I recently went along to a blogger's lunch at The Adelphi Kitchen in Aberdeen and jumped at the chance. I had tried a few times to eat there when it was La Stella and hadn't quite managed, usually because it was so busy, but I had dined at their sister restaurant The Courtyard and loved it.

The Adelphi Kitchen window

When it became The Adelphi Kitchen it was heavily advertised as a meat and seafood restaurant, so as a vegetarian it didn't appeal to me at all! Instagram and Facebook filled with posts from my friends about how great it was but I couldn't see anything for me.

I was assured that veggie options were available so I made my way there.  First impressions were that this place looked fantastic!

the adelphi kitchen exterior

All that reclaimed wood and shades of grey extended inside too, although the bathroom was my fave!

the adelphi kitchen interior decor

But all that fancy decor don't mean a thing unless the food is good, and I can tell you it is!

the adelphi kitchen food macaroni cocktail menu cheese pastry roll

We tried a variety of dishes but the main veggie ones are the Liberty Mac 'n' 3 Cheese and the delicious Cheese & Mustard Puff Pastry Roll which I preferred. Most of the desserts are veggie-friendly too, and it seems I was too busy eating them to take any photos, but the lemon meringue was my pick!

I'm so glad we were invited to The Adelphi Kitchen even just to prove me wrong, it is suitable for the vegetarians among us and with its relaxed atmosphere, attentive staff and great food I hope to be back soon.

This post was written in collaboration with The Adelphi Kitchen

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