Fraserburgh (/ˈfreɪzərbrə/; Scots: The Broch or Faithlie; Scottish Gaelic: A' Bhruaich) is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland with a population recorded in the 2011 Census at 13,100. It lies at the far northeast corner of Aberdeenshire, about 40 miles (64 km) north of Aberdeen, and 17 miles (27 km) north of Peterhead. It is the biggest shellfish port in Scotland and one of the largest in Europe, landing over 5,450 tonnes in 2016. Fraserburgh is also a major port for white and pelagic fish.
Things to do in Fraserburgh
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Fresh fish and langoustines(prawns) delivered twice daily from our local fish markets and Fishmerchants Home made curries, all fresh chicken dishes, paninis,baked potatoes and sandwiches. Proud to support our local fishermen, merchants and traders. The Findlay family serving fine food since 1925.
As usual had the haddock and chips which was a treat.. Also treated myself so the homemade sticky toffee pudding which was to die for.. Good selection on kids menu was a difficult choice for her but she decided on the cheeseburger followed by a novelty bird shaped ice cream.. Service very good very polite.
4 based on 66 reviews
Accommodation With A Restaurant
We revisited Heath Hill on Saturday 20th January 2018. The restaurant was very busy and we expected a long wait, however once the order was taken the staff and service worked like clockwork. The timings are perfect from starter to desert. Just enough time to enjoy and let the meal shift for the next course.Very friendly atmosphere and very nice staff and owners. Look forward to seeing you again.
4 based on 34 reviews
4 based on 78 reviews
Coffee shop/ Restaurant
When at the Maitlands sale we had our breakfast in the restaurant. I had the cooked breakfast and my wife had the freshly cooked pancakes. We both enjoyed our breakfast except for the filter coffee that we both ordered. When we got the coffee it looked like weak tea and the taste didn't resemble coffee in any form. We asked if we could have tea instead, this was not a problem for the staff who apologised about the coffee.
We will definitely visit the restaurant again.
4 based on 17 reviews
Have visited the White Horse on a few occasions and have never had any negative experiences - there is something for everyone on the menu and the food always tasted nice. Something out of the ordinary is their burger challenge, which is definately worth having a go! Although not the most attractive dining room, the staff are friendly and we always have an enjoyable meal. Also handy being attached to the bar so you can pop in there for a few drinks after dinner. Look forward to returning on our next visit to Strichen.
5 based on 103 reviews
Run by mike and Jessica probably the most unique cafe in the world, good food is standard but limited ,but if you need peace and tranquillity this is it, it's not easy to find but worth the effort, eat good food and refresh your mind,
4 based on 69 reviews
We are a friendly, family aimed business who can cater for most occasions. We have 3 function suites and are licensed to host your wedding. In our Ten Pin Bowling we have an American Diner serving burgers, pizza, hotdogs etc.
It had been years since I last dined here.
We visited on mothers day, we couldn't get a table at our usual 'go to' restaurants so thought we would try the Leisure Centre for a change.
Service was efficient and the waiting staff were very quick to react upon any request. The head waiter was also very attentive, she kept a very close eye on affairs without being intrusive and upon finishing our courses, the plates were quickly cleared away.
Our table of 6 were all very happy with their starters, my father in particular was impressed with his prawn salad.
For our main, we opted for the carvery and were not disappointed. The carvery was clearly well managed and I very much liked the fact the friendly, local young gentleman (Shane, I think his name was) took ownership of the carvery, everything was clean, stocked and well organised. His pleasant, approachable manner definitely worth a mention too. Please pass my comments on to him!
The meat itself was tender and quite succulent, the large range of accompaniments were fresh and were well stocked. As was the case with our starters, we were all very happy with what we had. Was very reassuring to see home made Yorkshire puddings on the carvery too!
We all left feeling very content and happy with the entire experience, we will definitely visit the Leisure Centre again someday.
5 based on 193 reviews
Nooks & Crannies is an Award Winning Tea Room in Fraserburgh,family owned serving lovely homemade cakes,bakes,scones & light lunches.Our jams & chutneys are also homemade .We also serve lovely Traditional Afternoon teas.Great service and a warm welcome awaits.Well worth a visit.
This is the best place to go for a bite to eat or to have coffee and a delicious homemade biscuit/cake. Staff are so welcoming and professional.
4.5 based on 135 reviews
Lots to choose from on the menu from a starter, main and the fab Deserts. Food is lovely and just cooked right. I would thoroughly recommend a visit. Sorry no pics ??
4 based on 145 reviews
The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses is run by Scotland's Lighthouse Museum Limited which is a Charitable Trust and a Company Limited by Guarantee. It is dedicated to preserving the industrial and social history of Scottish Lighthouses. The Museum is an independent trust, it is supported by Aberdeenshire Council and other partner organisations.
Brilliant venue inside the museum offering views of the sea and the castle/lighthouse tower.
The soup and Sandwich offer is excellent value and very nicely prepared and served.
The staff are helpful and friendly.
Well worth breaking your museum tour with a stop in the cafe for tea!
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