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A Scrumptious Dinner At Marine Hotel, Stonehaven

STONEHAVEN....

Through his colleagues' recommendation, Aaron told us that we must go and try the food here at the restaurant at the Marine Hotel in Stonehaven.  And so we did one evening... it was just a half hour drive anyway and we reached the place around 6.30pm.  The bar and cafe, 6DN  (6 degrees north, so it is called) was already crowded, mostly locals, I guess, they were having their rest and relaxation with cheers and fun.  The tables were all occupied.... and we were ushered to the first floor.... One look at the dining area, we fell in love with the ambiance....
We had the place all to ourselves during that hour...
Not as noisy and crowded at the ground floor...
We sat by the window overlooking the sea bay...
Still bright though it was already 7pm...
We were served bread and butter as starters...
Must try their famous soup... Cullen Skint Soup...
My sister ordered some fresh fish.... 
My BIL and I had the Haddock Fillet made from beer batter.... 
I had to share my meal... this is really Too Big for me!
Aaron had this... some pork meat which is kind of special...
Both the men had beer to cool down.... 
And of course, I wanted desserts!
And a Lemonade cake.... 
We had the whole cafe to ourselves!!
All of us agreed to come here again .... some day..... 


Comments

  1. Oooo...it is indeed a lovely place. Lovely view through the window. I so miss the fish and chips overseas. Never bother to order the ones here, all Dory, not nice.

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  2. The view is fabulous and relaxing to dine over good meals.
    I noticed many restaurants in UK have 2 floors which is not common in our country.

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  4. Very classy interior and awesome sea bay view.

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  5. The fish and chips look so tasty! yummy! the cakes too!

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  6. A lovely sea view. Oh my, the fillet looked good and tempting.

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  7. The fish and chips look so good! Can't find any like that here.

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