The Bieldside Inn, affectionately known as "The Bielder" by the locals is a restaurant with a lounge bar as well as outdoor balcony (suitable for dining in warmer months). The restaurant is modern and bright, and offers a range of traditional Scottish and pub food on the menu. Since our visit, it looks like they have revamped their menu, so you can refer to their current menu here.
We had the “POSH” Pakora (£17.95) which is a great fusion dish of monkfish tails and king prawns fried in authentic pakora batter and served with yogurt dip, coriander salad and paprika dusted fries. The batter was light and crispy, this was indeed very delicious!
Since it was Sunday, they had Sunday Roast (£14.50) on offer, so we had one each of the roast beef and roast leg of Scottish lamb. For the beef, they use local Aberdeenshire supplier Donald Russell rump of Scottish beef. The Sunday roasts are served with duck fat roasted new potatoes, classic Yorkshire pudding, roasted seasonal vegetable, skirlie, broccoli and cauliflower cheese bake and homemade jus. The lamb also comes with apricot and black pudding stuffing. The portion was generous and very delicious! I enjoyed it.
Roasted leg of Scottish lamb
Roast beef with all the trimmings
For dessert, we shared a cheeseboard (£8.00) which came with a selection of Scottish and French
cheeses, pickled walnuts, baby pear, chutney and cheese biscuits. The kids shared their new-found favorite dessert - sticky toffee banana pudding (£6.50) served with caramel sauce and banana ice cream. Yummeh!
And their favorite drink over there, Appletiser.
Opening times 12pm to 12am daily. On-site parking available.
Location: The Bieldside Inn, 37 North Deeside Road, Bieldside, Aberdeen, AB15 9DB, Scotland.
T: +44 (0)1224 867891
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