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Lunch At Harbour Spring, Peterhead

3 MILES AHEAD ... from Boddam lies Peterhead, a name synonymous with seafood, thanks to its bustling fishing port.  We stopped here for lunch, I was very hungry by then coz I just took an oats drink in the morning.  Saving my best for last... and Aaron took us to this little eatery called The Harbour Spring.
I guess these chairs will be very much occupied during the summer here..
We proceeded straight to the Carvery Corner... 
Very family and cosy like.. 
Aaron and I shared a medium plate portion with three different types of meat....
Pork, Turkey and Beef... 
And the rest of the side dishes are free flow... 
And it ended up something like this... 
Full to the brim... 
Medium portion cost around 6 pounds.. 
How not to share, such a big portion.... 
The hungry 5... 
Spent some moments in Peterhead before we proceeded on to another place... 

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  1. The roast potatoes look so delicious!

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  2. This place looks amazing! I love the jigsaw puzzle cow. A very american meal, my mouth is watering.

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  3. Wowwwww!!! I would go for stuff like this when overseas, can eat our own local food when we come back - no need to go for their half-baked versions over there.

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  4. Delicious! Big portions for a medium sized portion.

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  5. I like the furniture and the wall colour

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  6. Wow! So many in your plate. I bet you were full to the brim.

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  7. Me taken my dinner, but the foods makes my mouth itchy, hehe...

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  8. Very hearty meal! Sure very filling and satisfying.

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