Try Vegan Bay Baker’s Artisan Breads


Talk of the Town is Society’s roundup of some of the Northeast’s best food and drink deals, specials and hot spots on offer each week.

There’s a new bakery in downtown Aberdeen, as well as must-try cocktails and Spanish cuisine to tantalize the taste buds.

Vegan Bay Baker

Inside the new Vegan Bay Baker store in Aberdeen.

If you love delicious artisan bread and scrumptious treats, Vegan Bay Baker’s brand new Aberdeen shop is for you.

Opened on Castle Street earlier this month, the award-winning business is famous for its sourdough, but every vegan baked good here is seriously delicious.

Donuts, muffins, pastries, etc. Enjoy all kinds of quality vegan pastries here.

Cafe Ahoy

Say kudos to the £5 cocktails at Cafe Ahoy.

Who doesn’t love an extra special treat at the end of the month?

Cafe Ahoy on Aberdeen’s Beach Boulevard offers one of the best the North East has to offer every last weekend of the month.

With its £5 cocktail brunch club deal, end the month in style with favorites like mojitos and sangria all available at a bargain price.

Low’s Traditional Fish and Chips

A fish dinner at Low’s Traditional Fish and Chips.

Low’s Traditional Fish and Chips has all the chip shop classics you’ve come to expect.

With two locations open seven days a week at Berryden Road, Aberdeen and Westhill Shopping Centre, the business has won numerous awards over its three decades in business.

Homemade gourmet steak burgers are a popular alternative option, but veggies and vegans have plenty to try here too.

Dos Amigos

Spanish seafood paella.

Justice Mill Lane in Aberdeen is home to Dos Amigos, a Spanish-Mexican restaurant run by two friends who share a wealth of hospitality experience.

There is a wide range of delicacies to enjoy here. From freshly made Scottish mussels to classics like seafood paella, patatas bravas and even Spanish beers and Mexican margarita cocktails, you won’t leave here hungry.

The cult of coffee

Apart from the cult of coffee.

Recently awarded twice at this year’s Scottish Cafe Awards, it’s no surprise that The Cult of Coffee is something of a Rosemount institution in Aberdeen.

Based on Esslemont Avenue, quality coffees and cakes are always served with a welcoming smile here.

But next time you visit, keep an eye out for the venue’s macaroons and bring a piece of Paris to the northeast.

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