Ri­days on my mind

Evening Express (City Final) - The Guide - - EATING OUT -

the whole thing a real zing, aid­ing and abet­ting the fa­jita spices. She asked if I wanted to help her out, but I had my own stack of food to take care of. The South­west Prime Choice Burger was a mon­ster ... with a juicy Aberdeen An­gus burger, piled with smoked ba­con, guac and smoked cheese. Oh, and the finest fries and gar­lic mayo. The burger was a bit too seared around the edges – bar­be­cued get­ting on for char­coaled – but it speaks vol­umes that it didn’t de­tract too much from the dish. It was del­ish. It must be said TGI Fri­day’s veers a touch to­wards the pricey side, but it is still a worth­while treat – es­pe­cially when you can watch a birth­day boy or girl be sub­jected to a restau­rant-stop­ping cake­serv­ing all-singing per­for­mance. Just for Fri­day’s? Thank­fully, no.

Hard-work­ing staff Robert Thom­son, left, Shan­ice Eas­ton, Alanah Mur­ray and Emma Wil­son.

NIGHT OUT: Craig Lind­say en­joys a meal out with sons Jack, 13, and Sean, 10.

GOOD FEED: Ma Cameron’s serves de­li­cious food.

Lit­tle Bel­mont Street, Aberdeen


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