Food & Drink

Good food & drink is a fundamental part of the experience at Ardoe House. Our chefs and catering staff pride themselves on offering freshly prepared dishes using local produce.

N.B: All menus provided are samples and subject to change.

Fine Food

Blairs Restaurant

Blairs is without a doubt one of the finest restaurants in Aberdeen making Ardoe House not just a destination for hotel guests but locals alike, our ala carte menus explore the very best of Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire produce skilfully executed by our team of chefs to ensure that your meal becomes an experience whether for a special occasion, business dinner or simply a quiet night out for two you just need to find an excuse to reserve a table.

Dinner is served Monday to Sunday: 6:30pm–9:30pm

The Drawing Room


After a wonderfully peaceful night sleep you wake up bright eyed and bushy tailed or if you are wanting a treat for light breakfast Blair’s Drawing Room is the perfect choice!

Available from: 7am–12pm

Light Bites

Enjoy a delightful light bite whether it be lunch or a mid morning or afternoon snack in the Drawing Room and take time to relax or catch up with family and friends and take in this beautiful room.

Available from: 11am–6pm

Afternoon Tea

Be prepared to be given the 4* service you deserve so sit back, relax and enjoy our delightful Afternoon Tea Menu, each decadent item is handmade under the supervision of our Head Pastry Chef, we also pride ourselves on using the highest quality local Aberdeen ingredients.

Available from 12pm–4pm

Relaxed Dining

Soapies Brasserie

A long-held secret haunt of culinary-minded locals, the team at Soapies offer a welcome as warm as the crackling fire. It’s a relaxed retreat, offering stunning brasserie-style food. They pride themselves on giving cocktail classics an Ardoe twist with concoctions involving such aromatic delights as mandarin marmalade, earl grey tea and lemongrass.

Food is served: 11am-10pm

Whisky Bar

Over 80 exquisite varieties of the quintessential Scottish drop. Take a taste tour of artisan techniques and regional distinctions. A heads up before you start: flying decanters and that lampshade made of a tray and whisky glasses?

It’s not the liquor talking!