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Saturday Night Dinner At Harvester, Aberdeen

SATURDAY NIGHT...  but no fever, just hungrier as usual....
No homecooking since it is a weekend and we pampered ourselves in a nice cosy restaurant called Harvester.  First time visit for me and Aaron told me that this place serves very nice salad.  The best thing is that the Salad has unlimited servings, self service servings and comes with a main meal order. 
I was so hungry that I felt like eating almost anything in the menu before we settled for a mixed platter for two.  It came with a half roasted chicken and half rack BBQ ribs... good enough for both of us and it cost around 13 sterling pounds.  With unlimited salad, it is certainly worth it, anyway, we could not take much, after the first serving of salad, we only opted for the half the size of the first one.  We were very full by then.... well, of course, together with a Sundae ice cream, that really makes the meal complete and full of satisfaction!
Front view of the Harvester in the dark at 7.30pm... 
Aaron's DIY fantastic salad.. first round... 
I finished most of it.. before the main dish arrived... 
Our platter of goodies... 
I just took the bottom half of the chicken... 
Yes, this is mine!
I finished most of it... this cost less than 5 pounds...
And that was our Saturday night dinner... 
We must come back for other food one day!

Comments

  1. Love the look of the ribs. Pork?

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  2. Very fancy high class food! You look so cute with that ice-cream!

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  3. Enjoying delicious food on a Saturday night! My eyes on the ice cream!

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  4. I like the salad and the sundae. The platter looks good too. Is the BBQ ribs pork or beef?

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  5. I want that ribs and ice cream.

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  6. A delicious and mouth watering pamper. I would love such indulgence.

    And wow! You could finish the whole ice cream by yourself? I don't know if I could. Lol.

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