Aaron told me that The Wellington served good steaks, I have been craving for one ever since I arrived.  I cannot find any good steaks in my own hometown and now since I am here, I must go for more of these before I go home.  LOL...

After walking at the Union Square for an hour or so, we reached The Wellington around 8.45pm, by that time, both of us were really hungry.  Time to dig in!!
Actually this is a hotel which houses 20 rooms... 

Their Pub and Grill place... 
Nice ambiance... 
A giant menu for each of us.... 
Eyeing the Steak... 
And so we ordered a 10oz steak, medium done.... 
It came with sweet potato fries, grilled vegetables and even a clove of garlic... 
Now I know we can grill garlic this way... we finished them all... 
We ordered Chicken Wings too... 
Dipped with Mango and Pineapple sauce... very nice!
And our evening ends with a piece of rich chocolate brownie with a scoop of ice cream... 
Total cost 25 pounds... which is really worth the meal shared by both of us... 
Thumbs UP for the scrumptious meal at Wellington!

Comments

  1. This room is beautiful!! And the steaks look yummy!!

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  2. The food looks so delicious! But the company is the best!

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  3. Really scrumptious meal. I like the ambience, very nice! The chicken wings look very juicy and tasty. I can eat garlic on its own like that. It is good for killing germs.

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  4. Lovely THICK steaks overseas, not like the ones here...and the meat is VERY fresh too! Best to enjoy their food when abroad instead of going for our not-quite-there Asian dishes.

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  5. Everything looks delicious! Better enjoy the steaks before you come back to Malaysia!

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  6. That is a huge steak! One each or sharing? LOL!

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